Final year medical student here. We learned the majority of our anatomy in year 1 and year 2 in both our physiology modules (e.g. Cardiology/Renal/GI etc) as well as separate Regional Anatomy modules (Y1 Limbs and Chest/Abdo, and in Y2 did Head and Neck and Pelvis). We were examined on anatomy thoroughly in these two years (anatomy essay and anatomy true/false questions) and have not had dedicated anatomy exams since them. We also had a prosection anatomy exam in year 2.
After pre-clinical years, we had a few sessions in year 3 about clinical anatomy that was relevant, and since then haven't really focused primarily on anatomy. We only really cover it if there is a clinical relevance.