Alabama - South

Rob Boyles
Tel: 334-206-5425
Email

South Alabama is home to beautiful Gulf Coast beaches, magnificent resorts, quaint southern towns, and some of the best seafood in the country. Visit Mobile to experience the wildlife of the Mobile Bay and the alligator sanctuary of Tensaw river delta. Mobile also hosts one of the biggest Mardi Gras celebrations in the nation. 

To learn more about our history in south Alabama, visit the new Archaeology museum at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. View 10,000 year old artifacts from the Paleo-Indian tribes that dominated the southern portion of Alabama thousands of years ago. Alabama citizens are also excited about the new Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine. Construction was completed in May 2013, and its grand opening was July 29, 2013.  The inaugural class began classes on August 5, 2013, and will graduate in 2017.

Make your way over to Fairhope and you will find yourself in a small town ambiance where you can linger on the Mobile Bay waterfront, or enjoy one of the many biking trails. Stroll in and out of the art galleries and antique stores of downtown Fairhope, and end your day with some of the best southern cooking. If you’re looking for a real treat, stay the night at the Grand Hotel Marriott Resort located right on the Bay. 

The amazing beaches and deep blue waters of Alabama’s gulf coast make it a fisherman’s paradise. Orange Beach and Gulf Shores boast a fleet of more than one hundred charter boats ready to take fishermen of all ages and skill levels out for some casting. With the nation’s largest artificial reef, you will be sure to see some amazing ocean life. After fishing, snorkeling, scuba diving, riding wave runners, or just lounging on the beach all day, you can treat yourself to fresh-off-the-boat seafood at your choice of restaurant or on a dinner cruise. 

Photos are courtesy of Alabama Travel and Encyclopedia of Alabama.

Please visit the Alabama Office of Primary Care and Rural Health website for specific information on Alabama's State-30 and Appalachian Regional Commission J-1 Visa Waiver Programs including policies, required application documents, and other information. These jobs provide opportunities for foreign physicians to practice in the state of Alabama.

J1 Contact Information

Chuck Lail
Alabama Department of Public Health
Office of Primary Care & Rural Health
RSA Tower, Suite 1040
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: 334-206-5438
Fax: 334-206-0340
Chuck.Lail@adph.state.al.us
Alabama J1 Website

The Alabama Department of Public Health is currently recruiting physicians with board certification in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Ob/Gyn, Emergency Medicine or Preventive Medicine. Vacancies exist in multiple locations around Alabama as well as Montgomery, Alabama. The job classifications are:

Public Health Physician Director - 40434 - Salary: $134,968.80 to $205,792.80

Public Health Physician, Senior - 40435 - Salary: $116,277.60 to $177,266.40

You may contact Dr. Mary McIntyre at 334-206-5200 for additional information.


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Rob Boyles
Alabama Office of Primary Care and Rural Health
201 Monroe Street
PO Box 303017
Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone: 334-206-5425
Fax: 334-206-0340
ruralhealth@adph.state.al.us
Alabama Recruitment Website

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