Providing students awareness and knowledge about health careers

To help lead the transformation of health care education and services

Welcome to Erie Niagara Area Health Education Center, Inc.

Erie Niagara Area Health Care Education Center (ENAHEC), is a workforce development initiative which is part of the New York State Area Health Education Center System (NYS AHEC System). ENAHEC was formed in September 2003 to serve Erie and Niagara counties and is dedicated to creating a well informed and diverse health care workforce. The focus of ENAHEC is to address the health care needs of the community by connecting students, academic institutions, health care facilities and current healthcare professionals to the communities in need. Through partnerships and collaborations with various agencies, ENAHEC facilitates programs for high school, college and graduate school students, as well as provide continuing education for healthcare professionals.

UPCOMING EVENT!

You Are Invited!

Please join us for an informative discussion on the importance of improving your clients and employees health literacy!

Social Determinants of Health (SDH) reflect the social factors and physical conditions of the environment in which people live, learn and work, which impact a wide range of health and quality of life outcomes. Community-Based Organizations have an important impact on the health and well-being of not just the people they serve, but their employees and volunteers. Join Erie Niagara AHEC and Millennium Collaborative Care as we discuss ways to improve Social Determinants of Health within the workplace and the community through the lens of health literacy. Participants will leave this forum with an understanding of how Social Determinants impact their organization and the community, as well as strategies to improve health and well-being at the organizational level.

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Community Forum – Addressing the Social Determinants of Health through Health Literacy

The NYS AHEC System is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) under the Award titled Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Program (U77). The content and information is solely the responsibility of the authors and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.