National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Alumni are essential to the continued success of the Corps in connecting dedicated primary care providers to the communities that need them. As former program participants who have experienced first-hand just how important the work we do is, we encourage you to remain involved with the Corps and continue to make extraordinary contributions to communities with limited access to care.
Over the last 40 years, more than 40,000 providers have participated in the program and been on the front lines for key public health events and significant changes to the health care system that affected and may continue to affect the way they practice medicine. Learn more
Why Participate in the NHSC Alumni Network?
Members of the NHSC Alumni Network will benefit from:
- A community of dedicated professionals with whom Alumni can network and share resources
- Professional development through continuing education (CE)
- Opportunities to participate in NHSC events
Ways to Stay Involved
- Sign up to receive information and updates from the NHSC.
- Volunteer to help mentor current members, plan local alumni events, or participate in other outreach opportunities.
- Help spread the word about the NHSC to prospective members and sites.
- Stay connected with your fellow colleagues by visiting our Facebook page.
- Become an NHSC Ambassador.
- Share the story of your Corps experience.
Use the listserv only for the following types of communications:
- Sharing professionally relevant medical articles and news
- Reaching out to my colleagues to ask advice or share best practices on workplace and professional issue
- Discussing relevant NHSC issues (new policies, events, or initiatives)
Do not use the listserv to send the following types of communications, and understand that doing so will result in suspension or termination of my privileges:
- Making fundraising appeals
- Espousing political views in support of or in opposition to a political figure, candidate, or legislative matter
- Sharing inappropriate, offensive, or obscene content
- Forwarding chain messages
- Sharing any individual’s personal identifying information (PII) or violating patient confidentiality as described by HIPPA regulations
Please be respectful of your fellow subscribers and be mindful of the file size of any items you may send.