The program is full for the 2017
year cycle. We begin accepting applications again on September 1, 2017
for the 2018 year cycle.
The Texas Conrad 30 J-1
Visa Waiver Program Policy Manual contains a program overview and information
on Federal Statutes, State Statues, Texas Department of State Health Services
Rules and the Department of State Applicant Check-list.
Reading and understanding both the Policy Manual and Responsibilities and Rights are a requirement for all
employers and physicians.
For a listing of
federally designated HPSAs and/or MUAs please click on the links below:
Another option for
primary care physicians in Texas is the Department of Health and
Human Services J-1 Waiver Program.
do I find a J-1 visa waiver job in Texas?
- The first thing to keep in mind when
looking for a qualified job opportunity is the Health Professional Shortage
Area (HPSA) and Medically Underserved Area (MUA) designation status.
- Not all HPSA’s meet the requirements for the
Texas Conrad 30 program.
- Contact our office to
find out the eligibility status of specific HPSAs.
- Look for regions of the state that would
suit your preference for climate, access to schools, recreation, etc.
- Once you have some idea which regions
interest you and which counties are available, use trade publications,
recruiters, and/or the "AHA Guide to the Health Care Field" published
by the American Hospital Association to help locate opportunities in your