COVID-19 Vaccines Available! 

To make an appointment in Tuscaloosa call 205-614-6189. Call our other locations for an appointment:

  • Whatley Health Services at Eutaw (205) 372-0011
  • Hale County Medical & Dental Center (334) 624-0871
  • Vernon Health Center (205) 695-0450
  • Pickens County Family Practice Center (205) 364-7135
  • Sumter County Health Center (205) 392-9656
  • Whatley Heath Services at Sipsey (205) 648-5337

Focusing On Quality Care

We are dedicated to meeting today’s health care challenges.

Whatley Health Services provides primary health care services to all peoples of West Alabama. We accept all major health insurance while also providing care for uninsured and medically underserved residents. We focus on quality, caring, compassion and respect for the people we interact with every day.

Headquartered in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Whatley Health Services utilizes public and private funds to meet the challenges our friends and neighbors face. We remain dedicated and committed to our mission and to the provision of health care for the residents of Tuscaloosa County and surrounding areas.

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Our Services

As part of our mission, Whatley Health Services is committed to meeting the needs of residents in the communities we serve.

  • Chiropractic

  • Dental Care

  • Family Medicine

  • Health Promotion

  • HIV/AIDS Outpatient Primary Care

  • Internal Medicine

  • Laboratory

  • Mental Health

  • Nutrition

  • Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine

  • Pharmacy

  • Podiatry

  • SOBRA/Medicaid

  • Women’s Health

We also offer sliding fee discounts up to 100% for eligible patients.
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News & Events

Join Whatley Health Services on the path to good health!

WVUA23: Health Officials Concerned COVID-19 Will Spread With Summer Travel

Dr. Keisha Lowther of Whatley Health Services said symptoms commonly attributed to seasonal allergies and colds have just as good a chance of being COVID-19.

“If you don’t know and you continue to spread it in the community, you continue to be out in public at church, the grocery stores at concerts, weddings and that runny nose, that cough, that throat irritation that you are saying may be allergies may actually be COVID.  So, that is contributing to why we’re continuing to see it spread in the community,” she said.

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“Wellness encompasses a healthy body, a sound mind and a tranquil spirit. Enjoy the journey as you strive for wellness.”

Laurette Gagnon Beaulieu

We provide quality health care to West Alabama.

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