Student Services & Preceptors

Student Services & Preceptors

Greensboro AHEC works closely with the following schools and programs:

  • University of North Carolina School of Medicine at Chapel Hill, Nurse Practitioner Program, Pharm D Program
  • Duke University School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program, Nurse Practitioner Program
  • Wake Forest University, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program
  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Geriatric Nurse Practitioner Program
  • East Carolina University School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program, Nurse Practitioner

Greensboro AHEC's Office of Regional Primary Care Education (ORPCE) serves as a liaison between community practices and the health science schools. We support the preceptors and assist the students and schools by:

  • ensuring community preceptors teach the students they want at convenient times.
  • providing faculty development opportunities to community preceptors to help sharpen their skills as teachers and preceptors.
  • facilitating the faculty appointment process.
  • providing local health statistics and other resource information.
  • providing students with housing and local community information.
  • recruiting community practices as teaching sites.
  • recruiting local primary care practitioners as preceptors.

If you are interested in becoming a preceptor or want more information, contact ORPCE Coordinator Tonya Crawford-Baldwin, MA, at 336.832.8566 or tonya.crawford@conehealth.com.

Resources for Preceptors

For a list of 2020-21 Approved ORPCE Courses, click the associated file in the "Downloads" section below.

Additional resources for preceptors are available through the NC AHEC Digital Library.

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