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Last Updated: Feb 24, 2016     Views: 127

Do you remember when you were a medical student and you gained valuable clinical knowledge from those in the profession?  Now it's your turn to share your clinical knowledge and experience with tomorrow's physicians.

Qualifications and Eligibility for Serving as a Preceptor

  • recommendation by Core Site Director
  • board certification in specialty
  • practice at least 80% of the time
  • agree to precept the number of students which best matches your interest and schedule

For more information about serving as a preceptor, contact Cheryl Gibson at (334) 944-4028 or  See "Preceptor Credentialing:  What are the Steps?" below for more information on the credentialing process.