University Medical Center patients can learn about their rights and protections against surprise medical billing here.
Caring for West Alabama
University Medical Center’s new clinic in Livingston, Ala., is now open and accepting patients. Call (205) 348-4055
to make an appointment.
We are pleased to announce that University Medical Center has launched its new Patient Portal. Watch your email inbox for a link to enroll. More information can be found here
COVID-19 Second Boosters
University Medical Center in Tuscaloosa has Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines for patients ages 6 months to 4 years, and vaccines and boosters for patients 5 years to 11 years. Call (205) 348-1471
for an appointment.
UMC Visit Procedures
- UMC requires everyone to wear face masks to enter all of our locations. Children younger than 2 years, and patients with severe respiratory issues, will not be required to wear a mask. UMC cannot provide masks as all of our masks are being used by our health care professionals.
- In addition to in-person patient appointments, telemedicine visits are also available.
- Check-in will happen at the front entrance, where patients will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms.
- Minors can have one parent or guardian with them during their visit. Adult patients can’t have anyone with them (exceptions will be made for people needing assistance). All people entering the clinic will be screened.
- UMC Tuscaloosa patients with respiratory symptoms will be screened with a telemedicine visit.
- Wear a mask
- Wash your hands often
- Maintain social distance
- Avoid travel if possible
- Stay home if sick
Dr. Tom Weida, chief medical officer with University Medical Center, offers some advice about traveling and COVID-19.