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UAB eMedicine uses advanced monitoring technology that allows UAB physicians to monitor and help manage the treatment of stroke patients who are located at other hospitals.
The Grammy Award-winning opera star and arts in health advocate will guide a UAB Arts in Medicine panel discussion with experts working in the arts, neuroscience and health care.
UAB Medicine has once again been named one of the “Most Wired” hospitals, affirming UAB’s serving on the forefront of using health care IT to improve the delivery of care.
The O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB is recruiting Alabama women who have never had breast cancer for the study, to test a personalized approach to breast cancer screening.
Physicians in the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB are advancing the field of thyroid care with cutting-edge, patient-specific procedures and collaborative research investigations.
Human bodies are made to move, says UAB Arts in Medicine artist-in-residence Melissa Turnage, and “magical” energy can happen in the brain. Here are her tips for adding dance to your day.
The UAB Neonatal Helping Hands program provides volunteers the opportunity to hold, rock, talk, sing and read to infants in the RNICU and CCN. The program, which was paused in 2020 due to COVID, has relaunched and is accepting volunteer applications.
UAB Medicine has added the ExcelsiusGPS® by Globus Medical for minimally invasive spine surgeries.
UAB Health System’s CFO has been identified as key female leader in the health care space, among 181 others.   
This study, performed in a pre-clinical human model, is the first time xenotransplanted pig kidneys have shown clearance of creatinine and shown a standard immunosuppression regimen may be sufficient.
For another consecutive year, UAB Hospital has been named the best hospital in Alabama, with several disciplines and procedures ranked among the best.
As COO, Baverso says his priorities will be in continuing UAB Medicine’s clinical excellence and expanding services to serve even more patients and Alabamians.
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To address the critical need for more emergency medical services in Birmingham and Alabama, UAB Hospital — with support from the State of Alabama — is creating 59 new exam rooms and more than 66,000 square feet of clinical space to meet service demand. 
Six-year-old Waylon Marshall was able to sign a one-day contract with the Barons, a true milestone just six months after a traumatic hand injury was thought to have crushed his baseball dreams.    
To meet patients where they are, Cooper Green and Birmingham Fire and Rescue are conducting at-home care visits with patients whose frequent visits to the emergency department have identified them as in need of extra care and support.
Both the CEO of UAB Health System and the CEO of UAB Hospital have been identified as key female leaders in the health care space, among 175 others.   
A traumatic hand injury treated by UAB could not hold Waylon Marshall back from his love of baseball and his desire to continue to play.
After being burned in an explosion three years ago, Delrico Gibson thought he would never use his hands again. Now, see the artworks he created for his first responders, surgeons, therapists and caregivers in the exhibition “Strings of Gratitude.”
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