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110 ILCS 935/4.02

    (110 ILCS 935/4.02) (from Ch. 144, par. 1454.02)
    Sec. 4.02. To determine the procedures for the distribution of the funds to residency programs, including the establishment of eligibility criteria in accordance with the following guidelines:
        (a) preference for programs which are to be
established at locations which exhibit potential for extending eligible health care provider availability to Designated Shortage Areas;
        (b) preference for programs which are located away
from communities in which medical schools are located; and
        (c) preference for programs located in hospitals
having affiliation agreements with medical schools located within the State.
    In distributing such funds, the Department may also consider as secondary criteria whether a residency program has:
        (1) Adequate courses of instruction in the behavioral
        (2) Availability and systematic utilization of
opportunities for residents to gain experience through local health departments or other preventive or occupational medical facilities;
        (3) A continuing program of community-oriented
research in such areas as risk factors in community populations, immunization levels, environmental hazards, or occupational hazards;
        (4) Sufficient mechanisms for maintenance of quality
training, such as peer review, systematic progress reviews, referral system, and maintenance of adequate records; and
        (5) An appropriate course of instruction in societal,
institutional, and economic conditions affecting a rural health care practice.
(Source: P.A. 101-118, eff. 7-22-19.)