Oklahoma Physician/Community Match Program
Janie Thompson, Program Coordinator
The Physician/Community Match Program offers financial assistance in the form of forgivable loans to primary care physicians who agree to practice in underserved or rural communities in Oklahoma, particularly communities with a population below 10,000.
The community must agree to a 1:1 funding match for a qualified primary care physician to establish a practice.
- Not currently practicing in a rural Oklahoma community and desires to practice in an Oklahoma community that is participating in the match program
- Graduated from an accredited medical or osteopathic college and successfully completed a postdoctoral program in primary care or a primary care specialty as approved by the Physician Manpower Training Commission (PMTC)
- Has not previously received funding through PMTC scholarship programs
- Has no other assistance which has a conflicting service obligation requirement
- Specialties other than primary care may be approved by PMTC if a valid need exists in a matching community
A minimum of two years of practice in the matching community for each $20,000 and a minimum of three years for each $40,000 received (50% state funds and 50% community funds). The loan is forgiven after completion of the practice obligation.
A link to the application is available on the program website.
Completed applications should be mailed to:
Physician Manpower Training Commission
5500 North Western Avenue, Suite 201
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118
For complete information about funding programs, including your application status, please contact funders directly. Summaries are provided for your convenience only. RHIhub does not take part in application processes or monitor application status.