Student Clinical Rotations

NOTE: Clinical Rotation placements are closed for the SC AHEC. No new placements will be make at this time through the fall of 2017. If you have made arrangements for your own clinical rotation, we may be able to provide a travel sholarship referenced below. Contact teresan@alaskapca.org to inquire about your eligibility.goal 2

Does AHEC help pay for clinical rotations or tuition?

For some traveling clinical rotations students, limited financial support is available for housing and transportation to the clinical site. Our funding is aimed at supporting students who are most likely to provide primary care or related services in rural, underserved locations after graduation.

Based on the availability of funding, SCAHEC has available up to $600 in travel assistance for individual students on rotations three weeks or less in duration, $800 in travel assistance for individual students on rotations more than three weeks in duration.   

SCAHEC works closely with the Fourth year Medical Student Sub-Internship Opportunities with the Alaska Family Medicine Residency Program in Anchorage.

For Medical Students: Sub-Intern rotations through the Alaska Family Medicine Residency for academic year 2016-2017 are filled. Any students submitting application for current academic year will be on the waiting list.  The Alaska Family Medicine Residency is now accepting applications for Sub-Intern rotations for 2017-2018 academic year. Last day to submit in applications for 2017-2018 sub-intern rotation is February 28, 2017. All applicants will be notified onMarch 10, 2017 if offered a rotation or not.

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Alaska family medicine residency 4th year sub-internship

The Alaska Family Medicine Residency (AFMR) offers a 4 weeks long rotation to students who are interested in Family Medicine as a future career as well as plans to apply for Residency with the AFMR.  Students interested in this rotation must be from a medical program located in the US and is LCME accredited.  Preferably students with ties to Alaska, but not required. If you have a passion for Family Medicine and want to work in rural communities, we encourage you to apply. Please submit your application (click on button above) to By Thao at by.thao@providence.org with a subject line heading: Application for Sub-Internship (Student name).

Links

http://www.providence.org/alaska
http://anchorage.net/
http://www.alaska.gov/