To increase well-child visits and immunization rates, NC AHEC has partnered with CCNC and NC DHHS to help practices experiencing a greater number of care gaps improve these measures and raise awareness among parents.
We provide and support educational activities and services with a focus on primary care in rural communities and those with less access to resources to recruit, train, and retain the workforce needed to create a healthy North Carolina.
We are saddened by the persistent and pervasive injustices to Black and Brown people and other multicultural populations as evidenced by recent and historical acts of structural racism, violence, inequities, and power paradigms.
The NC AHEC Program is committed to helping health care professionals, providers, and communities across our state access the most up-to-date information on the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in North Carolina.
NC AHEC has partnered with the NC HIEA to deliver virtual and on-site training programs to educate providers about the features available in NC HealthConnex, the state-designated health information exchange.
NC AHEC is working to help small practices in North Carolina understand and successfully participate in the CMS Quality Payment Program (QPP) and the Merit-based Incentive Program (MIPS).
View our interactive map of our Area Health Education Centers