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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health

Chapter 507. Nursing Scholarship and Loan Repayment Program Requiring Service in a Long-Term Care FacilityRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 15
Nursing Scholarship Advisory Committee
Section 20
Eligibility for scholarships
Section 30
Conditions of scholarships
Section 40
Number of applications per student
Section 50
Amounts of scholarships
Section 60
How to apply for a scholarship
Section 70
Reporting requirements of scholarship participants
Section 80
Section 90
Eligibility for the nursing loan repayment program
Section 100
Application requirement
Section 110
Selection criteria
Section 120
Loan repayment amount
Section 130
Loans qualifying for repayment
Section 140
Release of information
Section 150
Effective date for start of service
Section 160
Repayment procedure
Section 170
Compensation during service
Section 180
Monitoring during service
Section 190
Terms of service
Section 200
Loan repayment contract
Section 210
Breach of contract for loan repayment program
Section 220
Postponement or waiver of service for loan repayment program
Section 230
Cash reimbursement and penalty for loan repayment program
Section 240
Reporting requirements of loan repayment participants
FORMS (12VAC5-507)

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