Healthcare Georgia Foundation Awards SOWEGA-AHEC $20,000
Continued Grant Award

Highlights include investments in the delivery of quality care
in Georgia’s public health districts

Atlanta, GA – May 21, 2015 - Healthcare Georgia Foundation announced its continued funding for two of the Foundation’s signature programs: the Connections conference and HealthTecdl, Healthcare Georgia Foundation’s distance learning program. Connections 2016 is the Foundation’s seventh, biannual statewide convening of Foundation grantees, partners, and community leaders, and is being planned for the first half of 2016. With more than 200 programs to date, HealthTecdl continues to produce high quality, live and on-demand programming for health nonprofits and the healthcare workforce. More than thirty programs are planned for the next 12 months.
Among the many recipients of the Foundation’s most recent grant awards, SOWEGA-AHEC was awarded a continued grant award of $20,000 as support for participation in HealthTecdl, including the production of five distance learning programs addressing rural health and healthcare and designed to strengthen Georgia’s healthcare workforce.



Welcome to SOWEGA-AHEC Continuing Education E-Newsletter.  Our goal is to increase access to quality healthcare by providing training and continuing education to health professionals and lay people.  The CE Newsletters highlights our CE/CME programs, including distance learning and some archived programs.


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Beginning with the 2016 Georgia license renewal cycle, nurses will be
required to obtain 30 continuing education hours.  SOWEGA-AHEC
offers a 28-module self-paced CE Program that provides 40 hours of
independent study relevant to nursing. A certificate will be sent to each
individual who successfully completes the program.


Michelle Huskey, MS, RRT-NPS
CE Coordinator