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Jody Haines, Director, North Central Montana AHEC

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  • *Our partner, the Effective Health Care Program at the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), provides clear, unbiased information for patients about different treatment options for common health conditions. Click here to download these free resources to help you compare the benefits and risks of different treatments and prepare to talk to your health care provider about the best option for you.

Upcoming Events

  • We are now accepting applications for our Rural, Clinical Rotations program, for the 2014 Fall semester.  Curious to see if you are eligible? Click here for more information.
  • Registration for the MHA Health Summit (March 16th - March 18th, 2016) is open. For more information and to register, go to: www.mtha.org.

 

North Central Montana AHEC

The North Central Montana Area Health Education Center (AHEC) is a HRSA grant funded program, serving eleven counties in the north central region of Montana.  There are four AHEC regions in the state, with the main office for the north central region being located in Great Falls.  In affiliation with Montana Hospital Association, the mission is "to improve the supply and distribution of health care professionals, with an emphasis on primary care, through community / academic / educational partnerships, to increase access to quality health care."

The overall purpose of the regional centers is to connect health professions education to rural and underserved communities.  Programs developed at every center will focus on three major objectives and activities:

  1. Encourage youth from underserved areas/populations to pursue health careers
  2. Encourage health professionals to select employment in rural/underserved areas
  3. Provide CE/CME to health professionals employed in rural/underserved areas

 

 


 

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"Connecting students to healthcare careers, professionals to communities, and communities to better health."

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