BWWMH puts spotlight on specialty clinics

outpatient signBryan Whitfield Memorial Hospital’s ongoing efforts to provide the fullest array of healthcare services for the surrounding area include a variety of specialty clinics.

“One of our many goals is for our patients to not have to drive an hour or more for the services they need,” said Tombigbee Healthcare Authority Acting CEO/Administrator Art Evans. “To that end, we collaborate with specialists who visit our Outpatient Service Center on a regular schedule. These physicians, in turn, are dedicated to working with the hospital and our core Medical Staff to enhance the overall health of our community and surrounding areas.”

Specialties available at Bryan Whitfield Memorial Hospital include:

  • Cardiology Consultants – Drs. Mantle, Shah, Lewis, Anderson, Proctor and Carraway – Mondays and Thursdays – 205-752-0694
  • Alabama Heart and Vascular Medicine – Dr. Hemstreet – Wednesdays – 205-561-2370
  • Tuscaloosa Ear, Nose and Throat – Dr. Loftin – 2nd and 4th Wednesdays – 205-758-9041
  • Tuscaloosa Nephrology Associates – Drs. Berry and Ramdeen – Tuesdays – 800-453-2395 or 205-556-5541
  • Cancer Care Center of Demopolis – Dr. Tai – Monday through Friday – 334-287-2647
  • Song Eye Center – Tuesdays – 334-289-8795
  • Tuscaloosa Orthopedic and Joint Institute, LLC – Dr. King – Wednesdays – 205-722-5591
  • Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery/Ear, Nose and Throat – Dr. Muecke – Tuesdays – 205-824-3223
  • Tombigbee Geriatric Behavioral Health – Dr. Dorsey – Wednesdays and Fridays – 334-287-2805
  • Alabama Neurology and Sleep Medicine – Dr. Geyer – Fridays – 205-345-3881
  • Two Rivers Surgical Associates – Dr. Keith Roberts – Monday through Friday – 334-287-2847
  • Tuscaloosa Urology Center – Dr. Broughton – Wednesdays – 205-345-7351
  • Veterans Administration Mobile Unit – Tuesdays – 205-454-8099

“We encourage area residents to check with us before driving out of town to see if the specialty service they need is available right here,” Evans added. “We’re all in this together, and the community’s support of these clinics greatly helps us maintain our goal of providing quality healthcare, right here at home.”