From providing services to rural areas to organizing community health fairs to spearheading free flu shot campaigns, the College’s impact starts in Tuscaloosa and spreads through the state of Alabama.

Bringing Specialty Care to Rural Communities

The College provides psychiatric care and diabetes education through telemedicine, and its programs are continuing to expand.

University Medical Center launches Wellness Walls for Art program

Something old can become something new. More than two decades ago, artists affiliated with The University Women’s Club at UA began volunteering their time to keep the walls of the former Capstone Medical Center’s patient waiting areas filled with bright and vibrant paintings.

College generously supports heart health

The final count of the College’s fundraising drive to benefit the American Heart Association (AHA) shows that CCHS contributed a total of $12,244 to the cause during the month of February. The funds from the College represent 30 percent of the total raised by the entire University of Alabama.

College raises thousands for American Heart Association

In recognition of the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Heart Month in February, the College of Community Health Sciences held multiple fundraisers to benefit the association. As of February 17, 2014, the College had raised a total of $6,729, and money from the fundraisers is still being collected.