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California Health Facilities Financing Authority

About CHFFA

Program Areas

The California Health Facilities Financing Authority (CHFFA) was established to be the State's vehicle for providing financial assistance to public and non-profit health care providers through loans, grants and tax-exempt bonds.  To this end, CHFFA administers the following programs:

CHFFA also provides direct loans to small and rural health facilities through the following programs:

Additionally, CHFFA administers four grant programs:

Fast Facts

Bond Financing Program

Bonds Issued in 2013: $1,553,575,000

Total Bonds Issued: $30,707,597,121

Children’s Hospital Program of 2004

Grants Awarded in 2013: $4,161,082

Total Grants Awarded: $686,971,878

Children’s Hospital Program of 2008

Grants Awarded in 2013: $61,588,264

Total Grants Awarded: $667,872,440

Tax-Exempt Equipment Financing Program

Notes Issued in 2013: $0

Total Notes Issued: $159,349,896

HELP II Loan Program

Loans Issued in 2013: $6,593,310

Facilities Financed: 10

Total Loans Issued: $92,906,392

Total Facilities Financed: 168