- Office of the Administrator
- Bureau of Health Workforce
- Bureau of Primary Health Care
- Federal Office of Rural Health Policy
- Health Systems Bureau
- HIV/AIDS Bureau
- Maternal & Child Health Bureau
- Provider Relief Bureau
- Office for the Advancement of Telehealth
- Office of Civil Rights, Diversity, and Inclusion
Deputy Associate Administrator
Division of Policy and Shortage Designation
Division of Business Operations
Division of External Affairs
National Center for Health Workforce Analysis
Division of Medicine and Dentistry
CAPT Paul Jung
Division of Nursing and Public Health
Division of Practitioner Data Bank
Division of Participant Support and Compliance
CDR Antoine Smith
Division of Health Careers and Financial Support
Division of National Health Service Corps
Division of Regional Operations
Did you know?
- The U.S. faces shortages of primary care physicians, dentists, nurses, public health and other health professionals.
- The Nation's health care workforce does not currently reflect the diversity of the population that it serves.
- The aging of the population is a significant trend that requires retooling the health workforce to deal with geriatric issues.
- More than 10,900 National Health Service Corps clinicians are providing health care to more than 11.4 million people across the nation and nearly 1,300 NHSC scholars are preparing to practice in underserved areas.
- Approximately 1,800 Nurse Corps nurses are providing care where they are needed most and an additional 400 Nurse Corps scholarship recipients will begin their service once they complete their training.
BHW at a glance
Key staff directory
- Office of Communications
- Office of Federal Assistance Management
- Office of Health Equity
- Office of Intergovernmental and External Affairs
- Office of Legislation
- Office of Operations
- Office of Planning, Analysis and Evaluation
- Office of Special Health Initiatives
- Office of Women's Health
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Staff