With the goal of developing a nationally-renowned program to prepare interprofessional rural health workforce, the Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) program has worked closely with the US Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) across the nation to design the AHEC Scholars program. Bringing Interprofessional, Experiential Training to Arizona LEARN MORE
FRONTERA students teamed up with SEAHEC staff this year to create on-line health resources in lieu of conducting in-person community projects. The audience for a new video series was Ventanilla de Salud and residents of Winchester Heights. Several times a year, SEAHEC hosts health professions students who come to the border region to participate LEARN MORE
Congratulations to the community of Winchester Heights on their new locally-run non-profit organization, Winchester Heights Health Organization!
The National AHEC Organization (NAO) has awarded SEAHEC with the Center of Excellence for Community Programs for our work with the Winchester Heights community in northern Cochise County. NAO recognized SEAHEC for our unique model of community development that incorporates training for health professions students into a community health worker driven model for improving LEARN MORE