Sports Medicine Fellowship

The year-long Sports Medicine Fellowship is an ACGME-accredited program with a comprehensive curriculum that offers education, training, and certification in state-of-the art sports medicine care. Fellows work with The University of Alabama athletic team physicians, coaches, trainers, and athletes, and with local high school athletes. Fellows also care for patients at the Dr. Bill deShazo Sports Medicine Center on the UA campus, named in honor of the late Dr. William F. deShazo, who directed the residency and introduced the sports medicine rotation into its curriculum, and who was the team physician for the UA Athletic Department from 1972 to 1985 and served as a personal physician to former head football Coach Paul “Bear” Bryant.

For more information, contact Julie McGill.

Fellowship Features


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Candidates must be eligible for an unrestricted Alabama Medical License and DEA Certification.