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Practice Areas: Primary Care, internal medicine, pediatrics, family practice, OB/GYN and psychiatry.

Specialists: Yes; if Michigan does not receive at least 30 primary care applications, the Michigan Department Health and Human Services (MDHSS) will consider specialist applications; specialists practicing in an underserved area (HPSA and/or MUA/P) will be given priority over urban specialists.

Application Submission Window: 9/1 – 11/3, additional window in January if needed.

Notes: It is not necessary to have an employer sponsor in order to request an application packet. The applications may be requested in writing by physicians for a non-refundable fee of $100 payable to the "Michigan Health Council" along with the physician's full name, professional acronym (MD/DO), address, email, phone number, specialty and residency graduation date. Completed applications must include a $200 non-refundable processing fee and a $1200 fee that will be returned if the waiver is not recommended for sponsorship to the U.S. State Department. Michigan gives preference to physicians practicing in primary care or psychiatry in an underserved area (HPSAs and/or MUA/Ps). Flex-10 placements are considered, but are not given priority.

Contact: Brittany Brookshire
Michigan Health Council
2410 Woodlake Dr.
Okemos, MI, 48864 

Phone: (517) 284-4986

E-mail: BrookshireB1@michigan.gov

Website: http://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71551_2945_47635---,00.html

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