Maryland AHEC stakeholders including BAHEC Executive Director Michelle Clark visited with several legislators including Senator Edwards here to advocate for the newly passed Maryland State Preceptor Tax Incentive.

BAHEC relies on volunteer faculty preceptors to mentor students in underserved, community-based urban settings.

Why Be a Preceptor?

  • Serving your profession and shaping the future of medicine
  • Obtaining a prominent appointment as a volunteer faculty
  • Gaining access to potential employees
  • Receiving faculty development training
  • Earning 1 credit hour of Category 1 CME for every 5 hours of being a preceptor
  • Claiming up to 60 credit hours in a three year cycle if a member of AAFP
  • Staying abreast of medical advancements, as students are apprised of new approaches
  • Staying current of technology; students are active users of the latest technology and can share this knowledge with you and your staff
  • Giving back to your community by helping recruit health care professionals to your service area
  • Fact Sheet on Why Become Preceptor

University of Maryland Preceptor Information
This link includes faculty appointment information, documents, and steps to this lengthy process.