The College provides psychiatric care and diabetes education through telemedicine, and its programs are continuing to expand.
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A Milestone Luncheon was held on April 21, 2014, at the Bryant Conference Center to honor faculty members who have reached 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, and 45 years of service to The University of Alabama.
The College of Community Health Sciences hosted Kathleen Brooks, MD, MBA, MPA, in April as a consultant to assist in the development of the Tuscaloosa Longitudinal Community Curriculum (TLC2) – an innovative program that enables third-year medical students to train in community settings over a period of months under the supervision of experienced primary care physicians.
Cathy Gresham, MD, is retiring from the College next month after more than 18 years of service. Gresham was the director of Medical Student Affairs and a professor in the Department of Internal Medicine.
A patient-centered medical home model of care is exactly what Chelley Alexander, MD, envisions for University Medical Center. Alexander, chair of the Department of Family Medicine at The University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences, which operates UMC, is helping lead a pilot program that will create such a model of care at the […]
The College of Community Health Sciences held its Sixth Annual Research Day on April 16. The annual event is hosted in order to give medical and graduate students, resident physicians, faculty and staff who are working on various research projects the opportunity to display their findings. It is designed to show collaboration among CCHS departments and across The University of Alabama.
Barely a year into his tenure at the College of Community Health Sciences, Residency Director Richard Friend, MD, is already making headway toward his plans to grow the College’s Family Medicine Residency into the preeminent family medicine residency in the country and to address the growing demand for primary care physicians in Alabama and nationwide.
The College of Community Health Sciences began a strategic planning process in fall 2012 to develop a five-year plan that builds on the College’s deep roots in primary care and family medicine education while responding to the changing health care needs of communities.
The University of Alabama
College of Community Health Sciences
850 Peter Bryce Boulevard
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487