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Know the Facts…

Men’s Health Facts Testosterone is the male sex hormone that is made in the testicles. Testosterone hormone levels are important to normal male sexual development and functions. Men need testosterone to make sperm. Prostate cancer […]

UCA Satellite Office Re-Opening July 6th

We are excited to announce we are making plans to reopen our satellite clinics in Gardendale, Fultondale, Hoover, Prattville, Sylacauga, and Winfield beginning the week of July 6th. If you need to make an appointment […]

What to expect as we begin to see patients in the office.

We are thrilled to announce that beginning Monday, May 4th we will begin to see patients in the office! While we are thankful for the ability to provide services via telemedicine, the entire UCA Family […]

Update: Important Information for UCA and the UCA Women’s Center Patients

During this unprecedented time, we are grateful for your patience and understanding as all of us have navigated through the past few weeks together. Our dedicated team of providers and team members have worked hard […]


Staying Healthy and Safe During Your Next Office Visit

Based upon recently updated CDC Guidelines, UCA continues to implement additional safety measures at our locations to help prevent transmission of COVID-19: Upon arrival for your appointment, we will continue assessing each patient for possible […]


Update: Important Information for UCA and the UCA Women’s Center Patients

As a valued patient of our UCA family, we appreciate the trust you place in us and want to inform you about how we continue to balance our efforts to keep the safety of our […]

Congratulations to Dr. Bryant Poole

Congratulations to Dr. Bryant Poole whose leadership efforts on the Ferring PRONOUNCE study were recently recognized. UCA, who has been a part of the study since 2016, have recently completed recruitment for the study.   The […]

Potential Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Exposure

March 31, 2020 Re: Potential Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Exposure To whom it may concern: Your health and well-being are of utmost importance to us. Please read this carefully. We are writing to inform you as […]


What If Your Treatment is Delayed?

So, you’ve got localized prostate cancer, you’ve decided to get it treated with either surgery or radiation, and you have steeled yourself to get on with it.  You’ve been through a lot already: from the […]

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