Educating Arizona’s Health Professions Workforce
The Arizona AHEC Program is comprised of five strategically located regional centers and an administering home central office based at The University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. Each regional center collaborates with the University of Arizona Health Science Center Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Public Health, healthcare agencies, K-12 and other postsecondary institutions, and community organizations to coordinate and support activities that target workforce development to meet the needs of Arizona´s medically underserved rural and urban populations.
Arizona AHEC Annual Report 2012
Program Office November 2012
This report highlights the accomplishments of the Arizona AHEC program during the past year and provides snapshots of how our academic-community partnerships enhance health professions workforce development and improves access to Arizona's rural and urban underserved residents.
The Arizona Workforce Study Trend Analysis 2007-2010
Program Office June 2012
The Arizona Workforce Study Trend Analysis was produced by the Arizona Rural Health Office (RHO), The University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health and funded by the Arizona Area Health Education Centers Program (AzAHEC). This report studies workforce distribution trends from 2007 to 2010 and offers conclusions and recommendations that might impact AzAHEC and the State of Arizona strategic approaches.