AHEC Housing

Area L

Apartments are available in Rocky Mount (2 and 3 bedrooms) and Wilson (2 bedrooms). The 2-bedroom apartments have 1.5 baths and the 3-bedroom apartments have 2 full baths. Apartments are shared with other medical students and contain basic furniture, kitchen equipment, cable TV, wireless internet, microwave, and washer/dryer. Students should bring their own linens (twin beds), towels, and expendable items. No housing for families. Keys must be picked up at the Area L AHEC office in Rocky Mount, NC, Monday through Thursday between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Area L AHEC is closed every Friday. Students may contact Shebe Harris, ORPCE Housing Coordinator at (252) 972-6958 or shebe.harris@arealahec.org for assistance. Students must submit an Area L AHEC housing application by going online to visit MyAHEC at http://www.myahec.net. For students seeking housing, a $75.00 refundable security deposit (check - no cash) is required at the time the student picks up their apartment key. Students with rotations in Jackson generally have housing accommodations in Ahoskie. Rotations in Roanoke Rapids, Jackson, Hollister, Littleton, Scotland Neck, Spring Hope, and Whitakers require additional travel from AHEC housing to the practice site.



MAHEC has two different types of housing available; seven apartments in the Asheville area, one co-ed apartment in Hendersonville and a variety of private provider housing across the 16 counties.

Asheville/Hendersonville Apartments (in-town areas including nearby towns of Arden, Black Mountain, Clyde, Fletcher, Mars Hill, Skyland, Swannanoa, and Weaverville): The apartments generally sleep 2-3 persons with a full kitchen and one full bath. Most rooms have two beds. Depending on our schedule, you may have one or more roommates. Students must provide their own bedding and towels for these sites.

Private Provider Housing (outside of Asheville/Hendersonville including Bakersville, Brevard, Burnsville, Highlands, Linville, Spruce Pine): Housing for rotation locations outside Asheville/Hendersonville area are in private homes in more rural settings and may include garage or basement apartments, separate guest houses, or bedrooms in persons' homes with shared kitchen and bathroom space. Please check with the ORPCE Program Coordinator for specific Private Provider locations available.

General Information:  MAHEC housing sites have either wireless or high-speed internet access, although it is a good idea to check with MAHEC first if this is a particular concern. There are no family accommodations and NO PETS. For placements in MAHEC's northern or mountainous areas (including the towns of Bakersville, Burnsville, Highlands, Linville, and Spruce Pine) during the winter months (October - March), 4WD or AWD would be strongly recommended.

Application instructions:  Students should apply online at http://www.myahec.net for all MAHEC housing. After applying you will receive an email to complete the MAHEC Housing Agreement.

For additional information, questions or concerns visit the MAHEC housing website at http://mahec.net/residency-and-student-info/student-rotations-housing/housing. For questions specifically about Asheville/Hendersonville Apartments, please contact Lisa Ogle at lisa.ogle@mahec.net or 828-257-4427. For questions about Private Provider Housing please contact Kirstie Thompson, ORPCE Program Coordinator at 828-257-4461 or kirstie.thompson@mahec.net.


Charlotte AHEC is an eight county region, although the vast majority of students coming to our region, have rotations in Charlotte or in close proximity. We do not offer housing in Shelby due to very low demand and the high cost of rent. Charlotte AHEC does not have housing in Concord, although Cabarrus Family Medicine houses students rotating with them. We have 11 apartments in Charlotte at Eastover Ridge Apartment complex, which is about a ten minute drive to CMC Main and uptown. It is a central location in Charlotte.  You can view photos of the complex by going to www.eastoverridge.com. We can house 44 students at any given time. Space does fill up quickly and we ask students to request as soon as they know their rotation info to secure housing. Students share a two-bedroom apartment with other students. There are two students per bedroom. We have recently purchased all new indoor and porch furniture, mattresses, headboards, had new carpet installed, new paint, new flat screen TV’s – apartment complex is replacing appliances this year. WIFI and basic cable provided. Students do provide their own towels and linens for a twin sized bed. ORPCE Housing Coordinator phone number is 704-512-6630. The MyAHEC website to request housing is:  http://my.ncahec.net  A $50 deposit is required. The housing coordinator will request/give info in the student’s confirmation email once housing is approved. If keys are returned your deposit check is shredded after your departure.


Shared apartments (up to 4 students) are available on the campus of the Moses Cone Hospital. All apartments are two bedrooms (2 twin beds in each), bathroom, living room, and kitchen (appliances, dishes, pots/pans furnished). All apartments are equipped with basic cable TV, WiFi and furniture. Students must supply their own bed and bath linens. No family accommodations and NO PETS. Limited rural housing is also available in Asheboro and Reidsville. Housing priority is given to health science students enrolled in NC AHEC approved Primary Care rotations. All housing assignments are on a first-come-first served basis. It is highly recommended that requests be made at least 6 weeks prior to rotation start date. To request housing, submit (1) NC Request for Housing by setting up a MYahec account and (2) Student Housing Agreement (3) $50.00 housing deposit. All forms must be submitted before housing will be assigned. The forms are available on our website http://www.gahec.org along with additional housing information. Questions should be directed to Tonya Baldwin, ORPCE-Coordinator by email at tonya.baldwin@conehealth.com or call (336)832-8556 or fax (336)832-3570


Apartments are available in Winston-Salem, Boone, Hickory, Morganton, Linville and Salisbury. Apartments are shared with other health professions students and contain basic furniture, kitchen equipment, cable TV, wireless internet and microwave. Students should bring their own linens, towels and personal items. No guests or pets allowed. Complete the online housing application at http://my.ncahec.net/login.php and contact Angela Hodges for housing questions at ahodges@wakehealth.edu or 336-713-7717, 336-713-7701 fax.


Rooms in the Main Hospital are provided for students on call. Students may contact Shantall Jordan at (919) 350-7993 for assistance.


SEAHEC does provide housing to students with rotations in southeastern North Carolina. Apartments are located in Wilmington, Burgaw, Whiteville and the Caswell Beach/Oak Island area. Housing is available on a first-come, first-serve basis and while we do all we can to accommodate roommate requests, some request may not be possible during certain peak occupancy times. Due to the limited availability of housing, students may not have spouses or friends join them while staying in SEAHEC housing. Most of the apartments are two-bedroom (two twin beds in each) with two full baths. All apartments are furnished with a microwave, pots/pans, cooking utensils, dishes, glasses, silverware and furniture. Linens and pillows are not provided. You must bring your own sheets and towels. Wireless internet service is provided in all student apartments. Students need to sign an internet usage agreement and get the access code from the Student Services office. Students may also use the computers in the SEAHEC Library. We hope that you will enjoy your stay in SEAHEC housing and we look forward to meeting you. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions or concerns. SOUTHEAST AHEC/ORPCE:  2511 Delaney Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403  Contacts:  Meredith B. Hughes, MEd, ORPCE Director, Phone:  910-343-0161 Fax:  1-866-878-6630, E-mail:  meredith.hughes@seahec.net ; Debra Hamilton, ORPCE Assistant, Phone:  910-667-9270, Fax:  1-866-878-6630, E-mail:  debra.hamilton@seahec.net.

Special Requirements: Students requiring housing must go to: www.myahec.net and fill out an online housing application  45 days before the beginning of their rotation. Students will need to have their preceptor information and preceptor site information when completing this application. Students will receive an email confirmation of housing approximately one month before the beginning of their rotation. Counties served:  Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, and Pender. For additional information, please visit our website at:  http://www.seahec.net.

Housing and Travel

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