Positions

Overview

  • Tiffani Maycock, DO, MS, FAAFP, is a is a board-certified Family Medicine / Obstetrician and Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Medicine (UAB), where she serves as Program Director of the Selma Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Maycock is an alumna of the Morehouse School of Medicine Faculty Development Program, the Huntsville Connect Young Professional Leadership Program and the American Family Medicine Residency Director’s National Institute for Program Director Development. She earned her medical degree, master of science and osteopathic manipulative Medicine undergraduate fellowship from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

    She has been instrumental in the establishment of Hospitalist Service at the program’s site hospital, Vaughan Regional Medical Center, where she serves as the Hospitalist Director and is on the Medical Executive Committee. Dr. Maycock and her residency program have been a part of the Rural Training Track Collaborative designed to sustain health professions education in rural places through mutual encouragement, peer learning, practice improvement, and the delivery of technical expertise, all in support of a quality rural workforce. She has also given lectures for the Rural Prep Grand Rounds lecture series to rural training programs across the nation.

    Dr. Maycock served on the Alabama Maternal Mortality Review Committee (AL-MMRC) which was formed in 2018 to better understand the factors that impact maternal deaths, hoping to mitigate and prevent future deaths. The AL-MMRC, a
    team of multidisciplinary members, aid in this goal by reviewing de-identified deaths of women which occurred within one year of pregnancy. She has also taught numerous Advanced Life Support Obstetrics courses.

    Previously, Dr. Maycock spent 7 years in graduate medical education as a core Family Medicine faculty member with the UAB Huntsville Family Medicine Residency Program where she wrote and directed the Community Medicine curriculum and coordinated outreach activities for the residents. Later she practiced at Central North Alabama Health Services Incorporated (CNAHSI), a large Federally Supported Health Center where she continued to serve the underserved of Madison County, Alabama. Dr. Maycock has a long history of community needs assessments and engagement. She has a particular interest in community health and has coordinated and led residents in advocating for the needs of the underserved in the community through various community outreach programs including health fairs, health screenings, health education lecture series and adolescent health projects. She has also collaborated with numerous national and community partners such as Reach Out and Read early literacy program, the Selma YMCA, Selma City schools and Selma Public Library. She also has helped expand the UAB Selma Family Medicine Free clinic, Doc on the Spot, which serves the uninsured in Selma to include Orville, AL. Most recently she has been engaged with Community Based Participatory Research in conjunction with the UAB Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center, the United Way of Dallas County and the Edmundite Catholic Mission.

    As a voice for the needs of the rural Black Belt community, Dr. Maycock has been featured by local radio and news interviews, mayoral press conferences and US Chamber of Commerce panels. Dr. Maycock’s special interests include community engagement, maternity care, osteopathic principles and practice, and URM Rural Healthcare Pipeline. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and camping. She is married with two young boys . In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and camping.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title Altmetric
    2005 An Overview of Osteopathic Medicine: Principles and Practice. 2005
    2002 The Iliacus Test: New Information for the Evaluation of Hip Extension DysfunctionJournal of the American Osteopathic Association.  vol 102. 2002

    Research Overview

  • -Principle Investigator for the UAB Selma site of the Southern All Of Us Network - serving in a leadership role in decision-making for the research site.

    -Analyzing the impact of community engagement activities on health disparities outcomes.

    -Analyzing the impact of plant-based diet on various health outcome measures and chronic disease management.
  • Teaching Overview

  • -Preceptor, Meharry Medical College, Department of Family and Community Medicine Family Medicine Core Rotation Course Coordinator - 2020 - present
    -Preceptor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Huntsville Family Medicine, Huntsville, AL, 2006-2013
    -Integrative Medicine Special Topics Student Course Coordinator - 2009
    -Preceptor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Family and Community Medicine, Selma Family Medicine, Selma, AL, 2017-present
    -Clinical Faculty, Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, Division of Clinical Sciences, Dothan, AL, 2019-present
    -Rural Acting Internship Course Coordinator
    -ALSO Course Instructor 2006-2013, 2018, 2020
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Osteopathy in Osteopathic Medicine / Osteopathy, Ohio University/Athens 2002
  • Full Name

  • Tiffani Maycock