Dr. Caroline Day, M.D., ABAARM
Board Certified in Family Medicine and Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine
Dr. Caroline Day has been a physician for over 25 years. She is board certified in Family Medicine and graduated from the University of Witwatersrand Medical School, South Africa, in 1988. She gained extensive experience in pediatrics, urgent care, psychiatry and care of the elderly for several years. She also worked in the United Kingdom locuming in various hospitals in and around London. She completed the Masters in Family Medicine at the University of Witwatersrand while working in her own private practice in Johannesburg, South Africa.
She and her family relocated to Tuscaloosa in 2002 to further her husband’s career and she took a sabbatical to look after their three young children. In order to fulfill the requirements to practice medicine in the United States she completed the USMLE board exams. In 2008 she started the three-year residency program at the University of Alabama which she successfully succeeded in 2011. She worked at American Family Care for eighteen months before opening Family Practice at the Falls the beginning of 2013 where she worked for 4 years.
In 2015 she became board certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine. She also is a member of the American Board of Family Medicine, the American Medical Association, the Medical Association of Alabama and the American Academy of Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine.
In February 2017 she opened Tuscaloosa Integrative Family Medicine in Northport, Alabama and completed her dream of having her own medical office that provides patients with quality primary care, chronic care, hormone therapy and skin care. Her passion is preventative and integrative medicine to allow her patients a full and healthy life as possible. To this end she integrates traditional medicine with other modalities such as bio-identical hormone therapy, nutritional supplements and detailed life-changing patient education and instruction.
She enjoys working along her patients to help them succeed in living long healthy lives. She also enjoys spending time with her family and has balance between caring for her many patients as well as caring for her family of five. She enjoys long walks, yoga, movies, baking, afternoon teas, gardening, and laughing with her friends. She loves living in Tuscaloosa and is a member of Church of the Highlands and holds small groups for Adult Women.