UAB’s eMedicine is the first Alabama provider to offer online diagnosis and treatment of common conditions, such as colds, allergies, bladder infections and pink eye.
The $25 service, available to adults 18 and older in the Birmingham area, combines the expertise of UAB Medicine providers with the convenience of online access. Learn more at uabemedicine.com.
“eMedicine will provide our patients with convenient access to care that has never before been available in Alabama,” said UAB Health System CEO Will Ferniany, Ph.D.
A trip to a ball game, a day of Magic City exploration and service projects around Birmingham marked the first week on campus for the 375 new students in the UAB Honors College. It was the perfect introduction to the College, which emphasizes community engagement and experiential learning.
The students, whose average GPA is 4.1, hail from 21 states and the United Kingdom. Their destinations at UAB are just as varied, with representatives from "all seven undergraduate schools and colleges," noted Honors College Dean Shannon Blanton, Ph.D.
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