The Preceptor Tax Incentive Program (PTIP) rewards licensed Georgia MD/DO, NP and PAs taking Georgia medical, physician assistant, and nurse practitioner students into their practices for the students' required clerkships.
Medical students from both allopathic and osteopathic schools are included. Preceptors who receive direct compensation for teaching from ANY source are not eligible to earn this deduction.
•Licensed physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant in Georgia
•Cannot receive direct compensation for teaching medical, osteopathic, NP, or PA students from any source
•The credit is only available for rotations supporting Georgia medical, osteopathic, NP, or PA programs
•Must complete a minimum of 1 rotation to be eligible; credit is provided retroactively once eligibility is established. A maximum of 10 rotations may be claimed each calendar year.
•Maximum tax credit earned each year is $8500
The 160 hours does NOT have to be tied to a single rotation, but is accrued across
all students precepted. Some student rotations may be one day a week for four months,
while others may be completed in 4-6 week blocks. Using hours to determine a credit
levels the field so that all credits are earned based on 160 hours of teaching.
Programs will submit completed rotation dates and hours to the Statewide AHEC.
|MD/DO||PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT||NURSE PRACTITIONER|
|Augusta University||Augusta University||
Albany State University
|Emory University||Emory University||Augusta University|
|Mercer University||Mercer University||Brenau University|
|Morehouse School of Medicine
||Morehouse School of Medicine||Clayton State University|
|Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia Campus||Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Georgia Campus||Emory University|
| South College--Atlanta Campus
||Georgia College & State University|
| South University
||Georgia Southern University|
|Georgia State University|
University of North Georgia
Valdosta State University
Columbus State University
Georgia Southwestern University