Alabama Regional Medical Services is a HRSA FTCA-deemed, Community Health Center that has been serving the greater Birmingham area since 1983. ARMS offers a variety of health services at affordable costs to the entire family. Thank you for visiting our site and we hope to see you soon at Alabama Regional Medical Services!
To provide quality healthcare and related services to our community, including under-served and homeless persons, regardless of language, culture or financial barriers.
Build and sustain a health system that provides patient centered access to coordinated and comprehensive care which improves health outcomes across our community.
Your Primary Care Provider
You will be assigned a Primary Care Provider (PCP) who will manage your health needs. You can choose any provider in our practice and may change your PCP if you wish.
Clinician Directed Medical Practice
A team of health professionals (e.g. medical assistant, social worker, pharmacist, nurse manager) will work with your PCP to care for you.
We will help to address all of your needs that affect your health.
We will work with other healthcare and community facilities and share your medical information to track and monitor your health. We will use electronic technology to do this.
For Your Quality and Safety
We will make sure we treat you using the latest standards of care and will make sure you understand your treatment plan.
We will be accessible 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. After office hours, you have access to speak to a primary care provider by calling 205-941-4690.
Interpretation and Translation
Alabama Regional Medical Services
Sliding Fee Discount Program
To ensure that language is not a barrier for our non-English speaking patients, ARMS employs highly qualified and competent bilingual staff who work closely with other agencies to ensure the continuity of care and availability of resources for our Latino community.
A Sliding Fee Discount Program (SFDP) is provided by ARMS to low-income patients, with or without insurance, to assure access to care regardless of a patient’s ability to pay. Ability to pay is determined by the family size and annual income relative to a discount schedule based on Federal poverty income guidelines. To qualify for the SFDP, you must provide the following with application:
- Photo Identification (Driver’s License, Passport, Visa, Green Card, School ID)
- Written verification of household monthly income (e.g., Pay stubs, Federal tax return, W-2, Award letter from Social Security or the Food Stamps Program, etc.)