University Medical Center Livingston, offers direct, basic health care for UWA undergraduate students, faculty, and staff. The University Medical Center- Livingston has partnered with the University of West Alabama to provide medical services to students away from their local medical provider. Students paying the UWA student medical fee are eligible for services and must present insurance information upon check-in.  Uninsured and underinsured students may also be eligible for services.  Please contact 205-652-7001 to schedule an appointment and for eligibility and billing questions.

Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

711 N Washington St, Livingston, AL 35470, accessible from Hwy 11

Accessing Services

Students may go to the clinic on a “walk-in” basis or may make an appointment by calling 205-652-7001.

Neither the University physician nor any other University employee will issue medical excuses for missed classes. In the case of illness, each professor will determine whether to grant an excused absence to a student.

After Hours/Emergency Care

After normal office hours, and in case of emergencies, students needing medical attention should go to Anderson Hospital or Rush Hospital in Meridian, Miss., MedCenter or Bryan Whitfield Hospital in Demopolis. The University will not be able to provide transportation to the hospital, but will arrange for ambulance service, if requested. The student will be responsible for the expense for all hospital services and ambulance transportation, if applicable.

On-campus residents should contact a resident assistant or their hall director if there is a medical emergency. The Housing staff member will contact University Police and the University Police officer will determine whether an ambulance should be called.

Photo ID

To reduce the risk of identity theft and to increase our efficiency in checking you in, we require that you show a photo ID when you check in for your appointment. The preferred ID is your UWA ID Card, but a driver’s license, passport or other photo ID are also acceptable.

Questions regarding student health services at The University of West Alabama should be directed to Dr. Melissa Haab, Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at or (205) 652-5571.