Maryland

Temi Oshiyoye
Tel: 410-767-4467
Email

From mountains, to the bay, to the Atlantic Ocean, Maryland boasts a vast assortment of outdoor activities, unique attractions, and historical landmarks. Maryland is home to leading academic and medical facilities that offer professional resources, connections and networking.

Workforce Development?

Overview

To improve accessibility and quality of care by implementing program to increase in health care providers across the state especially in rural areas of the State, areas considered to have health professional shortage and/or medically underserved areas/ population.

What does this program do?

  • Ensure adequate health workforce especially in the most high need areas
  • Market and Administer Workforce Programs (J-1 Visa, State Loan Repayment Program, National Health Service Corps, Preceptor Tax Credit?) to expand access in underserved communities
  • Utilize data and local community engagement to understand workforce needs

Programs


Specialties Sought

Please contact Maryland hospitals/health centers directly to discuss opportunities listed on 3RNet. Each job description has a contact name and phone number.

Primary Care & Specialties

J1 Contact Information

Temi Oshiyoye, MPH
DHMH/ Office of Primary Care Access
201 W. Preston St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 410-767-4467
Temi.Oshiyoye@Maryland.gov

Temi Oshiyoye
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
201 W. Preston St
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone: 410-767-4467
temi.oshiyoye@maryland.gov

Additional Contacts

Sadé Diggs
sade.diggs@maryland.gov

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