Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part C HIV Early Intervention Services Program Existing Geographic Service Area, 33258-33260 [2016-12304]

Download as PDF 33258 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 101 / Wednesday, May 25, 2016 / Notices recommendations must be received by the OMB desk officer via one of the following transmissions: OMB, Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, Attention: CMS Desk Officer, Fax Number: (202) 395– 5806 or Email: OIRA_ omb.eop.gov To obtain copies of a supporting statement and any related forms for the proposed collection(s) summarized in this notice, you may make your request using one of following: 1. Access CMS’ Web site address at http://www.cms.hhs.gov/ PaperworkReductionActof1995. 2. Email your request, including your address, phone number, OMB number, and CMS document identifier, to Paperwork@cms.hhs.gov. 3. Call the Reports Clearance Office at (410) 786–1326. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Reports Clearance Office at (410) 786– 1326. 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[FR Doc. 2016–12085 Filed 5–24–16; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4120–01–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Health Resources and Services Administration Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part C HIV Early Intervention Services Program Existing Geographic Service Area Health Resources and Services Administration, HHS. ACTION: Notice of Class Deviation from Competition Requirements for Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part C HIV Early Intervention Services Program Existing Geographic Service Area (EISEGA). AGENCY: The HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) is requesting a class deviation from the competition requirements in order to provide one-year extensions with funds to 346 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part C HIV Early Intervention Services Program Existing Geographic Service Area (EISEGA) recipients. The purpose of the Part C EISEGA program is to provide HIV primary care in the outpatient setting to targeted low income, underinsured people living with HIV. HAB is finalizing an evaluation of the Part C EISEGA program and development of a new data-driven methodology. This methodology is aimed at ensuring that awards are based on a consistent approach to promote a rational and sustainable allocation of resources while ensuring responsiveness to geographic and healthcare financing considerations, indicators of need, and results along the HIV care continuum. HAB expects to recompete the entire program in fiscal year (FY) 2018. One-year extensions with funds for all 346 Part C EISEGA recipients enables HAB to finalize the evaluation and methodology development and engage recipients and relevant stakeholders with regard to this new approach prior to implementation and without disrupting the provision of critical HIV primary medical care services to the current RWHAP clients served by these recipients. Pending the availability of funds, the amount of each FY 2017 award will be based on a SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\25MYN1.SGM 25MYN1 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 101 / Wednesday, May 25, 2016 / Notices proportion of the FY 2016 Part C EISEGA award to each of the 346 recipients, respectively. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: mstockstill on DSK3G9T082PROD with NOTICES CAPT Mahyar Mofidi, DMD, Ph.D., Director, Division of Community HIV/ AIDS Programs, HIV/AIDS Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration, 5600 Fishers Lane, 09N09, Rockville, MD 20857, Phone: (301) 443–2075, Email: mmofidi@ hrsa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Period of Supplemental Funding: January 1, 2017–December 31, 2017 Intended Recipients of the Award (92): Health Services Center, Franklin Primary Health Center, Montgomery AIDS Outreach, Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Maricopa County Special Health Care District, El Rio Santa Cruz Neighborhood Health Center, Watts Healthcare Corporation, AltaMed Health Services Corporation, Tri City Health Center, West County Health Centers, Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, County of San Bernardino, Family Health Centers of San Diego, Northeast Valley Health Corporation, San Francisco Community Clinics Consortium, County of Santa Clara, North County Health, County of Orange, County of Santa Cruz, Community Medical Centers, Mendocino Community Health Clinic, Denver Hospital & Health Authority, Unity Health, Florida Department of Health Monroe County, University of Miami, Miami Beach Community Health Center, Emory University, St. Joseph Mercy Cares, Georgia Health Sciences University, Chatham County Board of Health, Ware County Board of Health, Hektoen Institute for Medical Research, Howard Brown Health Center, University of Illinois at Peoria, The Health & Hospital Corp of Marion County, University of Kansas, City of Portland, Chase Brexton Health Services, Fenway Community Health Center, Holyoke Health Center, Dimock Community Health Center, Regents of the University of Michigan, Wayne State University, Trinity Health Corporation, The Coastal Family Health Center, Kansas City Free Health Clinic, Washington University, AIDS Project of The Ozarks, University of Nebraska, Northern Nevada Hopes, Newark Community Health Centers, Inc., Rutgers, The State University Of New Jersey, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, St. Francis Medical Center, Bronx Lebanon Hospital, Albany Medical College, Research Foundation SUNY, Brooklyn Hospital Center, VerDate Sep<11>2014 20:19 May 24, 2016 Jkt 238001 Lutheran Medical Center, NYCHHC/ Cumberland Diagnostic, Erie County Medical Center, NARCO Freedom, Inc.,* North Shore University Hospital, New York University, Inc., Community Healthcare Network, Montefiore Medical Center, Care for the Homeless, East Harlem Council for Human Services, Open Door Family Medical Center, A C Center, Inc., Western North Carolina Community Health Center, Portsmouth Health Department, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, County of Multnomah, Esperanza Health Center, City of Philadelphia, Centro De Salud Familiar Dr. Julio Palmieri Ferri, Inc./San Juan Bautista Medical Center, Municipio de Bayamon, Med Centro/Consejo De Salud de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico Community Network For Clinical Research on AIDS (CONCRA), Miriam Hospital, Shelby County Health Corporation/Regional One, Parkland Dallas County Hospital District, Centro De Salud Familiar La Fe, Tarrant County, Valley AIDS Counsel, Harris County Hospital District, City of Austin, University of Utah, Frederiksted Medical Center, and Harborview Medical Center. Period of Supplemental Funding: April 1, 2017–March 31, 2018 Intended Recipients of the Award (114): AIDS Action Huntsville, Whatley Family Health Services, University of Arizona, ARcare, East Arkansas Family Health Center, Open Door Community Health Centers, County of Solano, Fresno Community Hospital and Medical Center, University of Southern California, County of Plumas, Center for AIDS Research, Education and Services, Monterey County/Natividad Medical Center, Tarzana Treatment Center, Inc., Ampla Health, County of Ventura,+ Boulder Community Hospital/Beacon Center for Infectious Disease, St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center, Inc., Pueblo Community Center, Community Health Center, Inc. +, Cornell Scott Hill Health Corporation, Community Health and Wellness of Greater Torrington, Waterbury Hospital, Generations Family Health Center, Howard University Hospital Comprehensive Clinic,+ Whitman Walker Clinic, Florida Health Department/Polk County Health Department, Okaloosa County, Florida Health Department/Duval County Health Department, Florida Health Department/Hendry County Health Department, Borinquen Health Care * NARCO Freedom, Inc. is currently in the process of transferring the grant. Recipient name will be updated upon completion of the transfer. + Recipient was approved for a one-year extension with funds in FY 2016. PO 00000 Frm 00062 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 33259 Center,+ Inc., Florida Dept. of Health— Orange County, Manatee County Rural Health Services, Inc., Specialty Care Clinic/Clarke County, North Georgia Health District/Cherokee County, Dekalb County Board of Health, Positive Health Impact Centers, Inc., Houston County Board of Health, Cobb County Board of Health, Georgia Dept. of Health-Floyd County, South Health District/Lowndes County, Waikiki Health Center, Heartland Health Outreach, Inc., Lawndale Christian Health Center, Near North Health Service Corporation, Crusaders Central Clinic Association, Matthew 25 AIDS Services, University of Kentucky, Capitol City Family Health Center, Greater Ouachita Coalition Providing AIDS Resources & Education, Inc., Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund, Maine General, Regional Medical Center at Lubec, Johns Hopkins University, MedStar Research Institute,+ Boston Healthcare for the Homeless, Brockton Neighborhood Center, Cape Cod Hospital, Lynn Community Health, Inc., University of Massachusetts, G.A. Carmichael Family Health Center, Greenwood LeFlore/GLH Magnolia, Southeast Mississippi Rural Health Initiative, University Mississippi Medical Center, Northwest Health Services, Inc.,+ Chadron Community Hospital and Health Services, University Medical Center Southern Nevada, Trustees of Dartmouth College, Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey Community Health Center, Cooper Health System, University of New Mexico, Puerto Rican Organization to Motivate Enlighten and Serve Addicts (PROMESA), New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation-Elmhurst, APICHA Community Health Center, New York Health and Hospital Center, William Ryan Community Health Center, Hudson Headwaters Health Network, St John’s Riverside Hospital, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Catawba Valley Medical Center, Tri-County Community Health Council, Robeson Health Care Corporation, Wake Forest University, Ursuline Center, Inc., Cincinnati Health Network, University of Hospitals of Cleveland, University of Toledo, Community Health Net,+ Hamilton Health Center, Inc.,+ LeHigh Valley Hospital, Inc., St. Luke’s Hospital, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Lancaster General Hospital, Kensington Hospital, Philadelphia Fight, Allegheny-Singer Research Institute, Reading Hospital, The Wright Center Medical Group, P.C., Ryder Memorial Hospital, Thundermist Health Center, Hope Health, Inc., CareSouth Carolina, Inc.,+ Sandhills E:\FR\FM\25MYN1.SGM 25MYN1 33260 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 101 / Wednesday, May 25, 2016 / Notices Force, University Medical Center Management Corporation, Louisiana State University HSC, Total Health Care, Inc., Greater Baden Medical Services, Cambridge Health Alliance, Harbor Health Services+, Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, Inc., Jordan Hospital, Inc., Family Health Center of Worcestor, Inc. +, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center Corporation, Greater New Bedford Community Health Center, Inc., Outer Cape Health Services, Inc., Detroit Period of Supplemental Funding: May Community Health Connection+, 1, 2017–April 30, 2018 Minneapolis Medical Research Intended Recipients of the Award Foundation, Aaron E. Henry (140): University of Alabama, Mobile Community Health Services Center, County Health Department, Anchorage Inc.+, Delta Regional, Yellowstone CityNeighborhood Health Center, Inc., County Health Department, Missoula Jefferson Comprehensive Care System, Inc., El Proyecto Del Barrio, Inc., Clinica County/City, Zufall Health Center, Inc., CarePoint Health Foundation Inc.+, Sierra Vista, Regents of University of Rutgers, The State University Of New California, Bartz-Altadonna Community Jersey, Neighborhood Health Services Health Center, Dignity Health DBA Corporation, Southwest C.A.R.E. Center, Saint Mary Medical Center, AIDS Whitney M. Young, Jr., Health Center, Healthcare Foundation, Charles Drew Inc., Bronx Community Health Network, University Of Medicine And Science, HELP/PSI Services Corp., Morris +, JWCH Institute, Inc., T.H.E. Clinic, Inc. Heights Health Center, Brooklyn Plaza Contra Costa County Health Services Medical Center, Inc., Community Health Dept., Shashta Community Health + Center, City & County Of San Francisco, Project, Inc., Mt. Sinai Hospital , The Institute for Family Health, Hudson Centro De Salud de La Comunidad San River Healthcare, Inc., Joseph P. Ysidro, Santa Barbara County Health Addabbo Family Health Center, Project Department, Santa Rosa Community Renewal, Inc., St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Health Centers, Venice Family Clinic, Hospital Center, Quality Home Care Optimus Health Care, Inc., South-West Services, Lincoln Community Health Community Health Center, Inc., Center, Incorporated, East Carolina Community Health Services, Inc., Fair University, Warren-Vance Community Haven Community Health Clinic, Inc., Health Center, Inc., Wake County Christiana Care Health Services, Inc., Family and Medical Counseling Service, Department of Health, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Carolina Providence Health Foundation, Family Health Centers, Inc., Care Charlotte and DeSoto County Health Alliance, AIDS Resource Center Ohio, Department, North Broward Hospital Inc., Research Institute At Nationwide District, The McGregor Clinic, Inc., Children’s Hospital, Keystone Rural University of Florida, Collier Health Services, Inc., Unconditional Love, Inc., Health Center, AIDS Care Group, Pinnacle Health Medical Services, The Jessie Trice Community Health Center, Pennsylvania State University, Greater Inc., St. Johns County Health Philadelphia Health Action, Department, Neighborhood Medical Incorporated, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Inc., Albany Area Primary Center, Drexel University College of Health Care, Inc., AID Atlanta, Columbus Department of Public Health, Medicine, UPMC Presbyterian Shadyside+, Family First Health County of Laurens, County of Hall, Corporation, Gurabo Community Health County of Clayton, Family Medicine Center Inc/NeoMed, Centro De Salud De Residency Of Idaho, Idaho State Lares, Inc., Concilio de Salud Integral University, Access Community Health De Loiza, Inc., Migrant Health Center, Network, Christian Community Health Western Region, Inc., Centro Ararat, Center, Erie Family Health Center, Inc., Roper St. Francis Foundation, Eau University of Illinois at Chicago, Open Claire Cooperative Health Center, Low Door of Greater Elgin, Southern Illinois Country Health Care System, Inc., New Healthcare Foundation, Siouxland Horizon Family Health Services, Inc., Community Health Center, Genesis Little River Medical Center, Inc., Health System, The University of Iowa, Beaufort-Jasper-Hampton Primary Health Care, Inc., University of Comprehensive Health Services, Inc., Louisville Research Foundation, Vanderbilt University Medical Center+, Heartland Cares, Inc., Our Lady of the Lake Hospital, Inc., Southwest El Centro Del Barrio, Houston Regional Louisiana AIDS Council, NO/AIDS Task HIV/AIDS Resource Group, Inc., mstockstill on DSK3G9T082PROD with NOTICES Medical Foundation, Affinity Health Care, Spartanburg Regional Health Services District, City of Sioux Falls, Chattanooga CARES, Meharry Medical College, AIDS Arms, Special Health Resources for TX, Inc., Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, CAMC Health Ed & Research, West Virginia University Research Corporation, 16th Street Community Center, and Wyoming Department of Health. VerDate Sep<11>2014 20:19 May 24, 2016 Jkt 238001 PO 00000 Frm 00063 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 Fletcher Allen Health Care, Inc., Eastern Virginia Medical School, Mary Washington Hosp./Medicorp Health System, Centra Health, Inc.+, Virginia Commonwealth University, Carilion Medical Center, INOVA Health Care Services, Country Doctor Community Clinic, Community Health Care, Yakima Valley Farmworkers Clinic, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin, and Milwaukee Health Services, Inc. Aggregate amount of Non-Competitive Awards: $186,586,879. CFDA Number: 93.918 Authority: Sections 2651–2667 of the Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C. 300ff– 51 through 67) and section 2693 of the Public Health Service Act, as amended by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009 (Pub. 111–87) Justification: One-year extensions with funds for all 346 Part C EISEGA recipients will enable HAB’s Division of Community HIV/AIDS Programs to finalize the evaluation and methodology development and engage recipients and relevant stakeholders. The new datadriven methodology is aimed at ensuring that Part C EISEGA awards are based on a consistent approach to promote a rational and sustainable allocation of resources without disrupting the provision of critical HIV primary medical care services to the current RWHAP clients served by these recipients. Dated: May 17, 2016. James Macrae, Acting Administrator. [FR Doc. 2016–12304 Filed 5–24–16; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4165–15–P DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Health Resources and Services Administration State and Regional Primary Care Associations Cooperative Program Health Resources and Services Administration, HHS. ACTION: Notice of Class Deviation from Competition Requirements for the State and Regional Primary Care Associations (PCA) Cooperative Program. AGENCY: In accordance with the Grants Policy and Administration Manual (GPAM) Part F: Chapter 2.b.34, the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) has been granted a class deviation from the requirements for competition contained in the GPAM Part F: Chapter 2.b.4 to award funds to bridge 52 PCAs SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\25MYN1.SGM 25MYN1

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Health Resources and Services Administration


Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Part C HIV Early Intervention 
Services Program Existing Geographic Service Area

AGENCY: Health Resources and Services Administration, HHS.

ACTION: Notice of Class Deviation from Competition Requirements for 
Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part C HIV Early Intervention 
Services Program Existing Geographic Service Area (EISEGA).

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SUMMARY: The HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB) is requesting a class deviation from 
the competition requirements in order to provide one-year extensions 
with funds to 346 Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) Part C HIV Early 
Intervention Services Program Existing Geographic Service Area (EISEGA) 
recipients. The purpose of the Part C EISEGA program is to provide HIV 
primary care in the outpatient setting to targeted low income, 
underinsured people living with HIV. HAB is finalizing an evaluation of 
the Part C EISEGA program and development of a new data-driven 
methodology. This methodology is aimed at ensuring that awards are 
based on a consistent approach to promote a rational and sustainable 
allocation of resources while ensuring responsiveness to geographic and 
healthcare financing considerations, indicators of need, and results 
along the HIV care continuum. HAB expects to re-compete the entire 
program in fiscal year (FY) 2018. One-year extensions with funds for 
all 346 Part C EISEGA recipients enables HAB to finalize the evaluation 
and methodology development and engage recipients and relevant 
stakeholders with regard to this new approach prior to implementation 
and without disrupting the provision of critical HIV primary medical 
care services to the current RWHAP clients served by these recipients. 
Pending the availability of funds, the amount of each FY 2017 award 
will be based on a

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proportion of the FY 2016 Part C EISEGA award to each of the 346 
recipients, respectively.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:  CAPT Mahyar Mofidi, DMD, Ph.D., 
Director, Division of Community HIV/AIDS Programs, HIV/AIDS Bureau, 
Health Resources and Services Administration, 5600 Fishers Lane, 09N09, 
Rockville, MD 20857, Phone: (301) 443-2075, Email: mmofidi@hrsa.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 

Period of Supplemental Funding: January 1, 2017-December 31, 2017

    Intended Recipients of the Award (92): Health Services Center, 
Franklin Primary Health Center, Montgomery AIDS Outreach, Alaska Native 
Tribal Health Consortium, Maricopa County Special Health Care District, 
El Rio Santa Cruz Neighborhood Health Center, Watts Healthcare 
Corporation, AltaMed Health Services Corporation, Tri City Health 
Center, West County Health Centers, Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian 
Community Services Center, County of San Bernardino, Family Health 
Centers of San Diego, Northeast Valley Health Corporation, San 
Francisco Community Clinics Consortium, County of Santa Clara, North 
County Health, County of Orange, County of Santa Cruz, Community 
Medical Centers, Mendocino Community Health Clinic, Denver Hospital & 
Health Authority, Unity Health, Florida Department of Health Monroe 
County, University of Miami, Miami Beach Community Health Center, Emory 
University, St. Joseph Mercy Cares, Georgia Health Sciences University, 
Chatham County Board of Health, Ware County Board of Health, Hektoen 
Institute for Medical Research, Howard Brown Health Center, University 
of Illinois at Peoria, The Health & Hospital Corp of Marion County, 
University of Kansas, City of Portland, Chase Brexton Health Services, 
Fenway Community Health Center, Holyoke Health Center, Dimock Community 
Health Center, Regents of the University of Michigan, Wayne State 
University, Trinity Health Corporation, The Coastal Family Health 
Center, Kansas City Free Health Clinic, Washington University, AIDS 
Project of The Ozarks, University of Nebraska, Northern Nevada Hopes, 
Newark Community Health Centers, Inc., Rutgers, The State University Of 
New Jersey, St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, St. Francis 
Medical Center, Bronx Lebanon Hospital, Albany Medical College, 
Research Foundation SUNY, Brooklyn Hospital Center, Lutheran Medical 
Center, NYCHHC/Cumberland Diagnostic, Erie County Medical Center, NARCO 
Freedom, Inc.,* North Shore University Hospital, New York University, 
Inc., Community Healthcare Network, Montefiore Medical Center, Care for 
the Homeless, East Harlem Council for Human Services, Open Door Family 
Medical Center, A C Center, Inc., Western North Carolina Community 
Health Center, Portsmouth Health Department, University of Oklahoma, 
Oklahoma State University, County of Multnomah, Esperanza Health 
Center, City of Philadelphia, Centro De Salud Familiar Dr. Julio 
Palmieri Ferri, Inc./San Juan Bautista Medical Center, Municipio de 
Bayamon, Med Centro/Consejo De Salud de Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico 
Community Network For Clinical Research on AIDS (CONCRA), Miriam 
Hospital, Shelby County Health Corporation/Regional One, Parkland 
Dallas County Hospital District, Centro De Salud Familiar La Fe, 
Tarrant County, Valley AIDS Counsel, Harris County Hospital District, 
City of Austin, University of Utah, Frederiksted Medical Center, and 
Harborview Medical Center.
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    * NARCO Freedom, Inc. is currently in the process of 
transferring the grant. Recipient name will be updated upon 
completion of the transfer.
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Period of Supplemental Funding: April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018

    Intended Recipients of the Award (114): AIDS Action Huntsville, 
Whatley Family Health Services, University of Arizona, ARcare, East 
Arkansas Family Health Center, Open Door Community Health Centers, 
County of Solano, Fresno Community Hospital and Medical Center, 
University of Southern California, County of Plumas, Center for AIDS 
Research, Education and Services, Monterey County/Natividad Medical 
Center, Tarzana Treatment Center, Inc., Ampla Health, County of 
Ventura,\+\ Boulder Community Hospital/Beacon Center for Infectious 
Disease, St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center, Inc., Pueblo Community 
Center, Community Health Center, Inc. \+\, Cornell Scott Hill Health 
Corporation, Community Health and Wellness of Greater Torrington, 
Waterbury Hospital, Generations Family Health Center, Howard University 
Hospital Comprehensive Clinic,\+\ Whitman Walker Clinic, Florida Health 
Department/Polk County Health Department, Okaloosa County, Florida 
Health Department/Duval County Health Department, Florida Health 
Department/Hendry County Health Department, Borinquen Health Care 
Center,\+\ Inc., Florida Dept. of Health--Orange County, Manatee County 
Rural Health Services, Inc., Specialty Care Clinic/Clarke County, North 
Georgia Health District/Cherokee County, Dekalb County Board of Health, 
Positive Health Impact Centers, Inc., Houston County Board of Health, 
Cobb County Board of Health, Georgia Dept. of Health-Floyd County, 
South Health District/Lowndes County, Waikiki Health Center, Heartland 
Health Outreach, Inc., Lawndale Christian Health Center, Near North 
Health Service Corporation, Crusaders Central Clinic Association, 
Matthew 25 AIDS Services, University of Kentucky, Capitol City Family 
Health Center, Greater Ouachita Coalition Providing AIDS Resources & 
Education, Inc., Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund, Maine 
General, Regional Medical Center at Lubec, Johns Hopkins University, 
MedStar Research Institute,\+\ Boston Healthcare for the Homeless, 
Brockton Neighborhood Center, Cape Cod Hospital, Lynn Community Health, 
Inc., University of Massachusetts, G.A. Carmichael Family Health 
Center, Greenwood LeFlore/GLH Magnolia, Southeast Mississippi Rural 
Health Initiative, University Mississippi Medical Center, Northwest 
Health Services, Inc.,\+\ Chadron Community Hospital and Health 
Services, University Medical Center Southern Nevada, Trustees of 
Dartmouth College, Visiting Nurse Association of Central Jersey 
Community Health Center, Cooper Health System, University of New 
Mexico, Puerto Rican Organization to Motivate Enlighten and Serve 
Addicts (PROMESA), New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation-
Elmhurst, APICHA Community Health Center, New York Health and Hospital 
Center, William Ryan Community Health Center, Hudson Headwaters Health 
Network, St John's Riverside Hospital, University of North Carolina at 
Chapel Hill, Catawba Valley Medical Center, Tri-County Community Health 
Council, Robeson Health Care Corporation, Wake Forest University, 
Ursuline Center, Inc., Cincinnati Health Network, University of 
Hospitals of Cleveland, University of Toledo, Community Health Net,\+\ 
Hamilton Health Center, Inc.,\+\ LeHigh Valley Hospital, Inc., St. 
Luke's Hospital, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Lancaster General 
Hospital, Kensington Hospital, Philadelphia Fight, Allegheny-Singer 
Research Institute, Reading Hospital, The Wright Center Medical Group, 
P.C., Ryder Memorial Hospital, Thundermist Health Center, Hope Health, 
Inc., CareSouth Carolina, Inc.,\+\ Sandhills

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Medical Foundation, Affinity Health Care, Spartanburg Regional Health 
Services District, City of Sioux Falls, Chattanooga CARES, Meharry 
Medical College, AIDS Arms, Special Health Resources for TX, Inc., 
Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia, CAMC Health Ed & 
Research, West Virginia University Research Corporation, 16th Street 
Community Center, and Wyoming Department of Health.
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    \+\ Recipient was approved for a one-year extension with funds 
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Period of Supplemental Funding: May 1, 2017-April 30, 2018

    Intended Recipients of the Award (140): University of Alabama, 
Mobile County Health Department, Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center, 
Inc., Jefferson Comprehensive Care System, Inc., El Proyecto Del 
Barrio, Inc., Clinica Sierra Vista, Regents of University of 
California, Bartz-Altadonna Community Health Center, Dignity Health DBA 
Saint Mary Medical Center, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Charles Drew 
University Of Medicine And Science, JWCH Institute, Inc., T.H.E. 
Clinic, Inc.\+\, Contra Costa County Health Services Dept., Shashta 
Community Health Center, City & County Of San Francisco, Centro De 
Salud de La Comunidad San Ysidro, Santa Barbara County Health 
Department, Santa Rosa Community Health Centers, Venice Family Clinic, 
Optimus Health Care, Inc., South-West Community Health Center, Inc., 
Community Health Services, Inc., Fair Haven Community Health Clinic, 
Inc., Christiana Care Health Services, Inc., Family and Medical 
Counseling Service, Providence Health Foundation, Charlotte and DeSoto 
County Health Department, North Broward Hospital District, The McGregor 
Clinic, Inc., University of Florida, Collier Health Services, Inc., 
Unconditional Love, Inc., Jessie Trice Community Health Center, Inc., 
St. Johns County Health Department, Neighborhood Medical Center, Inc., 
Albany Area Primary Health Care, Inc., AID Atlanta, Columbus Department 
of Public Health, County of Laurens, County of Hall, County of Clayton, 
Family Medicine Residency Of Idaho, Idaho State University, Access 
Community Health Network, Christian Community Health Center, Erie 
Family Health Center, University of Illinois at Chicago, Open Door of 
Greater Elgin, Southern Illinois Healthcare Foundation, Siouxland 
Community Health Center, Genesis Health System, The University of Iowa, 
Primary Health Care, Inc., University of Louisville Research 
Foundation, Heartland Cares, Inc., Our Lady of the Lake Hospital, Inc., 
Southwest Louisiana AIDS Council, NO/AIDS Task Force, University 
Medical Center Management Corporation, Louisiana State University HSC, 
Total Health Care, Inc., Greater Baden Medical Services, Cambridge 
Health Alliance, Harbor Health Services\+\, Greater Lawrence Family 
Health Center, Inc., Jordan Hospital, Inc., Family Health Center of 
Worcestor, Inc. \+\, East Boston Neighborhood Health Center 
Corporation, Greater New Bedford Community Health Center, Inc., Outer 
Cape Health Services, Inc., Detroit Community Health Connection\+\, 
Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation, Aaron E. Henry Community 
Health Services Center, Inc.\+\, Delta Regional, Yellowstone City-
County Health Department, Missoula County/City, Zufall Health Center, 
Inc., CarePoint Health Foundation Inc.\+\, Rutgers, The State 
University Of New Jersey, Neighborhood Health Services Corporation, 
Southwest C.A.R.E. Center, Whitney M. Young, Jr., Health Center, Inc., 
Bronx Community Health Network, HELP/PSI Services Corp., Morris Heights 
Health Center, Brooklyn Plaza Medical Center, Inc., Community Health 
Project, Inc., Mt. Sinai Hospital\+\, The Institute for Family Health, 
Hudson River Healthcare, Inc., Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center, 
Project Renewal, Inc., St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, Quality 
Home Care Services, Lincoln Community Health Center, Incorporated, East 
Carolina University, Warren-Vance Community Health Center, Inc., Wake 
County Department of Health, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, 
Carolina Family Health Centers, Inc., Care Alliance, AIDS Resource 
Center Ohio, Inc., Research Institute At Nationwide Children's 
Hospital, Keystone Rural Health Center, AIDS Care Group, Pinnacle 
Health Medical Services, The Pennsylvania State University, Greater 
Philadelphia Health Action, Incorporated, Albert Einstein Medical 
Center, Drexel University College of Medicine, UPMC Presbyterian 
Shadyside\+\, Family First Health Corporation, Gurabo Community Health 
Center Inc/NeoMed, Centro De Salud De Lares, Inc., Concilio de Salud 
Integral De Loiza, Inc., Migrant Health Center, Western Region, Inc., 
Centro Ararat, Inc., Roper St. Francis Foundation, Eau Claire 
Cooperative Health Center, Low Country Health Care System, Inc., New 
Horizon Family Health Services, Inc., Little River Medical Center, 
Inc., Beaufort-Jasper-Hampton Comprehensive Health Services, Inc., 
Vanderbilt University Medical Center\+\, El Centro Del Barrio, Houston 
Regional HIV/AIDS Resource Group, Inc., Fletcher Allen Health Care, 
Inc., Eastern Virginia Medical School, Mary Washington Hosp./Medicorp 
Health System, Centra Health, Inc.\+\, Virginia Commonwealth 
University, Carilion Medical Center, INOVA Health Care Services, 
Country Doctor Community Clinic, Community Health Care, Yakima Valley 
Farmworkers Clinic, University Of Wisconsin-Madison, AIDS Resource 
Center of Wisconsin, and Milwaukee Health Services, Inc.
    Aggregate amount of Non-Competitive Awards: $186,586,879.

    CFDA Number: 93.918


    Authority: Sections 2651-2667 of the Public Health Service Act 
(42 U.S.C. 300ff-51 through 67) and section 2693 of the Public 
Health Service Act, as amended by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment 
Extension Act of 2009 (Pub. 111-87)

    Justification: One-year extensions with funds for all 346 Part C 
EISEGA recipients will enable HAB's Division of Community HIV/AIDS 
Programs to finalize the evaluation and methodology development and 
engage recipients and relevant stakeholders. The new data-driven 
methodology is aimed at ensuring that Part C EISEGA awards are based on 
a consistent approach to promote a rational and sustainable allocation 
of resources without disrupting the provision of critical HIV primary 
medical care services to the current RWHAP clients served by these 
recipients.

    Dated: May 17, 2016.
James Macrae,
Acting Administrator.
[FR Doc. 2016-12304 Filed 5-24-16; 8:45 am]
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