Wisconsin Primary Care Program - Provider Recruitment and Retention

A number of federal and state student loan repayment and scholarship programs are designed to recruit and retain health professionals in areas that have shortages of providers. These programs include:

Provider Recruitment and Retention Resources

Successful recruitment and retention of providers helps to improve and stabilize quality of care for a community. From an organizational perspective, successful recruitment and retention of providers helps an organization avoid costs related to finding a new provider and the subsequent disruption of service delivery. The resources below provide information on developing a successful retention plan.

Wisconsin Provider Recruitment and Retention Webinar Series
The webinars topics include: recruitment, calculating retention costs, development of a retention plan, and provider integration and onboarding.

Wisconsin Resources for Provider Recruitment and Retention (PDF, 195 KB)

Comparison of Scholarship and Loan Repayment Programs

2013 Primary Care Loan Repayment Recruitment Resources for Health Professional Shortage Areas in Wisconsin (PDF, 195 KB)

2013 Dental Loan Repayment Recruitment Resources for Health Professional Shortage Areas in Wisconsin (PDF, 72 KB)

2013 Mental Health Loan Repayment Recruitment Resources for Health Professional Shortage Areas in Wisconsin (PDF, 73 KB)

Last Revised: December 2, 2016