Grant Distribution Reports

The Minnesota Department of Health released $57.1 million from the MERC grant program to sponsoring institutions in April 2015. Statute allows the sponsoring institutions 60 days to forward funding to the eligible 2012 clinical training facilities included in the MERC grant application.

Funding for the MERC program comes from two sources: (1) Minnesota´s cigarette tax (tobacco funding), which includes federal Medicaid matching funds; and (2) Prepaid Medical Assistance Program carve out (PMAP funding).

For more background on the formulas used, review the 2014 Minnesota Statutes section 62J.692.

Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Clinical Training, FY2015 Funding

Grant by Sponsoring Institution (PDF: 38KB/2 pages)

Grant by Clinical Training Facility (summary) (PDF: 200KB/21 pages)

Grant by Clinical Training Facility (detail) (PDF: 1.45MB/705 pages)

For historical MERC grant distribution reports, see Previous MERC Grant Distributions page.

Useful hint on reports: To search by clinical training facility, Press CTRL F. To avoid abbreviation issues, enter only a portion of the facility name. Example St.________ may be listed as Saint or St. or ST. Search only the second portion of the name (where the underline is).


Updated Monday, April 20, 2015 at 03:26PM