Medical and Nursing Student Resources

Medical Student Prescriber-Level Training Programs

Institute for Family Health – Internships/Volunteer Opportunities (New York City; mid-Hudson Valley) 

Institute for Family Health – Medical School Student Rotations/Residencies (NYC; mid-Hudson Valley) 

Institute for Family Health – Family Medicine Residency Program – Mid-Hudson Valley 

Nuvance Health

Bassett Healthcare Network – Medical Education Programs (Catskills region) 

College Students Guide to Ergonomics 

Marist College – Physician Assistant Program (Dutchess County) 

New York Medical College of Touro College Rotations (Westchester County) 

Orange Regional Medical Center (Middletown, Orange County) – Medical Education

Touro College of Dental Education at New York Medical College (Westchester County) 

Dominican College – Family Nurse Practitioner Program (Rockland County) 

Adelphi University – Graduate Nursing and Nurse Practitioner Training

Ellenville Regional Hospital – New York’s Smallest Teaching Hospital 

Mount Saint Mary College – Nurse Practitioner Programs, 2019-2020 (Orange County) 

Westchester Medical Center – Graduate Medical Education 

Upstate Medical University – Graduate Medical Education (Syracuse) 

Upstate Medical University – Nurse Practitioner Program (Syracuse) 

Montefiore – Residencies and Fellowships

University of Connecticut School of Medicine – Visiting Student Program 

Quinnipiac University Frank J. Netter School of Medicine – Clinical Partnerships

Site for locating short-term student housing

Resources for Paying for College  

Ultimate Guide to Paying Down Student Loan Debt  

Guide to 529 College Savings Plans 

A mentorship platform for international pre-health students and current health students 

Student & Teacher Resources

Catskill Hudson AHEC works with hospitals, healthcare organizations, schools, at-risk youth organizations, and BOCES within our 11-county region to develop programs that expose youth to future health career possibilities and gain an understanding of the current studies necessary to achieve the academic requirements needed to pursue their chosen health profession.

To date, thousands of medical, pre-medical, nursing and health professions students were placed with hundreds of teachers at community-based training sites. Tens of thousands of young people, ages 10-17, have received exposure to healthcare careers and health professionals through the fun and interactive activities of our health career youth programs.

Contact us if you are a student interested in learning more about a career in healthcare, or a teacher or preceptor looking to get involved in programs that expose our young people to healthcare professions.