About

MAHEC

Growing and supporting Missouri’s health care workforce

Our Efforts

Creating Academic-Community Partnerships

Promoting health careers to Missouri youth

Identifying and supporting potential health professionals

Partnering with state agencies and other organizations to promote overall improvement in community health status

Providing educational resources to increase the retention of practitioners

Promoting high-quality training of health professions students

Creating Academic-Community Partnerships

Promoting health careers to Missouri youth

Identifying and supporting potential health professionals

Promoting high-quality training of health professions students

Providing educational resources too increase the retention of practitioners

Partnering with state agencies and other organizations to promote overall improvement in community health status

Three program offices and seven centers working together to meet the MAHEC mission.

MAHEC History

1988

Missouri Rural AHEC Program Office funded at Kirkville College of Osteopathic Medicine and Northeast Missouri AHEC

1991

Southeastern Missouri AHEC Established

1994

Mid-Missouri AHEC and University of Missouri (MU) AHEC Program Office Established

1996

Northwest Missouri AHEC and Southwest Missouri AHEC Established

2000

West Central Missouri AHEC Established

2001

Saint Louis University AHEC Program Office and East Central Missouri AHEC Established

Today

 

National AHEC System Partnerships

Affiliated Nursing and Health Schools

Affiliated Medical Schools

Centers Operating Across the country

AHEC Programs

FY19 Participants

Pipeline Participants

Health Career Participants

Clinical Rotations

Get In Touch

Location: 800 W. Jefferson Street
Kirksville, MO 63501

Telephone: 660-626-2887

Hours: M-F: 9am – 5pm