The North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program (NC AHEC) is seeking proposals to establish up to 5 rural interprofessional clinical training sites.
Though the pandemic is receding, state health officials say the shortages that came with it have worsened, resulting in longer waits for mental health care.
North Carolina AHEC is part of the NC Sentinel Network. This group of health care organizations across the state collaborate to gather timely information about what employers are facing. This information will be shared with policymakers, planners and educators to help formulate policies and solutions.
Help us respond to your health workforce needs!
The NC Center for Health Workforce is working with NC AHEC, the UNC Sheps Center and other stakeholders to take action to address North Carolina’s health workforce needs. An initial step in this process is to gather your concerns about recruitment, retention and skill needs of your workforce. We’ll use this information to work with policymakers and educators to develop responses and solutions.