Family Medicine Residency Program · Centreville, AL
Where You'll Spend Your Time
About This Program
Two tracks. One heart. Called to the streets, the fields, and the ends of the earth. We started in 2013 as a faith-based rural residency program in Centreville, AL. The program was created to provide full spectrum preparation and send graduates to marginalized rural and international communities. In 2018 we added the Urban Track in Birmingham, AL. And in 2019 the program formed a consortium with the University of Alabama at Birmingham. One of the first things you’ll notice is that we are much more than a residency program. We are a community. We live in the marginalized communities we serve, and our patients are our neighbors. Because our graduates go on to resource-poor areas domestically and internationally, our curriculum incorporates full spectrum Family Medicine training. Our residents do it all, from delivering babies to point of care ultrasonography to advocacy in Washington, D.C. to international medicine, and everything in between. Each resident has an international rotation each year of residency. Any website description will fail to do our community and residency justice, so we encourage you to visit us!