The Montana Office of Rural Health & AHEC aim to enhance access to quality healthcare, particularly primary and preventative care, by improving the supply and distribution of healthcare professional through community/academic educational partnerships. Our partnerships have created programs and committees to support Montana communities and the state's healthcare workforce. 

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AHEC Scholars

A nationwide certificate program for health professional students who are interested in enhancing their interprofessional skills in rural and undeserved settings.

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Mobile Health Training Program

The Mobile Health Training Program offers MSU BSN students unique learning and training opportunities in rural health and primary care.

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Rural Ready Nurse Practitioner 

The Rural Ready NP program supports and trains MSU DNP students who are committed to serving communities in rural Montana.

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Behavioral Health Workforce Education & Training 

BHWET-East funds and trains select behavioral health professions students in the Eastern part of Montana for the final year of their training program.

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Regional Initiatives in Dental Education

Developing dentists who will make a personal commitment to serving the needs of rural and underserved. 

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WWAMI Medical School

Montana's Medical School - a cooperative program with the University of Washington School of Medicine

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Interprofessional Education

Improving the experience for patients and the overall health of communities by preparing future  health care providers o collaborate effectively to deliver high qualilty team-based services.

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K-12 Programming

 

Growing Our Own: Learn about our strategy to increase the healthcare workforce in Montana by expanding the pathways for tomorrow's healthcare professionals.

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Simulation Activites

 

Expanding simulation opportunities for healthcare students and professionals across the state.