Ricky Lira
“My experience in SEAHEC was a great one. I had an amazing time learning about different professions in the medical field. I had the privilege of being the president of this club for my 2014-2015 senior year. Now that I am graduating, I will continue my education at the University of Arizona and pursue a career as a pharmaceutical scientist. I want to thank SEAHEC for supporting me throughout my high school years. I will conclude this by saying my senior quote. “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.”

Ricardo Lira, Jr. President, Nogales FHL Club 2014-2015

Ricardo also received a Gates Millennium Scholarship, and the Principal Merit Excellence Award along with many other scholarships and awards.

Dulce Rodriguez “I have been a proud member of SEAHEC for four consecutive years. Being in SEAHEC has made me develop skills that will help me achieve my goal of becoming a doctor. I … Continue reading

Thank You for Celebrating with Us

Thank you, friends, partners, students, and supporters for helping us celebrate 30 years of success in “growing our own” healthcare workforce, on April 7th 2015. We hope you enjoyed the celebration as much as we did.

SEAHEC would like to extend a special thanks to those who made financial contributions to our mission  on Arizona Gives Day:

  • Cassalyn David
  • Suzanne David
  • Jean Emrick
  • Htay Hla


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Dr. Maudlin, Preceptor, and Erin Sol, SEAHEC
The Southeast Arizona Area Health Education Center recently celebrated its 30th anniversary with a party at its Target Range Road office, behind Carondelet Holy Cross Hospital.

The event featured border tacos and the music of Nogales High School’s Mariachi Apache.

“Staff, board members, friends and colleagues joined in the celebration of our small non-profit and our contribution to making Nogales, Santa Cruz County and Southern Arizona a happier and healthier place to live,” the organization said.

SEAHEC was founded in Nogales as a nonprofit in 1985 to address the challenges in training and retaining health providers in rural areas. It currently … Continue reading