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Brittney Anderson, MD, FAAFP

Dr. Anderson grew up on a small family farm in Autauga County, Alabama. After graduating from Prattville High School, she attended Duke University for her undergraduate studies, majoring in Psychology/pre-med. Upon completion of college, Dr. Anderson obtained a Master’s Degree in Rural and Community Health from The University of Alabama. She received her medical degree from UAB School of Medicine in Birmingham in 2014. Dr. Anderson then completed her family medicine training at The University of Alabama Tuscaloosa Family Medicine Residency Program. She recently completed a fellowship in the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Health Equity Fellowship.


Dr. Anderson enjoys mentoring pre-med students and teaching medical students and family medicine residents. In 2020, she was presented with the University of Alabama School of Medicine Distinguished Young Alumni Award. Dr. Anderson is a member of the UAB School of Medicine Admissions Committee, is the current Secretary/Treasurer of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama, and is the current President of the West Alabama Medical Association.


Dr. Anderson has a passion for rural and underserved populations. Her career interests include minority health disparities, particularly in Alabama’s Black Belt, and identifying and addressing social determinants of health. She is dedicated to increasing recruitment and retention of students who are under-represented in medicine and reducing the shortage of physicians practicing in rural Alabama.


Dr. Anderson enjoys traveling and has visited Ghana, West Africa, on multiple occasions to learn about the culture and practice of medicine there. She is a member of several community organizations and non-profit boards in the West Alabama region. Dr. Anderson has a very spoiled 9-year old Airedale Terrier named Ivy.

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