Rural Public Psychiatry Fellowship
The year-long Rural Public Psychiatry Fellowship provides an opportunity for
physicians who have completed an accredited Psychiatry residency to gain
in-depth experience in public psychiatry in multiple settings, with a primary
focus on rural West Alabama.
For more information, contact fellowship director Dr. Marisa Giggie.
Apply to the Fellowship
- Comprehensive clinical instruction
- Time and effort spent in outlying rural communities
- Rigorous didactic curriculum, including structured independent
readings and academic seminars
- Teaching and supervision opportunities
- Telemedicine consultations
- One half-day per week devoted to research
- Practicum in Mental Health Administration and Quality Improvement
- Financial support available for CME activities and professional
- Competitive salary and benefits package
Please review our Handbook and Polices
Candidates must be eligible for an unrestricted Alabama Medical License and DEA Certification.