Brittney Anderson, MD

Brittney Anderson, MD — Assistant Professor

Dr. Brittney Anderson is assistant professor of family, internal, and rural medicine for the College of Community Health Sciences. She also cares for patients at University Medical Center and teaches and supervises the College’s family medicine residents, medical students and clinical learners. Anderson earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and completed her master’s degree in Human Environmental Sciences as a Rural Medical Scholar at The University of Alabama. She received her medical degree from the UA School of Medicine, completing her third and fourth years of clinical education at the College, which also serves as a regional campus for the School of Medicine. She completed her residency training at the UA Tuscaloosa Family Medicine Residency, which is operated by the College. Anderson has a special interest in rural medicine.