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Clinical Clerkships

Below is a description of clinical opportunities for a variety of health professions students.


Meharry Medical College Senior Family Medicine

Title: AHEC/Senior Family Medicine Rotation

Description: This rotation is designed for Meharry students to gain community-based clinical experiences in urban and rural underserved communities of Tennessee with a focus on primary care.

Eligibility/Application Information: Meharry students must have taken and passed Junior Family Medicine and the subject board. Meharry students should apply through the Department of Family & Community Medicine.

Website or Application Link: Register in Student Academic Affairs and bring application to the Family Medicine Department. Click here for course assignment page.

Contact: Christina Haygood, chaygood@mmc.edu


Tennessee Primary Care Association CHEERS

Title: Community Health Educational Experiences for Residents and Students (CHEERS)

Description: Student gain a unique primary care training experience working with patients in underserved urban and rural areas in Tennessee. 

Eligibility/Application Information: Applications are accepted online year-round.

Website or Application Link: CHEERS Information and Application

Contact: Raymond Mitchell, raymond@tnpca.org


Tennessee Primary Care Association - AHEC Rotation

Title: TPCA-AHEC Clinical Rotation

Description: The TPCA-AHEC clinical rotation will allow students to gain exposure and hone skills necessary for practicing in a rural or urban Health Professions Shortage Area in Tennessee.

Eligibility/Application Information: We accept applications during the months of September and October. Placements will begin in November and go through March of the following year.

Website or Application Link: TPCA-AHEC Rotation Application

Contact: Raymond Mitchell, raymond@tnpca.org


Cherokee Health Systems Primary Care Integration Rotation

Title: Primary Care Integration Clinical Rotation

Description: Current health professions students are provided an interdisciplinary/interprofessional training opportunity in a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). Students will sharpen their clinical skills and gain exposure in the integration of behavioral health into a community-based, primary care setting.

Eligibility/Application Information: Applicants must apply 2 months prior to their anticipated start date.

Website or Application Link: www.cherokeehealth.com

Contact: Dr. Bill Berez, bill.berez@cherokeehealth.com


 

 
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