HRSA works across diverse programs -- serving everyone from infants to the elderly -- to assure that people in the U.S. have access to a broad range of essential personal and public health services. With more than 3,000 grantees, HRSA supports hands-on health care, clinician training, research and more.
HRSA works to improve health care access and quality, promote best practices, and eliminate health disparities.
With contact and biographical information.
A visual representation of the reporting structure of HRSA.
Bureaus & Offices
Programs, organization chart and key staff.
Independent groups that provide advice and counsel to inform HRSA programs.
Working with HRSA
Job and contract opportunities and benefits of working for the U.S. government.
See a timeline of milestones from HRSA's beginning.
Mary K. Wakefield, PhD, RN
5600 Fishers Lane
Rockville, MD 20857
$8.4 billion in FY 2013
HRSA is an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services