We are aware of the current internet outage in Pickens County, but UMC-Carrollton is open. We are keeping all scheduled patient appointments and are accepting walk-ins. We have not been notified about the duration of the internet outage, but UMC-Carrollton can continue to provide the care and services you need during this time. If you need to reach us, please call (205) 463-1350.

Caring for West Alabama

with clinics in Tuscaloosa, Northport, Demopolis, Fayette, Carrollton and Livingston

Online Bill Paying

UMC now offers patients a way to easily pay and manage their health care bills online. The new service also allows patients to securely save their payment and health care information in a digital wallet, and to view their payment history at any time. To get started, click here.
 

COVID-19 Vaccines

UMC has COVID-19 vaccines available for patients, including pediatric patients 6 months to 11 years of age. Call (205) 348-1471 to schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine.
 

Medical Billing

As a University Medical Center patient, you have rights and protections against receiving surprise medical bills, as well as the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate that explains the cost of your medical care.

Flu Season

Flu season here and the best way to reduce the risk of getting the flu and its potentially serious complications is to get a flu shot. UMC’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tom Weida explains.


UMC-Livingston is improving quality of life in this West Alabama city and across the Black Belt region. Created in partnership with the University of West Alabama, the city of Livingston, Sumter County, Alabama Power and the Alabama Power Foundation, the primary care facility has increased access to health care services for individuals and families in a rural area of the state that traditionally has been underserved.


UMC Visit Procedures

  • Face masks are now optional for patients at University Medical Center – with the exception of patients experiencing cold-like symptoms or fever. 

Stay Safe

  • Wear a mask
  • Wash your hands often
  • Maintain social distance
  • Avoid travel if possible
  • Stay home if sick

UPDATE: COVID-19 vaccines

  • An additional bivalent vaccine is recommended for adults 65 years of age and older and for people who are immunocompromised.
  • The original monovalent vaccine is no longer recommended for use in the United States.
  • It is recommended that everyone 6 years of age and older receive an updated bivalent vaccine regardless of whether they previously completed their monovalent primary series.
  • Individuals 6 years of age and older who have already received a bivalent vaccine do not need to take any action unless they are 65 years or older or immunocompromised.

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The bivalent COVID-19 vaccine is available at University Medical Center.

UMC-Carrollton’s work to increase access to prenatal and obstetrics care in rural Pickens County was featured in March on PBS NewsHour. View the segment here.