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Important Information for Urology Centers of Alabama and the UCA Women’s Center Patients

Due to the COVID- 19 pandemic, we are taking the following precautions to protect our patients and staff.  Effective Monday March 16, 2020, UCA will begin making the following operational changes in response to the […]

UCA’s Plan for the COVID-19 for Our Patients and Staff

Thank you for trust you have placed in Urology Centers of Alabama and the UCA Women’s Center.  As always, it is a privilege to be your urologic heath care partner. As the novel coronavirus’ (COVID-19) […]

6 Reasons for Women to See a Urologist

Urologists aren’t just for men. Women may need to see this type of doctor, too. Urologists are trained to treat problems that affect the urinary tract. This is a system of muscles, tubes and organs, […]

Employee Spotlight: Cassidy Henningsen

The UCA Women’s Center opened in September 2018 with the goal of taking a unique urological approach to female health. Part of that approach is the implementation of a Female Health Navigator – a health […]

FDA Announcement on Transvaginal Mesh for Prolapse

Due to the recently FDA announcement on transvaginal mesh for prolapse on April 16, 2019, we thought it was important to reach out to patients and women on what this all means.  Please see the […]

2018: A Year in Review

It is hard for me to believe a year has already passed since I took over as CEO of Urology Centers of Alabama. For over 60 years, UCA has provided state-of-the-art, patient-centered urologic care with […]

Bladder Health: Impacts on Americans

  Source:  American Urological Association

Employee Spotlight – Brittany Hannah

Meet Brittany Hannah! You may have recently seen Brittany’s smiling face at our new UCA Women’s Center at the front desk. While the Women’s Center may be new, Brittany has been with the UCA family […]

10 Facts About Overactive Bladders

The symptoms of OAB are fairly self-explanatory: your bladder is, indeed, overactive.  But the causes of it are not as clear.  Like anything else, it’s not necessarily the causes that matter so much to the […]

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