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Government loan repayment hospitals

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by spionkop1892 spionkop1892 (Member)

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Hi I just graduated with my BSN:balloons: , and unfortunately I have $85,000 in student loans:angryfire ..So I was wondering if anyone had the website to apply for the hospitals most in need of nurses and the government repays a certain amount of lloan money for years signed on to the hospital..Thanks everyone

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i would like this information as well.

hi i just graduated with my bsn:balloons: , and unfortunately i have $85,000 in student loans:angryfire ..so i was wondering if anyone had the website to apply for the hospitals most in need of nurses and the government repays a certain amount of lloan money for years signed on to the hospital..thanks everyone

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Lisa CCU RN is a RN and specializes in Geriatrics, Cardiac, ICU.

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HRSA. google it.

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The HRSA route seems like pretty slim pickens'. I've heard of hospitals who will help pay back student loans on hire. I don't know if there's a "list" of these but maybe we all can contribute and generate some info.

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mom4josh has 11 years experience and specializes in onc, M/S, hospice, nursing informatics.

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http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/nursing/loanrepay.htm

I think this may be what you're looking for. Knew some nurses while I was in school who moved to Alaska and had 30K paid in student loans. There are hospitals all over the country, but it was never very clear to me which ones.

Good luck.

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Euskadi1946 specializes in Medical/Surgical/Maternal and Child.

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I understand the United States Public Health Servicea/Indian Health Services Hospitals and Clinics are great places to work and work off your student loans.

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VinoLover2030 specializes in lots of specialties.

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try your board of regents. I know OHIO has one for nurses that work X amount of years....its 20% of your loan per year

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