Professionals to Communities
Community-based education is taking place in a growing number of mid-Missouri hospitals, clinics, and health departments.
Come to mid-Missouri to participate in clinical rotations lasting from two weeks to two years in length.
- Allopathic and Osteopathic Medical Students
- Nursing Students
- Physician Assistant Students
- Health-related professions students
Mid-Missouri AHEC provides
- training with preceptors in rural and underserved areas for hands-on clinical rotation opportunities
- students with real-world experience while getting a taste of life in rural Missouri
- communities the chance to build relationships with the students and recruit these future health care providers back to practice locally.
- access to off-campus housing,
- online computer workstations
- educational didactics opportunities at your local training site.
Medical students, residents, nursing, nurse practitioner and physician assistant students develop their skills by
- performing physical examinations
- taking patient histories
- conducting patient assessments
- formulating patient management plans
- providing health education service
- participate in hospital rounds
- assist in surgeries
- deliver babies
Allied health students
- complete clinical training rotations and
- develop patient-provider skills in mid-Missouri hospitals and clinics