CLINICAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Health care workers often return to practice where they trained, and students learn from experience that it’s rewarding to work in underserved areas. That’s why AHEC connects young people, students and practicing professionals to training opportunities with minority and disadvantaged populations, in rural areas such as the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Elizabeth Elliott, MD
“For my next step in my career path, I will be exploring what it means to be an out-patient, office based physician in a private practice in Easton, MD. And yes, my contact with AHEC will continue. This new office has had AHEC students in the past, and will again with my arrival.”
Helping a Generation
Training workshops emphasize the value of an interdisciplinary team approach to the assessment and treatment of older adults. Students participate in one or two-day workshops at selected facilities on the Eastern Shore.
The Eastern Shore AHEC maintains two apartments for use by students who are doing their Rural Rotation on the Eastern Shore. Each apartment is fully furnished, professionally cleaned bed linens, towels, bedspreads and kitchen towels are supplied. Pots and pans, coffee pot, vacuum cleaner, laundry detergent, soap and cleaners are on hand. Basically, all the student needs to bring are personal items and his/her own food. Each apartment is professionally cleaned before another student moves in.
This townhouse has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms and can accommodate up to six students.
This townhouse has 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 bathrooms and can accommodate 5 students. Students can commute to Salisbury and Ocean City.