Lending Criteria & Application Information
Capital Fund prioritizes loans for health center projects that respond to current pressing health care needs including providing new access points in areas that are medically underserved; expanding capacity or adding services in communities that are currently served by health centers but for which there is a demonstrated need; replacing/repairing outdated, inadequate existing facilities and equipping existing and new facilities with state-of-the-art medical, dental, and HIT equipment. Priority will be given to those health centers that utilize Capital Link’s technical assistance services.
Please contact Capital Fund to discuss your project prior to submitting application information. To apply for a loan, Capital Fund generally requires a Business Plan describing:
- Your health center and community it serves
- The proposed project and its impact on the community
- The Project Budget and Sources and Uses of Funds
- 3 years of audited financial statements, UDS reports and current YTD financials
- 5-7 years of financial projections, together with assumptions used to develop the projections
See Capital Link’s Creating a Business Plan for a Community Health Center Capital Project: A “How-To” Manual for guidance on developing a business plan for your project. Capital Link is also available to assist you with business planning and other aspects of your capital development process. Please see resources available at Capital Link’s website or contact Jonathan Chapman, Capital Link’s Director of Community Health Center Advisory Services at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance.