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Capital Funding

Finding funding for capital projects is a major concern for many rural healthcare facilities. Capital funding is defined as funding used to expand or renovate a building, purchase major equipment or construct a new facility for a rural health provider. In searching for funding for capital projects, it is very important that facilities consider and use a variety of potential sources, including public grants and loan programs, as well as private sources such as foundations and donations from local residents.

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Office of Rural Health Policy, 301.443.0835

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