What is Mid-MO AHEC?
Mid-MO AHEC (Mid-Missouri Area Health Education Center) is part of a federal, state and local network dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities by transforming healthcare through education that serves a 23-county area in central Missouri.
Where is Mid-MO AHEC located?
Our office is located at 1110 West 11th Street in Rolla in the two-story house directly behind Phelps County Regional Medical Center (PCRMC).
What can Mid-MO AHEC do for clinical students?
Mid-MO AHEC coordinates clinical rotations, didactic training and, for those who qualify, housing. Also, students will receive access to the MAHEC digital library.
What is the didactics program at PCRMC?
The Mid-MO AHEC
didactics program at PCRMC consists of lectures, workshops and online
training. A few events are streamed live every week. We
coordinate approximately 30 hours of content every month during the academic
year. Topics include clinical skills (e.g., EKG and radiology
interpretation), communication, cultural competency, social determinates
of health and interprofessional education. Full details can be found here:
How do I get my clinical rotation scheduled?
Contact Dulce Alford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if I have to travel for my rotation?
Contact Franz Kindel or Dulce Alford about availability of nearby housing sites.
What paperwork do I need?
- MAHEC clinical student registration form
- Background check
- Letter of good standing
- Drug screen
- Liability insurance
- HIPAA training
- All nurse practitioners need to fill out an NP application
- Additional paperwork varies by site
*Check with your school to see what documents they provide.