USF AHEC Centers
"We have many providers–with the values and commitment to work in underserved communities–providing the kind of comprehensive primary care that makes a difference in the lives of people in rural and inner-city areas."
USF AHEC offers valuable programs and services to retain our health professionals in medically underserved communities. We support you by providing effective and convenient resources such as:
- Continuing education programs
- Professional development
- Library services
- Technical services, including loan of computer system for eligible preceptors and their students, computer and Internet training, Internet connection, e-mail access and more
You provide vital services to our medically needy, and we support your needs in order to retain you in the communities who need you most. Learn more about our resources.
Preceptor Program & Services
The USF AHEC Program and its centers coordinate clinical training opportunities at community-based sites for health professions students. The AHEC sites bring health disparities to life for students, who see first-hand the needs of uninsured and underinsured patients. The key component to a successful rotation for our students is a willing, committed and inspiring preceptor.
We have many providers – with the values and commitment to work in underserved communities – providing the kind of comprehensive primary care that makes a difference in the lives of people in rural and inner-city areas. Our hope is that our preceptors will make an impact and influence our health professions students to carry that enthusiasm with them once they graduate, and practice as doctors, nurses, dentists and public health professionals in the areas where they are most needed.
For more information about becoming a preceptor, in:
- Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties, visit Gulfcoast North AHEC
- Charlotte, Desoto, Manatee and Sarasota counties, visit Gulfcoast South AHEC