The staff and doctors are polite and efficient, friendly and professional.  I highly recommend - without hesitation.

Helen B.
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ADVANCED HEALTHCARE.
ADVANCING HEALTHCARE EDUCATION.

Southern Regional Area Health Education Center’s (SR-AHEC) role in advancing health care education and health care access is unique and multi-faceted. Helping the medical professional provide high quality care to patients drives everything we do.

By offering continuing professional development to practicing health care professionals, we keep people working in allied, behavioral and public health, doctors, dentists, nurses and pharmacists, up-to-date on new innovations and best practices – translating into more health care professionals knowing exactly what do to about what ails their patient.

By coordinating family medicine, pharmacy and behavioral health residencies, we often merge these disciplines specifically to serve our patients. These residencies offer research and practice that help us learn and discover new ways to overcome varied medical challenges.  In Learning we have grown. In Teaching we have given, in Healing we have cared.

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The staff were all very friendly and kind. The new building is beautiful.

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I had a very good visit with my doctor.

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Very good!

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Love the new building. Thanks to our doctor, Harvey is feeling better. Thank you!

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Never have to wait for the appointment more than 10 minutes. Staff is always very friendly.

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Southern Regional AHEC’s NC EBP Center Receives Part of $1.5 Million
in Grant Awards to Combat Opioid Crisis in Communities

FAYETTEVILLE: Southern Regional Area Health Education Center’s North Carolina Evidence Based Practices Center was one 12 community partners, statewide, awarded part of $1.5 million in grants to implement projects that combat the opioid crisis by advancing the goals of the NC Opioid Action Plan. Projects were selected competitively based on factors including the potential impact, the assessment of need, organizational sustainability, and evidence of collaboration and community support.

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