All clinical training sites are centrally located within the Medical Center District in downtown Birmingham. Situated within a several block radius, residents have the advantage of training in different medical environments providing broad exposure to diverse patient populations and treatment modalities with the convenience of one central location.

UAB Hospital

One of the top five largest academic medical centers in the country, UAB is nationally recognized as a major center for innovative patient care, clinical research and training. Named as one of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Hospitals and No. 1 in Alabama, UAB provides innovative, world-class care to clinically and demographically diverse patient populations. UAB serves as the principal tertiary referral center for Alabama and the region.

UAB Center for Psychiatric Medicine

Part of UAB Hospital, the Center for Psychiatric Medicine (CPM) provides comprehensive psychiatric care to children and adolescents, adults, geriatrics, as well as individuals struggling with addiction.  Our fellowship training office, fellow offices, inpatient units, and child oupatient clinic are all conveniently located within CPM.

Children's of Alabama

The beautiful Children's Hospital building opened in 2012. Children's of Alabama is the third-largest pediatric hospital in the United States, providing cutting-edge pediatric care for patients across Alabama and surrounding states.  The hospital consists of an inpatient behavioral health unit with outpatient clinics directly adjacent to the hospital.  Our fellows spend time working at Children's while on their child inpatient, consults, and pediatric neurology rotations.  In addition, continuity clinic and supervision may also take place here.

Children's Behavioral Health

Childhood and adolescence can be challenging times, especially when children have problems with mood, paying attention or face difficulties at home or school. If problems are not treated, children can develop low self-esteem, perform poorly at school, have trouble with relationships or struggle to reach their potential. At Children’s of Alabama, we want to help you during these difficult times.