Colorado Health Service Corps hourly requirements

 
Direct clinical care
A medically necessary or preventive medical, dental, mental health or behavioral health visit. The visit must be a face-to-face/one-on-one encounter or group encounter, in the case of substance use disorder treatment, between the patient and clinician during which time one or more services are rendered.
 
Every contracted participant must engage in the clinical practice of the eligible discipline for which he or she was awarded, at the approved site, for the duration of the service obligation.
 
Full-time service obligation
All participants must work at least 40 hours per week, year round. A minimum of 32 hours per week must be spent in direct face-to-face patient care at the approved practice site(s). Clinicians who regularly perform pregnancy related care or behavioral health care may provide up to 11 of 32 clinical contact hours in a non-approved site.
 
Part-time service obligation
All participants must work at least 20 hours per week, year round. A minimum of 16 hours per week must be spent in direct face-to-face patient care at the approved practice site(s). Clinicians who regularly perform pregnancy related care or behavioral health care may provide up to five of 16 clinical contact hours in a non-approved site.