Longitudinal Curriculum

TLC2 uses an innovative educational model, called a longitudinal integrated clerkship.

Patient-Centered Medical Home

A conference hosted for physicians and other health-care providers showed how to bring this model into medical practices.

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Community Outreach

From free health screenings to the UA flu shot campaign, we are about outreach.


Even though the Ebola outbreak poses no substantial risk to the United States, Albert White, MD, area health officer for the Alabama Department of Public Health, said he has received calls from local health-care providers about the deadly disease. “I have gotten a lot of questions in the last several weeks about Ebola,” he said. […]

The first two students to participate in the Tuscaloosa Longitudinal Community Curriculum (TLC²) began with their preceptors this month. TLC² is an innovative program that enables third-year medical students to train in community settings over a period of months under the supervision of experienced primary care physicians. The College provides clinical training for a cohort […]

CCHS faculty, departments honored with Argus Awards

Joe Wallace, MD, professor and chair of the Department of Surgery, and the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology were named winners of the 2014 Argus Awards by the students of the University of Alabama School of Medicine. As a regional campus of the School of Medicine, which is headquartered in Birmingham, the College provides the […]



“Academic medical centers have a critical role, even a duty, I would argue, to contribute to improved population health. At The University of Alabama College of Community Health Sciences, we accept and pursue that mission through a four-dimensional strategy …”

  • About

    Learn out more about the College and our commitment to improving and promoting the health of Alabama.

  • Strategic Planning

    Read about the College’s road map into the future and its four-pronged strategic planning process.

  • On Rounds

    Learn more about the College through our twice-annual publication called On Rounds.

  • Contact Us

    Find our address or phone numbers of CCHS departments, faculty and staff.

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