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For your safety and the safety of all our patients and employees, during the coronavirus outbreak visitors are restricted in our hospitals and clinics, with the limited exceptions of necessary caregivers.
We now offer appointment-only COVID-19 vaccination sites.
For non-emergency health questions, you can send a secure message to your physician through our online patient portal, myUABMedicine.
UAB Medicine is screening all patients, visitors, and employees at all entrances for fever. Also, all employees, patients, and visitors are required to wear a mask or face covering inside all UAB Medicine facilities. We ask that patients and visitors arrive wearing their own mask.
The All of Us Research Program speeds up health research and medical breakthroughs by asking one million or more people to share information about their health, habits, and their community. To see if you are eligible for the program, click below or call 855-462-6850.
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.
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 UAB Medicine Injection Clinics make it easier than ever to protect yourself from influenza. Visit one of our injection clinics and get your flu shot today.
Injection Clinics are now open Monday through Friday. People age 5 and older who haven’t been vaccinated for COVID, or who need their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, can visit to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine.