The future of the National Health Service Corps (NHSC), health centers, and other vital programs for medically underserved communities is at risk. We need your voice to help us protect and expand these crucial programs, especially the NHSC, which has NO guaranteed funding beyond Fiscal Year 2023. Become an advocate with the Association of Clinicians for the Underserved today and ask your friends and colleagues to join as well.
Introducing Jordan Marshall, Your ACU Advocacy Contact
Jordan Marshall, ACU’s Deputy Director of Policy and Advocacy, will be communicating with you as we spearhead grassroots advocacy to secure long-term funding for the National Health Service Corps (NHSC). This year, Jordan will prioritize securing mandatory and discretionary funding for the NHSC.
In the coming weeks, ACU will release an NHSC white paper that explores how the Corps directly supports clinicians in addressing the growing demand for healthcare services in underserved communities and how Congressional support can improve the program. Stay tuned for more, learn about Jordan below, and please contact him with any questions.
More on Jordan
Jordan attended Davidson College in 2017, where he majored in Biology with a minor in Gender & Sexuality studies. In 2022, he earned his Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in health policy and management from George Washington University and achieved his Wharton Public Policy Certificate from the University of Pennsylvania. Jordan began his career on Capitol Hill working for Senate Leader Chuck Schumer from August 2018 to February 2021. Next, he served as a legislative correspondent for Senator Tom Carper, where he covered issues related to health, education, and labor. In May 2022, Jordan became ACU’s Deputy Director of Policy and Advocacy. He advocates on behalf of the nation’s clinical and non-clinical workforce serving under-resourced communities, the organizations that employ them, and the patients they care for.
Further NHSC Resources
Read Our Introductory NHSC Program and Policy Fact Sheets
Learn more about the 50-year history and impact of the NHSC in expanding access to care for patients who need it most in our recent fact sheets: