Who We Are

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) provides equitable health care to the nation’s highest-need communities. Our programs support people with low incomes, people with HIV, pregnant people, children, parents, rural communities, transplant patients, and the health workforce.

This includes:

  • More than 30.5 million people in underserved communities.
  • More than 58 million pregnant people, infants, and children.
  • More than 560,000 people with HIV.
  • More than 1,900 rural counties and municipalities across the country.
  • Nearly 22,000 health care providers through loan repayment and scholarship programs.

Annual Health Observances

Program Areas

Provides quality primary and preventive care to millions of patients — regardless of their ability to pay.

Strengthens the health workforce and connects skilled providers to communities in need.

Supports health care providers in the U.S. to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus. 

Advises the HHS Secretary and increases the access to high quality health care in rural communities through innovative programs.

Provides crucial HIV care, treatment, and support services to more than half a million people with diagnosed HIV.

Improves access to quality health care services through the use of telehealth.