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UAB opens new Callahan Eye Hospital Clinic in Pell City
University of Alabama at Birmingham Callahan Eye Hospital recently announced it will open a new full-service clinic Monday, July 24, in Pell City, Alabama, providing convenient and specialized care for residents in St. Clair and surrounding counties.
The new location delivers the same vision care that Callahan Eye Hospital has provided on the UAB campus for the past 50 years, including comprehensive adult and pediatric eye care services:
- Adult ophthalmology and optometry
- Pediatric optometry
- Eye exams
- Eyeglasses and contact lenses
- Cataract evaluations
- Glaucoma screenings
- Diabetic eye exams
- Dry eye testing
- Optical store, featuring a wide selection of designer eyeglasses and sunglasses from brands such as Ray-Ban, Coach, Maui Jim, Tom Ford, Miraflex, Costa Del Mar and more.
“We are pleased to expand our ophthalmology and optometry clinical services into the Pell City community and surrounding areas,” said Rett J. Grover, chief operating officer of UAB Callahan Eye Hospital. “This location will improve patient access to pediatric eye care, glaucoma specialists and comprehensive adult ophthalmology services. The new clinic will offer advanced eye care and convenient access to the latest fashion in eyewear and contact lenses.”
The new Pell City clinic will provide patients with convenient, timely access to UAB ophthalmologists and optometrists, state-of-the-art technologies, and groundbreaking research.
Patients can begin making appointments now. To schedule an appointment, call 205-812-0445 or visit the official clinic website.
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