Promotions and Information
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New Gardendale Primary and Specialty Care
To better serve residents of Gardendale and northern Jefferson County, UAB Medicine has opened our newest health care facility on Mount Olive Road. Learn more about our new facility or make an appointment here.
Flu Shot Clinic
Getting a flu shot is more convenient than ever, thanks to UAB Medicine’s Flu Shot Clinic, open Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm at The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital and the 4th Floor of UAB Hospital-Highlands. No appointment necessary.
Callahan Eye Hospital Pell City
The UAB Callahan Eye Hospital clinic at Pell City provides the high-quality vision care and advanced treatments for which UAB is known, now with convenient, timely access in the Pell City area.
eMedicine and Urgent Care
If you’re suffering from a minor ailment, you can skip a trip to the doctor’s office by using our new e-Medicine service. Five minutes online gets you a diagnosis usually within one hour, plus a prescription if needed. If you prefer a face-to-face appointment, UAB’s Urgent Care Clinic downtown offers walk-in hours for adults seven days a week.
Reaching your appointment on time is easier now, thanks to UAB Medicine Wayfinder, a free navigation app that provides step-by-step directions similar to Google Maps. Learn more about Wayfinder and download the app here.
American Heart Month
UAB Medicine observes American Heart Month with fun, instructive events that provide important information about cardiovascular health. See dates and locations of American Heart Month events here.
myUABMedicine Patient Portal
For non-emergency health questions, you can send a secure message to your physician through our online patient portal, myUABMedicine. See the complete guide to the myUABMedicine patient portal.
All of Us
UAB Medicine is participating in the All of Us Research Program, which aims to speed up health research and medical breakthroughs by asking one million or more people to share information about their health, habits, and the community they live in. This research may improve the health of future generations. To see if you are eligible for the All of Us Research Program, call 855-462-6850 or visit All of Us.