The College of Community Health Sciences is responding to changing needs in health care by offering more fellowships for family medicine physicians.
The College, which is also the Tuscaloosa branch campus of The University of Alabama School of Medicine, recently added a fellowship in hospital medicine and one in emergency medicine. A sports medicine fellowship and academic medicine fellowship began this summer, and fellowships in rural public psychiatry and behavioral health began this fall. The College has long offered a fellowship in obstetrics. Additionally, a rural medicine training track during the residency years is now in its second year.
The fellowships are offered through the College’s Tuscaloosa Family Medicine Residency and academic departments; each fellowship adds one year of training following three years of residency. Read more