Student Programs

Working in and having mentors in underserved or international contexts are two of the greatest determinants of whether a physician will practice in those contexts. Rotating with our urban or rural track will be a highly impactful experience, and providing these rotations is one of our favorite things about our job! While on the rotation you will be immersed in the communities in which we live and serve. You will gain clinical experience (i.e. not just shadowing!) in outpatient, inpatient, and home settings.

The average day rotating with the urban track involves clinical experience (hospital and clinic) in the mornings with our residents and faculty and afternoon experiences in community and spiritual health. Students with the rural track get a full spectrum experience similar to our residents. The day begins seeing hospitalized patients then progresses to seeing patients in the clinic, ED, L&D, subspecialty clinic, nursing home, or home visits. 

 

 

Apply for a Student Rotation

2 week rotations at either track or 4 week combined rotation

If you would like to apply for our student rotation program, please fill out and submit this form. M3 & M4 students must also submit USMLE or COMLEX examination results as well as Medical School Transcript. Official copies by scanned email is sufficient. Please email both documents to brittany.shanks@cahabamedicalcare.com


Application

Name *
Name
Address *
Address
Phone *
Phone
Gender
Please let us know the medical school, PA school, or residency program where you are enrolled.
Use the drop down box to select your current level of medical training.
We offer 2 week summer exposure rotations (M1s), and sample residency electives (M4s).
Desired Rotation Dates
What are you interested in? *
Please check all that apply.
We are a faith based organization, providing quality health care to underserved communities domestically and every ethnē internationally, ministering in the love of Jesus. If this resonates with you please tell us about it.
We are a faith based organization, providing quality health care to underserved communities domestically and every ethnē internationally, ministering in the love of Jesus. If this resonates with you please tell us about it.
For our urban track, we request that you live in the neighborhood where our clinic is (unless this creates a hardship which of course we'll understand). Around June 2019 our guest house will be renovated and most likely you'll be there. Prior to that you'll be staying with a resident or faculty member in our neighborhood. For our rural tract, living in the Centreville community is suggested but not required. We have guests houses for students.