Welcome to Greensboro AHEC

Welcome to Greensboro AHEC

Greensboro Area Health Education Center (Greensboro AHEC) is affiliated with the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers (NC AHEC) program of the University of North Carolina School of Medicine at Chapel Hill. Our main office is located in the Northwood Building on the campus of The Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital at 200 E. Northwood St., Suite 100, in Greensboro, N.C. Greensboro AHEC is one of nine regional health education centers in the NC AHEC program and serves eight counties in the Piedmont region: Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Guilford, Montgomery, Orange, Randolph, and Rockingham.

"Greensboro AHEC offers a wealth of educational materials through both live courses and enduring webinar series. Without them, I would not have been able to amass a number of interesting courses and credit hours. "
— Suzanne Zeok, MBA, MHA, MS, CRC, LCMHCA 

Our Mission: Recruit, Train, and Retain

Greensboro AHEC was established in 1974 as part of the federally-funded Area Health Education Centers Program to provide and support educational activities and services with a focus on primary care in rural communities and those with less access to resources. Our mission is to "Recruit, Train, and Retain" the workforce needed to create a healthier North Carolina, including the eight-county Piedmont region we serve.


Our Vision:

We envision a state where every North Carolinian is healthy and supported by an appropriate and well-trained health workforce that reflects the communities it serves.


Our Values:

EXCELLENCE
We deliver quality activities and services that our customers and partners value.

DIVERSITY
We promote equity and inclusivity.

INTEGRITY
We act with fairness, transparency, and the highest level of ethics.

COLLABORATION
We value partnerships and support interprofessional approaches.

IMPROVEMENT
We continuously innovate and improve our work.

Greensboro AHEC educational programs and informational services are targeted toward:

  • improving the distribution and retention of health care providers, with a special emphasis on primary care and prevention.
  • improving the diversity and cultural competence of the healthcare workforce in all health disciplines.
  • enhancing the quality of care and improving healthcare outcomes.
  • addressing the healthcare needs of underserved communities and populations.

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To register and receive the latest information for Greensboro AHEC events, you will need to create a MyAHEC account. If you do not have a MyAHEC account, start by clicking "Create account" above or in the black bar at the top of this page. Once your account is created, click "Sign in" and input your credentials to access your MyAHEC account Dashboard, featuring the Courses and Events Catalog, your registered Courses and Events, CPD Report, and Profile information. Fill in your complete Contact Information under Profile so that we may send you information relevant to your interests. 


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More Than 45 Years of Greensboro AHEC: Celebrating Our Past and Building Our Future

In 2020, Greensboro AHEC celebrates more than 45 years of service to the people of North Carolina and our eight-county Piedmont region. In 2014, we celebrated our 40th year by producing the video at the top of this page, documenting Greensboro AHEC's dedication to supporting lifelong learning. You can click "Greensboro AHEC Timeline" in the Downloads section below to view a detailed timeline of the history of Greensboro AHEC from 1974-2014. 

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