IMPORTANT

All students must satisfy medical clearance immunization requirements for enrollment at UAB annually. If you are a new student beginning in Spring 2017, please ensure that all medical clearance requirements are met. The deadline for immunization clearance for the Spring 2017 semester is December 1, 2016. To ensure that your immunizations records are reviewed by December 1st , all documentation must be uploaded to your patient portal by November 21, 2016. Please contact the Medical Clearance Department by secure message via your patient portal with any questions or concerns.


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization are investigating an outbreak of Ebola virus in West Africa. Ebola is a severe, often fatal disease, spread from person to person through direct contact with infected blood or secretions or exposure to contaminated objects, such as needles. The following CDC/WHO recommendations pertain to travel to and from the involved areas: Liberia, Guinea, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. Other international travel is not affected by this outbreak.

The CDC issues travel notices, with “watch levels,” to inform travelers about current health issues related to specific destinations. CDC has issued a “Level 1 Watch” for Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea, with a recommendation to avoid all non-essential travel to these destinations. CDC has issued a “Level 2 Watch” for Nigeria, recommending that travelers protect themselves by avoiding contact with the blood and body fluids of people who are ill with Ebola.

Persons returning from an affected area but have not had direct contact with the body fluids of symptomatic infected persons or animals, or objects that have been contaminated with body fluids, should monitor their health for 10 days. Those with a potential exposure should monitor their health for 21 days post exposure. Regardless, any traveler who becomes ill, even if only a fever, should consult a health-care provider immediately and tell him or her about recent travel and potential contacts.

Learn more about the Ebola outbreak at www.cdc.gov, or contact UAB Student Health and Wellness at 205-934-3580.

Location & Hours

Student Health & Wellness Center
1714 9th Ave. South
Birmingham, AL 35294

8 a.m.-5 p.m. (M-F)
**Closed daily from noon-1 p.m.**

Call 205-934-3581 to schedule an appointment.

Appointments, immunizations, and after-hours info.

If you are going to be late for your appointment please call 934-3581 to inform the SH&W staff. If you are more than 15 minutes late, you may be asked to reschedule your appointment.

Outside the Student Health and Wellness Center
Student Health and Wellness Center lobby

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