(a) The district may spend district money, enter into agreements, or take other action
it considers appropriate to recruit physicians, nurses, and other trained medical
(1) advertising and marketing;
(2) paying travel, recruitment, and relocation expenses;
(3) providing and subsidizing office space or other facilities for a health care professional,
including a physician who agrees to render services in the district or to serve as
a district employee; and
(4) subsidizing the income of a health care professional, including a physician who
agrees to render services in the district.
(b) The district may pay the tuition or other expenses of a full-time medical, allied
health professional, or nursing student who:
(1) is enrolled in and is in good standing at an accredited school, college, or university;
(2) contractually agrees to render services to the district or become a district employee
in return for that assistance.
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