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For your safety and the safety of all our patients and employees, please review our current visitor policy.
For non-emergency health questions, you can send a secure message to your physician through our online patient portal, myUABMedicine.
UAB Medicine Wayfinder is our customized navigation application that makes finding and reaching locations in and around the UAB Medicine campus much easier.
This free app provides step-by-step directions with functionality similar to Google Maps.
Flu shots are available to UAB Medicine patients, Monday through Friday, at our convenient location on the second floor of The Kirklin Clinic of UAB Hospital. No appointment needed.
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.
UAB Medicine conducts hundreds of clinical trials, and our providers are often involved in conducting clinical trials they recommend for patients. Participation in these studies can help advance health care for everyone, and participants may receive treatments that are not yet available anywhere else.
For those who have tested positive for Covid-19, clinical trials are available that may keep the illness from getting worse, and may provide information for new therapies.
The Injection Clinic is open Monday through Friday. People age 5 and older can visit our injection clinic at the Kirklin Clinic to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.