Jess Mullens, M.D., will treat patients for a variety of orthopaedic issues including sports injuries, foot and ankle fractures, ligament and tendon problems and arthritis.
Standing three-stories high, the physician office building will be home to Mobile Diagnostic Center and USA Health specialty care providers.
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Medical social worker Laura Anderson will help patients identify barriers to care and offer community resources.
USA Health now offers two in-house molecular oncology tests for cancer patients that can detect mutations directly from tumor tissue and cytology specimens.
The USA Health drive-through vaccine site off Lawrence Street in downtown Mobile will be open extended hours from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. to accommodate parents and caregivers of newly eligible children.
The collaboration between Estrada and other healthcare faculty from across the conference is credited with allowing athletic programs to continue and giving college athletes the opportunity to more safely compete during much of the global health pandemic.
Allen Broome, Pharm.D., director of health system pharmacy at USA Health, said that residency training benefits the profession long term and expands the ability to care for current and future patients.
USA Health recently broke ground on the Mapp Family Campus in Baldwin County. Located at the southeast corner of state highways 181 and 104 in Fairhope, the campus will be home to an ambulatory surgery center and a physician office building.
USA Health today formally kicked off construction of an expansion of the Pediatric Emergency Center at Children’s & Women’s Hospital at its campus in Midtown Mobile.
For more protection against COVID-19, USA Health is offering a third dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at its drive-through location at the Mobile Civic Center to those who qualify.
During medical school, Tyler McDonald, M.D., realized he had a passion for treating children’s medical needs.
Young patients and their families celebrate the end of cancer treatment with bell ringing at USA Health Children's & Women's Hospital.