What is an AHEC Preceptor?
An AHEC preceptor is a health professional, who in conjunction with an AHEC program, serves as a clinical faculty member for one or more health professions academic programs. By training students at community–based rural and underserved urban areas, AHECs seek to expose these students to the needs, challenges and practice opportunities that exist in medically underserved areas.
Why should you become an AHEC Preceptor?
If you are a health professional working in a medically underserved area in conjunction with AHEC, we invite you to serve as a clinical faculty member or preceptor for one or more health professions academic programs. By doing so, you are entitled to the following Preceptor Benefit Package, provided you accept two or more students per year.
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Ready to Become an AHEC Preceptor?
Contact: Victor Rodriguez Cruz, BS
Coordinator of Clinical Training and Enrichment
(813) 929-1000 x 209
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