Our service population reflects the overall demographics of the HIV epidemic in Alabama—an over-representation of African-Americans and low-income families with few resources. We expect that the number of youth and women we serve will continue to increase. With that projection, our goal is to make our comprehensive care available to even more women of childbearing age, pregnant women and their families through our partnerships with Ryan White funded clinics, AIDS service organizations, health departments and community advocates.
The Family Clinic conducts clinics each week to serve specific client populations. Medical and research professionals are present or available at each clinic session. In addition to physicians and nurses specializing in pediatrics, adolescent medicine, women's health and HIV/AIDS, our staff includes:
In addition to The Family Center at Children's of Alabama, UAB operates a second clinic in Montgomery. Visits at both sites are included in these statistics.
Children's Harbor Building, Room 308
Referral appointments: 205-934-2441
Scope of service
Outpatient Infectious Diseases Clinic and Pediatrics Infectious Diseases Consult Service, diagnosis and treatment of all childhood infectious diseases, evaluation of prolonged fevers, monitoring antibiotic use, etc.
Inpatient General Pediatrics Service
Treatment of pediatric illnesses requiring hospitalization, including asthma, skin infections, pneumonia, and chronic medical conditions, among others
Main emphasis in pathogenesis, diagnosis, therapy and prevention of prenatal and perinatal viral infections.
We conduct outreach HIV testing programs specifically targeted to women of color in low income housing. We also provide training and education programs and support groups to address the impact of HIV/AIDS on women, youth and children.
The Ryan White Care Act
The Family Clinic provides services under the Alabama Ryan White Title IV Program. Title IV of the Ryan White CARE Act funds healthcare and services for infants, children, adolescents and women affected by HIV/AIDS.