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Friends of MI-AHEC Dinner

Friends of MI-AHEC Dinner

MI-AHEC hosted its first "Friends of MI-AHEC" Annual Dinner on June 5, 2015 at the Wharton Center in East Lansing, MI. Read More

Michigan AHEC is on a Mission

Michigan AHEC is on a Mission

Michigan AHEC is focused on improving the health of our state's citizens and economy by recruiting, training, and retaining the next generation of health professionals. Read More

Recruitment: Exposing Students to Health Care Careers

Recruitment: Exposing Students to Health Care Careers

We provide and promote programs aimed at encouraging students to pursue careers in the growing health care industry. Read More

Rotations: Encouraging Students to Serve in Shortage Areas

Rotations: Encouraging Students to Serve in Shortage Areas

We collaborate with colleges and universities, health agencies, and medical centers to place health services students in medically underserved areas. Read More

Retention: Enhancing the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities of Our Health Professionals

Retention: Enhancing the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities of Our Health Professionals

We partner with professional associations and universities to make sure health care professionals have access to tools, training, support, and other resources they need to continue providing quality care. Read More

Valerie M. Parisi Scholarship Winner Angel de la Torre speaks at the Friends of MI-AHEC Dinner

Welcome to AHEC

The Michigan Area Health Education Center (MI-AHEC) was established in 2010 to improve access to primary care for all Michigan residents, many of whom live in areas that have too few health professionals. Through recruitment and retention initiatives, as well as special clinical education programs, MI-AHEC seeks to expose disadvantaged students to health care opportunities, expand the number of underrepresented minorities in the health professions, and encourage students and health professionals to work in areas that need greater access to primary care providers. The national AHEC program was created by Congress in 1971.

 

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Pharmacy and Health Sciences Monthly Information Meeting
October 6 2015 at 6:00 PM
259 Mack Ave., Detroit, MI
Monthly Information Meetings are designed to answer questions about the educational opportunities available in the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Degree Programs reviewed at the Information meeting include: Anatomic Pathologists’ Assistant Clinical Laboratory Science Forensics Investigation Mortuary Science/Funeral Directors Program Occupational Therapy Pharmacy Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Studies Radiation Therapy Technology Radiologic Technology You should plan on attending a meeting if you: Want to know more about admissions requirements and prerequisites to each program Like working with people Enjoy the sciences Like a challenging work environment Want to help people Want to schedule an appointment with a counselor Monthly Meetings begin promptly at 6:00pm the first Tuesday of every month in the lower level of the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Auditorium.   The meeting has a structured format. Please arrive by 6:00pm, to avoid missing important information. Parking is available in Parking Structure 7 for $7.00 directly west of the building. Enter on Brady Street side (North)  of the building. The Mack Avenue (South) entrance is always LOCKED.  PLEASE NOTE: The BUILDING  locks at 6:30pm and you will not be able to enter the building after that time.  
2015 Global Health Symposium: Sustainable Solutions to Improve the Health and Lives of the Underserved at Home and Abroad
October 16 2015 at 8:00 AM
Henry Ford Hospital
This is the second annual Global Health Symposium organized by Henry Ford Health System, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine/Beaumont Health System, Southeast Michigan Center for Medical Education, and Wayne State University School of Medicine. The Damon J. Keith Center for Civil Rights at Wayne Law is among the sponsors of the event. This year’s symposium will focus on best practices for improving health for underserved populations through sustainable programs, interventions and innovations. Prominent international, national and local experts will share their knowledge and experiences with symposium participants. The event is aimed at law and medicine researchers, students, faculty, medical professionals and administrators. Wayne Law Professor Peter Hammer, director of the Keith Center is among the members of the symposium host committee. All who plan to attend must register by Friday, Oct. 9. There is no registration fee for students, medical residents and fellows. The registration fee is $100 for others. The fee includes all course materials, continental breakfast, lunch, breaks, and reception Detailed schedule and registration form  
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Mid-Central Regional Center

CMU College of Medicine | 2520 S. University Park Drive, Building D | Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859

Phone: (989) 774-7105  |  Fax: (989) 774-7658

midcentralahec@cmich.edu | Visit Website

Southeast Regional Center

Greater Detroit Area Health Council  |  407 E. Fort Street, Suite 600  |  Detroit, MI 48226

Phone: (313) 963-4990 ext. 267  |  Fax: (313) 965-2031

serchahec@gdahc.org  |  Visit Website

Northern Lower Regional Center

MidMichgan Community Health Services | 9249 West Lake City Rd. | Houghton Lake, MI 48629

Phone: (989) 422-2124 | Fax: (989) 422-6838

diane.nielsen@midmichigan.org/chs 

 

Upper Peninsula Regional Center

Northern Michigan University | School of Health & Human Performance | 1401 Presque Isle Ave. 

Marquette, MI 49855 | Phone: (906) 227-1628 | Fax: (906) 227-2181

uprcahec@nmu.eduView Website

Western Regional Center

Western Michigan University  |  200 Ionia Avenue, SW  |  Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Phone: (616) 771-9487  |  Fax: (616) 771-4200

chhs-ahec@wmich.edu | Vist Website