IMPROVING HEALTH IN YOUR COMMUNITY

Longitudinal Curriculum

TLC2 uses an innovative educational model, called a longitudinal integrated clerkship.

Patient-Centered Medical Home

A conference for physicians and other health-care providers will show how to bring this model into medical practices.

Community Outreach

From free health screenings to the UA flu shot campaign, we are about outreach.

News

Paul Grundy, MD, MPH, global director of Healthcare Transformation at IBM, was one of the plenary speakers at "Building the Patient-Centered Medical Home: Inspiration and Tools to Help Transform your Practice."

College hosts conference about Patient-Centered Medical Home

College of Community Health Sciences faculty and staff, along with healthcare providers from Tuscaloosa and across the state, gathered for a two-day study and discussion on the Patient-Centered Medical Home. The Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) is a model of primary care delivery that is patient-centered, comprehensive, coordinated, accessible and focuses on quality and safety, according […]

Medical students inducted into Gold Humanism Honor Society

Medical students of the College of Community Health Sciences were inducted this month into the Gold Humanism Honor Society, a signature program of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation established to recognize medical students, residents and faculty who practice patient-centered medical care by modeling the qualities of integrity, excellence, compassion, altruism, respect and empathy. Stevie Nichole […]

DEAN RICHARD H. STREIFFER, MD

“Academic medical centers have a critical role, even a duty, I would argue, to contribute to improved population health. At The University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences, we accept and pursue that mission through a four-dimensional strategy …”

 

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