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What are NHSC sites?

What are NHSC sites?

The following site types are eligible to become NHSC-approved:

  • State Prison.
  • Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Certified Rural Health Clinics.
  • Critical Access Hospitals (CAH)
  • Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC)
  • State or Local Health Departments.
  • Community Outpatient Facilities.
  • Private Practices (Solo or Group)

How much is the NHSC stipend?

During the 2021-2022 school year, NHSC scholars will receive a monthly stipend (currently estimated at $1,434 before federal taxes) to assist with living expenses.

What is an example of Medicaid?

Some of these are hospital services, nursing facility services, vaccines for children, lab and X-ray services, ambulances and prenatal care. States may, at their option, offer additional coverage, such as for prescriptions, eyeglasses and physical therapy.

How to qualify for Medicaid in NC guide?

To meet the NC Medicaid eligibility qualifications, you must satisfy the state’s income requirements, resource requirements and more. A DSS caseworker will calculate your household’s total income and resources to determine your Medicaid income eligibility and the amount of benefits your household will receive, if accepted into the program.

What are the requirements to apply for Medicaid?

In order to meet the basic eligibility requirements for Medicaid assistance, you must satisfy one of the following criteria: You require long-term care. You are receiving Medicare. You are a low-income individual or family. You are younger than 21 years of age. You are blind or disabled (doctor evaluation required).

How much does Medicaid cost in North Carolina?

North Carolina Health Choice – Working families that earn more than the income requirements for Medicaid are served by this program. Annual premiums range from $50 to $100, and the health insurance covers patients ages 6 to 19.

Can a married couple apply for Medicaid in North Carolina?

To be very clear, when one spouse of a married couple applies for Regular Medicaid, the non-applicant spouse is not entitled to an income allowance from his/her applicant spouse. *Unlike many states that change their income limits the beginning of each year, the income limits in North Carolina are updated annually in April.

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