With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to KEEP QUALITY PEOPLE WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED.
Community Needs for Health Professionals
Continuing Education Programs
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to TRAIN PEOPLE TO GO WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED.
Community-based Training Sites
National Health Service Corps
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to FIND PEOPLE TO FILL HEALTH CARE JOBS.
Introducing students to health careers
Promoting classroom activities
Providing scholastic resource help
Advising students on scholarship availability
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to FOSTER HEALTH BEHAVIORS.
Awareness of Healthy Behaviors
Adoption of Healthy Activities
With a priority for underserved populations, we partner with communities to MAXIMIZE LOCAL HEALTH CARE RESOURCES.
Qualitative Community Health Assessments
Community Health Worker Training
Grand Rounds are held each Friday from 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. in the Academic Amphitheater and are designated for CME credit for physicians and mid-level providers. Please click on the link, Grand Rounds, to check on scheduling and presentation information.Read More
Free CE event focused on special topics in geriatrics as part of the East Texas Geriatric Education Center Consortium program.Read More
Includes book. Call Ronda Siler at 903-381-7243 for information and registration.Read More
This 5-year collaborative partnership between the National AHEC Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is to improve national immunization rates of 11 and 12 year old males and females against the human papillomavirus (HPV). Texas AHEC East Piney Woods Regional Operation is coordinating a statewide training effort to improve clinician understanding of the vaccine.Read More
Steven R. Shelton, assistant vice president for Community Outreach at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) and Executive Director of Texas AHEC East, received the 2015...Read More
If you go to the NARHC website: www.narhc.org and go to the Resources drop down menu, you will see “Rules and Guidelines.” Follow this link and it will take you to the RHC Survey and Certification guidelines. You can scroll down the page and review the guidelines (or do a word search for ‘annual review’) If you want to view...Read More