UAB internal medicine residents interested in primary care careers can apply for admission in a scholars program that provides more immersive training to build the next generation of primary care physicians.
More than 80 prospective medical students have applied to a new medical education track that focuses on preparing students to become primary care physicians: the Primary Care Track at the Tuscaloosa Regional Campus.
Alabama ranks 45th in the nation in the number of primary care physicians available to care for its population, and a new UAB School of Medicine program aims to improve that number.
Students in the UAB School of Medicine will observe national Primary Care week Oct. 3-7 with a week filled with student-driven lunch lecture events to increase awareness of primary care needs in Alabama and across the country.
UAB’s William Curry, M.D., explains the advantages for millennials to find a primary care physician and why it is a necessary step to take for their health.
Several UAB programs ranked among the nation’s top 20 in 2017 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools."
Students in the UAB School of Medicine will observe national Primary Care week Oct. 5-9 with a week filled with student-driven lunch lecture events to increase awareness of primary care needs in Alabama and across the country.
The UAB School of Medicine will mark this year’s National Primary Care Week Dec. 1-5 with student-driven events focusing on the continued need for primary care physicians in Alabama and the United States.
A UAB-led survey compared experiences of patient care at two homeless-tailored clinics, and at three facilities providing standard primary care in mainstream clinics.
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