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Due to the current situation with the corona virus

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We are accepting new pediatric patients!

We at Bama Pediatrics realize that raising a child is probably the most demanding, challenging, and rewarding task a person can undertake. We are here to encourage and to support you. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you and your family.

Bama Pediatrics is blessed to have outstanding pediatric nurses and medical assistants provide care for patients in the office. In addition, we have excellent administrative staff that is eager to assist us in caring for you and your children.

We provide state-of-the-art diagnostic, treatment and educational services for patients with allergic diseases and asthma, including the medical management of sinus disease, hay fever, hives, allergic skin disease, allergic headaches, latex allergy, stinging insect reactions, occupational allergies, pregnant asthmatics, immune deficiencies, and drug reactions.

For more allergy and immunology information click here and here. 


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Covid Vaccines


We now have the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. Please call our office at (205) 333-5900 to schedule an appointment.