Active NURSE Corps Loan Repayment Sites – 2017

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The NURSE Corps Loan Repayment Program is a program that supports registered nurses, advanced practice registered nurses and nurse faculty by paying up to 85%  of their student dept. Check out this heat density map which shows the number of active NURSE Corps Loan Repayment sites as of 2017. Nurses that work at these sites are eligible to have some of their student loans forgiven. From the map we can see some highly concentrated areas in the Northeastern states.

Source: Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Data Warehouse. Accessed on 10/11/2017 https://datawarehouse.hrsa.gov/tools/DataPortalResults.aspx

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Active Rural Status NURSE Corps Loan Repayment Sites – 2017

NURSE Corps Loan Repayment Rural Health Facility Locations

The NURSE Corps Loan Repayment Program is a program that supports registered nurses, advanced practice registered nurses and nurse faculty by paying up to 85% of their student dept. Check out this heat density map which shows the number of active rural status NURSE Corps Loan Repayment sites as of 2017. The map shows locations in rural communities and nurses that work at these sites are eligible to have some of their student loans forgiven.

Source: Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Data Warehouse. Accessed on 10/11/2017 https://datawarehouse.hrsa.gov/tools/DataPortalResults.aspx

By Julia Watson

Rural Status Health Facility Sites – National Loan Repayment Sites 2017

National Loan Repayment Rural Health Facility LocationsA National Health Service Corps (NHSC) Site is an approved health care facility that provides healthcare to populations residing in Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs). Check out this heat density map which shows the number of NHSC rural health facility sites. Healthcare providers who work at these sites are eligible to have some of their student loans forgiven. From the map we can see highly concentrated areas in Southern, Northeastern and some Midwestern states.

Source: Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
Data Warehouse. Accessed on 10/11/2017 https://datawarehouse.hrsa.gov/tools/DataPortalResults.aspx

National Community Mapping Institute
Health Disparities Research Center of Excellence
Meharry Medical College

By Julia Watson

Tribal Health Facility Sites – Total National Loan Repayment Sites 2017

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Check out this heat density map which shows the total number of tribal health facility sites health providers can work at to have some of their student loans forgiven. From the map we can see highly concentrated areas in states such as, Oklahoma, California, and Washington.

 

By Julia Watson

Age-Adjusted Breast Cancer Mortality Among White Women By County ( 2013-2015)

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Check out this map that shows the age-adjusted  mortality rate of breast cancer among non Hispanic white women by county for the years 2013 to 2015 per 100,000 population.

By Julia Watson

Percent Of Breast Cancer Medicare Beneficiaries By County (2013)

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Interesting map that shows the percentage of breast cancer medicare beneficiaries by county for the year 2013. From the map we can see some states have a large portion of counties with a high percentage of medicare fee-for-service beneficiaries who have breast cancer, such as Florida and some states along the east cost indicated by the darker shading. In contrast, we can see many western states  have counties shaded yellow/yellow orange indicating a low percentage of medicare beneficiaries with breast cancer.

By Julia Watson

Number of Homes Built Between 1950 and 1979 By County 2000

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Check out this map that shows the number of homes built between 1950 and 1979 by county for year 2000. From the map we can see there were many new homes built in counties within the eastern states, such as New York, New Jersey, Road Island, Main  indicated by the darker shading.  There were also many new homes built in counties within some western states, such as California and Arizona. We can see states such as North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana and Kansas had fewer new homes built within the 29 year period indicated by the yellow/yellowish shading. This makes sense because when compared to the previous map of homes built prior to 1950 for the year of 2000 we see these states had a higher percentage of older homes.

By Julia Watson