Connecting students to careers, professionals to communities, and communities to better health.
The Northern NH Area Health Education Center aims to:
Ensure rural challenges and solutions are included in workforce development policy both in New Hampshire and nationally.
Ensure an adequately trained workforce exists in rural New Hampshire by providing continuing medical education and other training programs for all levels of North Country health care providers and to expand opportunities for North Country young people to learn about pursue careers in the health professions.
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About the Northern NH Area Health Education Center:
The Northern New Hampshire Area Health Education Center (NNH AHEC) was established in April 1999 as a program of the North Country Health Consortium. The center office is located in Littleton, NH and serves health and human service organizations and educational institutions in Coos, Carroll, and Grafton and Belknap counties.
Northern NH AHEC serves health and human service organizations as well as educational institutions with the following programs and services:
Medical database for members;
Continuing education for health professionals including satellite programs;
Support for health profession students in community-based sites and community-based preceptors;
Health careers development resources for area schools;
Health professions education initiatives focused on improving quality of health care for the region;
Ensures a rural focus for statewide health professions workforce development
NNH AHEC is one of two federally designated AHEC centers in New Hampshire which are affiliated with the New Hampshire AHEC program at The Dartmouth Institute.