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Maine

Practice Areas: does not distinguish between primary and specialist care.

Specialists: Yes; all applications are considered, but only 10/30 spots can be specialists who can practice out of the Heath and Human Services designated health shortage areas.

Application Review: Rolling Review based on applications received 10/1 until full

Notes: A waiver request to the Maine Department of Health and Human Services must come from a health care facility in Maine on behalf of a J-1 physician (not directly from a J-1 physician). Applications can take up to 30 days to review; any applications received after all 30 slots are filled will be returned and can be processed in the next cycle (starting 10/1). Maine does use flex-10 positions.

Contacts: Matthew Chandler & Joan Mank
Office of Rural Health and Primary Care Program
J-1 Visa Waiver Review
Department of Health and Human Services
41 Anthony Avenue
#11 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0011 
Phone: 287-207-5524 
Phone: 207-287-5524

E-mail: Matthew.Chandler@maine.gov 
E-mail: Joan.Mank@maine.gov

Website: http://www.maine.gov/dhhs/dlrs/rhpc/j1.shtml

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