FY 2021-2022 Cohort 4 Application Cycle opens January 24, 2022 through February 25, 2022
Applicants who submit their applications during the early review period, no later than 5pm (PST) February 4, 2021 at , will receive feedback regarding any inconsistencies with the option to revise and resubmit their application.
Welcome to the CalHealthCares online application. Eligible physicians may apply for a loan repayment up to $300,000 in exchange for a five (5) year service obligation. Eligible dentists may apply for either a loan repayment up to $300,000 in exchange for a five (5) year service obligation or a Practice Support Grant up to $300,000 in exchange for a ten (10) year service obligation. All awardees are required to maintain an individual direct patient caseload of 30 percent or more Medi-Cal beneficiaries and within 10 percent of your proposed Medi-Cal patient caseload within this application.
Before you apply, please read the Application Instructions, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and other documents listed on the CalHealthCares website. The Application Instructions and FAQs contain answers to commonly asked questions, information about important deadlines, as well as instructions for completing the application. Please also consider attending a webinar to receive additional information about the program – more information on the webinars is available at CalHealthCares.org.
The deadline to submit an application for our FY 2021-2022 Cohort 4 Application Cycle is February 4, 2022 at 11:59PM (PST). You may save the application and continue to complete the online application throughout the open application period. You are not able to make changes to the application once you have submitted the application so please ensure that the information contained within the application is complete prior to submitting it. If there are remaining funds after all applications submitted on time are reviewed and awarded, late applications may be considered.
Funding for this program was made possible by Proposition 56, Senate Bill 849 (Chapter 47, Statutes of 2018) and the May Revise of the FY 2019-20 budget.
Note to all applicants: inconsistencies on the Employment Verification Form (EVF), lender statements and/or the application can result in a reduction in award amount, reduction in scores and/or applicant found not eligible. Additionally, each section of the application is scored independently. Please view the scoring matrix for more information on how applications are scored. Furthermore, applicants must use the correct track of the application. Applicants who use the incorrect track (ex: physician residents using the physician track instead of the physician residents or physician fellows track) will be disqualified.