At Hudson Mohawk AHEC, we support community-based experiential training of health profession students in medically underserved communities. We do so by coordinating field placements, clinical rotations and job shadowing opportunities in rural and urban settings throughout our region.
Project ENSURE PCMH
Project ENSURE PCMH is an innovative clinical practicum experience designed by the team at Whitney M. Young, Jr. Health Center to provide opportunities for baccalaureate nursing students to learn within the Patient Centered Medical Home model. To learn more, click here.
AHEC Scholars is a program for health profession students interested in supplementing their education by gaining additional knowledge and experience in underserved settings. This is a longitudinal program with interdisciplinary curricula designed to implement a defined set of clinical, didactic, and community-based activities. To learn more, click here.
To learn more about how we can help coordinate field placements, clinical rotations and job shadowing opportunities, contact:
Hudson Mohawk AHEC
333 Glen Street, Suite 200A
Glens Falls, NY 12801
We encourage all health profession students and health professionals to consider dedicating their career to supporting persons who live in medically underserved communities. Medically underserved communities exist throughout our region and are found in both rural and urban settings. Practitioners working in these settings know firsthand the importance of their work to the people they serve.
A number of programs exist to support practitioners who choose to serve in medically underserved communities: