UAB Medical West

UAB Medical West rendering

Rendering courtesy of city of Hoover

The meeting is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the banquet room at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium. more

Businesses 6 Comments

Medical West 6-7-18 (5)

Photo by Jon Anderson

Medical West is looking to spend $412 million to build a new 220-bed hospital in the Interstate 459 corridor. The question is where. more

Businesses 6 Comments

Medical West 6-7-18 (1)

Photo by Jon Anderson

UAB Medical West officials have said they are looking for a place to build a new hospital but have not decided if, when or where to do it. more

Businesses 3 Comments


Photos by Jon Anderson.

A proposal for UAB Medical West to relocate its hospital from Bessemer to Hoover has some Hoover residents stirring. more

Businesses 5 Comments

Mayor Frank Brocato has asked the City Council to consider $20 million in incentives to lure a $300 million project that he says would bring 1,000 jobs to Hoover. more

Businesses 9 Comments

Freestanding ER

Roy Williams

Medical West, an affiliate of the UAB Health System, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and gave public tours for Alabama's first Freestanding Emergency Department at Alabama 150 Monday, May 4. The facility opens to the public May 5 at 7 a.m. more


​All is a go for the mid-May opening of Hoover’s first emergency services facility, the Medical West freestanding emergency department (FED) on Highway 150 at I-459. more


The freestanding emergency department (FED) is slated to open its doors in May. more


The I-459 and Highway 150 intersection will experience rapid development within the next year. more

News 1 Comments

SUN Groundbreaking.JPG

Photo by Katie Turpen

On Aug. 28, the city of Hoover broke ground on the UAB Medical West Freestanding Emergency Department, the first of its kind in the state of Alabama. more


Medical West, an affiliate of UAB Hospital, will sponsor the June Chamber of Commerce luncheon and has invited Hoover High School football coach Josh Niblett as the speaker. more


During its regular meeting on Oct. 7, the Hoover City Council approved an agreement that could bring a freestanding emergency medical facility to the city. more

, News 1 Comments

Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Hoover Sun