Greensboro AHEC serves healthcare professionals and students in Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Guilford, Montgomery, Orange, Randolph, and Rockingham counties, enhancing learning experiences by providing educational and informational resources to the region.
“I have been taking Greensboro AHEC’s courses for my licensures since 1999, and they are some of the best I’ve ever taken.”
“The virtual courses were well planned, interesting, applicable to my nursing practice, and informative. The speakers were educated in their field and well prepared.”
Greensboro AHEC, in affiliation with Cone Health and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine at Chapel Hill, sponsors residency programs in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry (July 2021).
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GREENSBORO — Greensboro AHEC hosted its first cohort of Kenan Primary Care Medical Scholars this summer, supporting the students through multiple service lines. Student Services Coordinator Tonya Crawford-Baldwin assisted with setting up housing, and the Library Services team supported the students through individual consultations and with a presentation from Medical Library Director Ed Donnald on the process of creating scientific posters.
The Kenan Scholars program gives students from The University of North Carolina School of Medicine the opportunity to explore the complexities of patient care in rural North Carolina, with the goal of populating underserved areas with well-trained doctors. It includes a summer immersion experience, during which students live and work in a rural community.
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