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Center for Engaged Teaching and Learning (CETL)

Campus Compact - Healthy Futures
Site Placement Criteria

The Healthy Futures focus area directs student service in primary and preventive healthcare into medically underserved areas and populations, rural communities and among un/underinsured individuals. Through the Compact Service Corps, targeted communities will receive increased access to primary and preventive healthcare services. Nonprofit healthcare facilities located within communities with the medically underserved area or population (MUA/P) designation automatically qualify for the CSC program. Additionally, nonprofit healthcare facilities located within designated rural or frontier counties automatically qualify for the CSC program. If a nonprofit healthcare facility falls outside of a qualified county, the site itself must qualify by documenting that 50% or more of the clients/patients served by that facility are eligible for Medicare or Medicaid assistance. All nonprofit healthcare facilities in Arizona, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota qualify for the CSC program because all counties within those states are designated as either MUA/P or rural.

The Campus Compact Coordinator will work with the Member's Site Supervisor to assist Members with determining if the site meets the placement criteria.

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