NC AHEC is a vital institution in recruiting and training health science students and residents, developing community-based training experiences, and offering support to practicing health professionals through continuing professional development, library and information services, distance degree programs, and more.

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Through a 2015 clinical site development nursing grant from the NC AHEC Program, North Carolina Central University (NCCU) and Wake AHEC worked with Central Regional Hospital in Butner to develop a dedicated education unit (DEU). Team members included in photo above include (left to right): Frankie Ballard, PhD, RN-BC, NC Department of Health and Human Services, nurse consultant, Central Regional Hospital; Randolph F. R. Rasch, PhD, RN, FAANP, visiting professor and interim department chair, NCCU; Willie Gilchrist-Stanfield, MSN, RN, clinical instructor and clinical site coordinator, NCCU; Kathy G. Clark, MS, RN, associate director, Wake AHEC; Mary Schuler, EdD, CNE, RN, AHEC statewide nursing liaison; and Ms. Gloria T. King, clinical instructor, NCCU.