​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and CHWs (Community Health Workers). 



​For every clinical experience these centers provide for our UT Medical Students, a monetary stipend is awarded, with the State of Ohio's FQHC Primary Care Workforce Initiative. Contact them Toll Free at: (888) 884-3101 



​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and CHWs (Community Health Workers). 



​For every clinical experience these centers provide for our UT Medical Students, a monetary stipend is awarded, with the State of Ohio's FQHC Primary Care Workforce Initiative. Contact them Toll Free at: (888) 884-3101 



​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and CHWs (Community Health Workers). 



​For every clinical experience these centers provide for our UT Medical Students, a monetary stipend is awarded, with the State of Ohio's FQHC Primary Care Workforce Initiative. Contact them Toll Free at: (888) 884-3101 



​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and CHWs (Community Health Workers). 



​For every clinical experience these centers provide for our UT Medical Students, a monetary stipend is awarded, with the State of Ohio's FQHC Primary Care Workforce Initiative. Contact them Toll Free at: (888) 884-3101 



​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and CHWs (Community Health Workers). 



​For every clinical experience these centers provide for our UT Medical Students, a monetary stipend is awarded, with the State of Ohio's FQHC Primary Care Workforce Initiative. Contact them Toll Free at: (888) 884-3101 



Health Careers Week is

Sept 26-30, 2017 




2016 Women in Science
S.T.E.M. Day at BGSU Firelands, Huron "The Science of Wound Closure"

November 18, 2016

Connecting Students to Careers

CampMed Photos


Connecting students to careers, professionals to communities and communities to better health

since 1981.

Sandusky Area Health Education Center

 

Public Health

Federal funding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers. 

Public Health

Federal funding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers. 

Public Health

Federal funding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers. 

Public Health

Federal funding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers. 

Public Health

Federal funding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers. 

2016-2017 SAHEC Programs​​


​​-8th Graders CampMed: 2 Day at Univ. of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, Toledo. Program is selective; rural, first-generation college and minority student factors help eligibility. February applications out to Schools; Camp is in June.


-7th & 8th Graders: Women in Science day at BGSU Firelands every November.


-11th Graders, Juniors in High School Participate in the Health Professionals to Be program. Call your high school guidance counselor for details.






​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and CHWs (Community Health Workers). 



​For every clinical experience these centers provide for our UT Medical Students, a monetary stipend is awarded, with the State of Ohio's FQHC Primary Care Workforce Initiative. Contact them Toll Free at: (888) 884-3101 


​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and 

ding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers.

Public Health

Federal funding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers. 


​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and CHWs (Community Health Workers). 



​For every clinical experience these centers provide for our UT Medical Students, a monetary stipend is awarded, with the State of Ohio's FQHC Primary Care Workforce Initiative. Contact them Toll Free at: (888) 884-3101 


Public Health

Federal funding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers. 

Public Health

Federal funding for 2012-2016 focuses on recruitment in the area of Public Health Careers. 


​Public Health

 SAHEC supports local FQHCs (Federally Qualified Health Centers) and most are begun by the local Public Health Depts. There are many careers available in this growing health care professions field, such as Epidemiology, Dentistry, General Family Practitioner, OB/Gyn, Dietician, Nursing and CHWs (Community Health Workers). 



​For every clinical experience these centers provide for our UT Medical Students, a monetary stipend is awarded, with the State of Ohio's FQHC Primary Care Workforce Initiative. Contact them Toll Free at: (888) 884-3101