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Below you will find some frequently asked questions about COVID-19 and our clinic

Yes we are open. Our hours of operation have changed slightly to allow our staff more time to huddle and stay up-to-date on the ever changing situation. All patients are screened before entering the building.  All patients must wear a mask while inside the building.

Hours of Operation


8:00-11:45     1:00-4:45


8:00-11:45     1:00-4:45


8:00-11:45     1:00-4:45


8:00-11:45     1:00-4:45


8:00-11:45     1:00-4:45




The Auburn University Medical Clinic has taken precautions to ensure that our clinic is safe for all patients. 

  • Cleaning and disinfecting. All areas and surfaces are cleaned and disinfected frequently throughout the day. Our building is also thoroughly cleaned and disinfected every night. 
  • No one enters the building without being screened first. We are asking all patients to call 334-844-9825 to answer a series of screening questions. Patients with COVID-19 symptoms do not come in the clinic, and are seen either outside at our testing site or via a Telehealth appointment.
  • Personal Protective Equipment. All staff members that have contact with patients are required to wear at a minimum a face mask. We are following the CDC Guidelines on this requirement. If a patient is sick (and we have ruled out COVID-19) they must wear a mask before enter the building. 
  • Social Distancing. All patients must practice social distancing while in our clinic, and sit at least 6 feet apart from other patients in the waiting room. Kiosk usage is staggered to guarantee social distancing during check-in. 
  • Staff Monitoring. Staff members' temperatures and symptoms are monitored daily. If a staff member presents with any COVID-19 symptoms they are tested and sent home immediately.
  • No Visitors. We are not allowing people to accompany patients to their visits in our office. 

Yes. We are testing symptomatic and asymptomatic patients. If you are having symptoms, have had known exposure but do not have symptoms, or need a test to return to work or to visit family you can call 334-844-9825 to answer a series of questions and setup an appointment.

NOTE: We are not a testing site for the GuideSafe™, a statewide initiative led by the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Please visit AHealthierU for more information.

Our drive-thru testing site is located in the SOUTH QUAD parking deck next to our clinic. It is quick, easy, and confidential. And testing takes place Monday-Friday 8:00-4:00 rain or shine. YOU MUST HAVE AN APPOINTMENT!

You should get your results the SAME DAY

No. There are no known reputable antibody tests available at this time. We are actively searching for an option. As soon as one comes available we will put the info here and on our social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter @AUMedClinic)