Here at UAB, we are proud of the camaraderie and support among our people. We strive to recruit a diverse group of residents who value hard work and patient care. Our residents also build close bonds and friendships with one another that extend beyond the hospital walls.

Number of Residents

95

Residents

Medical Schools Represented

41

Medical Schools Represented

States Represented

21

States Represented

Countries Represented

2

Countries Represented

Women In the Program

65%

Women

Men in the Program

35%

Men

Couples Match

7%

Couples Match

Residents Who Have Children

17%

Have Children

Residents Who are Married

58%

Married

Board Pass Rate

99%

Board Pass Rate (2012-2019)

Residents Entering Primary Care After Graduation

38%

Enter Primary Care
after Graduation

Residents Entering Fellowships After Graduation

62%

Enter Fellowship
after Graduation

  • Number of Residents
  • Medical Schools Represented
  • States Represented
  • Countries Represented
  • Women In the Program
  • Men in the Program
  • Couples Match
  • Residents Who Have Children
  • Residents Who are Married
  • Board Pass Rate
  • Residents Entering Primary Care After Graduation
  • Residents Entering Fellowships After Graduation
  • Number of Residents

    102 Residents in pediatric residency training programs.

    Below is a breakdown of numbers by program.

    Categorical Pediatrics

    71

    Combined Medicine/Pediatrics

    16

    Child Neurology

    4

    Combined Pediatric/Genetics

    4

  • Medical Schools Represented

    41 Medical Schools Represented

    Below are the medical schools represented by our current residents.

    Baylor College of Medicine
    East Carolina University
    East Tennessee State University
    Eastern Virginia Medical School
    Emory University
    Louisiana State University
    Medical College of Georgia
    Medical University of South Carolina
    Meharry Medical College
    Mercer University
    Texas A&M University
    Texas Tech University
    Tulane University
    University of Alabama at Birmingham
    University of Arizona
    University of Arkansas
    University of California – San Francisco
    University of Central Florida
    University of Connecticut
    University of Florida
    University of Indianapolis
    University of Iowa
    University of Jordan
    University of Kentucky
    University of Mississippi
    University of Minnesota
    University of North Carolina
    University of Oklahoma
    University of South Alabama
    University of South Carolina
    University of South Carolina – Greenville
    University of Southern California
    University of Tennessee
    University of Texas-Galveston
    University of Texas – Houston
    University of Texas-San Antonio
    University of Washington
    Virginia Commonwealth University
    Wake Forest University
    Wright State University

  • States Represented

    21 States Represented

    Below are the states our current residents represent.

    Alabama
    Arizona
    Arkansas
    California
    Connecticut
    Florida
    Georgia
    Indiana
    Iowa
    Kentucky
    Louisiana
    Minnesota
    Mississippi
    North Carolina
    Ohio
    Oklahoma
    South Carolina
    Tennessee
    Texas
    Virginia
    Washington

  • Countries Represented

    2 Countries Represented

    Our residents represent medical schools from two countries, Jordan and the US.

  • Women In the Program

    65% Women
  • Men in the Program

    35% Men
  • Couples Match

    7% Couples Match
  • Residents Who Have Children

    17% of our residents have children.
  • Residents Who are Married

    58% of our residents are married.
  • Board Pass Rate

    99% Board Pass Rate (2012-2019)

    In addition to exposure to a wide breadth and depth of patients and excellent teaching by our attendings and fellows, we also have several programs in place in our curriculum to help prepare for the pediatric boards including a board review series, PREP, Pediatrics in Review and a question of the day at Morning Report.

  • Residents Entering Primary Care After Graduation

    38% Enter Primary Care after Graduation

    Below is a list of the places our residents practice primary care after graduation. These numbers include the graduates from 2009-2019.

    Alabama
    Alabaster
    Auburn
    Bessemer
    Birmingham
    Dothan
    Gadsden
    Gardendale
    Haleyville
    Huntsville
    Leeds
    Montgomery
    Moody
    Selma
    Woodlawn

    California
    San Francisco

    Colorado
    Colorado Springs

    Georgia
    Atlanta
    Bowden
    St. Simons Island

    Florida
    Pensacola
    Tallahassee
    Tampa

    Kentucky
    Louisville

    Louisiana
    Baton Rouge
    Lafayette
    New Orleans

    Maryland
    Baltimore

    Michigan
    Ann Arbor

    North Carolina
    Carborro

    Tennessee
    Nashville
    Shelbyville

    Texas
    Austin
    Dallas
    Houston

    Washington
    Toppenish

  • Residents Entering Fellowships After Graduation

    60% Enter Fellowship after Graduation

    Below is a list of the specialties and institutions our residents completed their fellowship training in after graduation. These numbers include the graduates from 2009-2019.

    Fellowship

    University/Hospital

    Adolescent Medicine

    University of Cincinnati

    Allergy/Immunology

    Ohio State University, University of Alabama at Birmingham

    Behavior and Development

    Boston Children’s Hospital, University of Colorado, Medical University of South Carolina

    Cardiology

    Baylor College of Medicine, Children’s National Hospital, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Florida, University of Oregon, Indiana University

    Critical Care

    Baylor College of Medicine, Emory University, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Tennessee, University of California San Diego

    Emergency Medicine

    Baylor College of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Arkansas, University of Colorado, University of Louisville, University of Missouri-Kansas City, University of Utah, University of Texas

    Endocrinology

    Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, University of Alabama at Birmingham

    Gastroenterology

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, Vanderbilt University

    Hematology/Oncology

    Baylor College of Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Colorado, University of Texas-Houston, Vanderbilt University, Emory University

    Hospital Medicine

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of California-San Diego, Children’s Mercy of Kansas City, Tulane University

    Infectious Disease

    University of Alabama at Birmingham

    Neonatology

    Baylor College of Medicine, Emory University, Medical University of South Carolina, New York Presbyterian Hospital, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Cincinnati, University of North Carolina, University of Pittsburgh, University of Texas-Houston

    Nephrology

    Boston Children’s Hospital, University of Alabama at Birmingham

    Neurology

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Texas-Southwestern

    Palliative Care

    University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Tennessee, University of Texas-Houston

    Pulmonology

    Children’s National Hospital, University of Alabama at Birmingham, University of Colorado

    Rheumatology

    Medical University of South Carolina, University of Alabama at Birmingham

    Urgent Care

    Emory University

  • Number of Residents
  • Medical Schools Represented
  • States Represented
  • Countries Represented
  • Women In the Program
  • Men in the Program
  • Couples Match
  • Residents Who Have Children
  • Residents Who are Married
  • Board Pass Rate
  • Residents Entering Primary Care After Graduation
  • Residents Entering Fellowships After Graduation