The Huntsville Regional Medical Campus (HRMC) is home to the UAB School of Medicine Huntsville Program (which includes one of the premier family medicine residencies in the Southeast, as well as the more recently accredited Internal Medicine Residency Program), and the UAB Health Center Huntsville, which is the north Alabama anchor of the UAB Health System with the largest multi-specialty physician practice in the region. With 30 faculty members, 85 staff members and 130 students and residents, the HRMC provides crucial clinical care and medical education within the region.

HRMC provides a two-year curriculum for 3rd and 4th year medical students with required and elective clinical experience necessary for completion of the M.D. degree. Students may complete all or part of their clinical training here. The Rural Medicine Program is a rural track primary care curriculum for students with rural backgrounds administered at the HRMC along with other rural pipeline programs. HRMC also offers a 3-year internal medicine residency program and a 3-year family medicine residency program. A Grand Rounds continuing medical education series assists practicing physicians and other health professionals in maintaining licensure and certification requirements.

In addition to faculty in the primary care departments of family medicine, internal medicine and pediatrics, HRMC is supported by faculty in psychiatry, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, surgery and a broad spectrum of sub-specialties. Over 350 physicians from Huntsville and the cities and towns across North Alabama serve as clinical faculty.

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