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* Press Release 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001
*Oct. 14, 2004Secretary Thompson Announces Program to Extend Medical Malpractice Coverage to Free Clinic Volunteers
*Oct. 14, 2004HHS Awards $49 Million to Extend Health Care to More Low-Income, Uninsured Americans

Oct. 07, 2004HRSA Announces National Health Service Corps Awards of Excellence

Oct. 07, 2004HRSA's Douglas Wins Public Service Award
*Oct. 01, 2004HHS Announces $3.2 Million in HCAP Demonstration Grants
*Sep. 20, 2004HHS Awards 91 Grants Worth $11 Million to Expand and Improve Health Center Services

Sep. 07, 2004New National Survey Finds One in Eight U.S. Children Has Special Health Care Needs

Sep. 03, 2004HRSA Announces $36.8 Million in HCAP Grants

Sep. 02, 2004HRSA's Sandvold Is Honored by Nurse-Midwives

Sep. 01, 2004HRSA Awards $1.1 Million to Improve Services for Traumatic Brain Injury

Sep. 01, 2004HRSA Awards AAP $600,000 to Support Pediatric Research and Promote Breastfeeding

Sep. 01, 2004Data Are Expected Soon From New National Survey on Children's Health
*Aug. 25, 2004HHS Awards $4.8 Million to Expand Community-Based HIV/AIDS Care
*Aug. 24, 2004HHS Awards $24.1 Million to Help Women, Children and Families Obtain HIV/AIDS Care and Services
*Aug. 24, 2004Outstanding HIV/AIDS Health Care Providers Honored During HRSA Conference
*Aug. 23, 2004HRSA Report Finds Federal HIV/AIDS Programs Slow Spread of Disease, Help People Live Longer, Healthier Lives

Aug. 12, 2004HRSA Researchers Examine Common Physical Symptoms Among Teenage Girls in JAMA Article
*Aug. 02, 2004HHS Awards More Than $19 Million to Expand Health Center Services, Strengthen America's Health Care Safety Net
*Jul. 30, 2004HHS Awards $1.25 Million to Improve Health Care in Remote Alaska Communities
*Jul. 30, 2004HHS Awards $8.1 Million to Help Children With Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
*Jul. 22, 2004HHS Awards $15.5 Million to Expand, Strengthen Nursing Workforce
*Jul. 21, 2004HHS Secretary Thompson Announces Awards Worth $2 Million to Expand Use of Electronic Health Information
*Jul. 20, 2004HHS Announces Initiative to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Infant Deaths

Jul. 12, 2004Four New Members Are Appointed to Rural Health and Human Services Advisory Committee; Annual Report Available
*Jul. 12, 2004HRSA Awards $31 Million in New Grants to Support Abstinence Education

Jun. 25, 2004HRSA Awards $46 Million to Support Health Professions Education for Disadvantaged Students
*Jun. 25, 2004HHS Awards $23 Million to Help Communities Provide Early HIV/AIDS Care
*Jun. 18, 2004HRSA Awards $2.2 Million to Provide Medical Homes for Children With Special Health Needs
*Jun. 17, 2004HHS Honors 15 Organ Donor Organizations
*Jun. 15, 2004HRSA Awards $2 Million to Strengthen State Primary Care Associations, Expand Health Centers

Jun. 01, 2004Schools Are Chosen to Test New Cultural Competence, Ethnogeriatric Curricula
*May 24, 2004HHS Awards $498 Million to States to Improve Hospitals' Response to Bioterror and Other Disasters

May 21, 2004HRSA Awards $3.1 Million for Graduate Psychology Education

May 14, 2004New Members Are Named to Primary Care Advisory Committee
*Apr. 30, 2004HHS Awards $7.5 Million to Help 15 Communities Extend Health Care Services to Low-Income and Uninsured Americans
*Apr. 23, 2004HRSA Awards $2.4 Million in New Grants to Improve Emergency Medical Care for Children
*Apr. 20, 2004HHS Launches Organ Donation Education Program for High School Students

Apr. 20, 2004Secretary Thompson Names New Migrant Council Members
*Apr. 19, 2004HRSA Awards More Than $3.1 Million to Improve Health Care in Rural Communities

Apr. 14, 2004Secretary Thompson Names New NACNEP Members

Apr. 02, 2004Docs Expect to Treat More Elderly, Minorities by 2020

Apr. 02, 2004HRSA Report Sees Future Shortage in Long-Term Health Care Aides
*Apr. 01, 2004HHS Awards More Than $1 Billion to States to Help Provide Care, Services and Prescription Drugs for People With HIV/AIDS
*Mar. 26, 2004Statement by HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson Regarding Senate Passage of the Organ Donation and Recovery Improvement Act

Mar. 12, 2004HRSA Data Banks Win Top 'E-Gov' Award
*Mar. 01, 2004HHS Launches Campaign to Prevent Youth Bullying
*Mar. 01, 2004HHS Awards $595 Million for AIDS Care in Major Urban Areas

Feb. 04, 2004HHS Establishes New Advisory Committee on Heritable Disorders and Genetic Diseases in Newborns and Children

Feb. 04, 2004President Bush Approves $7.2 Billion Budget for HRSA in FY 2004

Feb. 03, 2004President Bush's Fiscal Year 2005 Budget Proposal for HRSA

Jan. 06, 2004HRSA Research Finds U.S. Teens Most Likely to Be Overweight, Immigrant Teens Face Social Problems