Our medical education program offers integrative, hands-on experience for students while working under the direct supervision of an attending physician and rotating through each major discipline of medicine:
- Family medicine
- Internal medicine
- General surgery
Students have multiple learning opportunities, including:
- Continuity clinic - Students participate in rotations at the Anderson Free Clinic, offering continuous management of patients' chronic diseases. With graduated responsibility, medical students perform all the functions of a primary care physician for their patients. Continuity clinic is a great way to build a mentoring relationship with an attending physician, and provides the opportunity for practice-based learning, as students analyze performance outcomes for their own patients and implement systematic changes for quality improvement.
- Didactics - All of our didactics and seminars are provided in a small-group format, providing ample opportunity for medical students to interact and engage in active learning.
- Hispanic Health Fair - At this annual health fair, medical education students provide medical screenings and information to members of the Hispanic community in Anderson County. Students administer flu vaccines, check blood pressure and blood glucose, and perform foot exams and other screenings.
- Simulation lab - Part of Anderson University's College of Health Professions, the Center for Medical Simulations is designed to provide a realistic clinical experience for medical students. The Center has more than a dozen human simulators; this cutting-edge technology looks like human-scale replicas of patients, from newborns to adults, and can simulate a variety of conditions, including asthma attacks, congestive heart failure and seizures. Interactive in every way, the simulators allow students to ask questions — and get responses — while practicing skills ranging from CPR to the care and maintenance of test tubes.
Third Year and Fourth Year Medical Students
AnMed Health accepts students from the Medical University of South Carolina to complete their third and fourth years of clinical training. AnMed Health also partners with Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Carolinas Campus as one of the Upstate South Carolina region's core hospital training sites for third and fourth year clinical rotations. If you are a VCOM student interested in completing your third year clinical rotations at AnMed Health, please contact Kathy Barrington.
Fourth Year Medical Students Acting Interns
The Family Medicine Residency Program accepts fourth year students to perform a 4-week long Family Medicine Acting Internship rotation from August through December. View a sample schedule for the Acting Internship program. If you are interested in performing any of these rotations, please complete the personal statement form and return to Kathy Barrington. Applications will be processed starting in February.
View the list of expectations for both and Medical Students and Acting Interns.
AnMed Health Medical Student Education
2000 E Greenville St., Suite 5115
Anderson, SC 29621