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What is the Rural and Frontier Health Care Preceptor Credit?

The Rural and Frontier Health Care Preceptor credit is for health care professionals who provide preceptorship.

A preceptorship is uncompensated mentoring to an eligible graduate student to help the graduate student obtain an eligible professional degree. The mentoring should include personalized instruction, training, and supervision for at least 4 weeks of the year.

To qualify for this credit you have to be licensed to practice in certain health care fields of medicine. You must have practiced in your primary health care field of medicine in a rural or frontier area. You'll also need an approved certification form from the Colorado Department of Revenue.

If you meet all of the above requirements the credit is $1,000. Any unused credit can be carried forward for 5 years.

You need to receive a certification from the regional AHEC office for where the preceptorship took place. Complete form DR 0366 and follow it's instructions to claim this credit.

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