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State Wellness Center

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Clinic Offered Through the State Employees Insurance Board and the AUPCC

State Wellness Center | 101 South Union Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 | Phone: 334-263-8470 | Email:

The SEIB State Wellness Center is a health care facility conveniently located in downtown Montgomery offering a variety of services to state and local government employees and their dependents covered by the State Employees’ Health Insurance Plan (SEHIP) and Local Government Health Insurance Plan (LGHIP).

Our mission is to provide a convenient, economical source of urgent/acute care and preventative care services when you cannot get in to see your primary healthcare provider. Our team of medical professionals is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality care and excellent service while also encouraging a continued relationship with your personal physician.

SWC services and programs include:

Acute /Urgent Care Services

  • Treatment for common illnesses including, but not limited to
    • Flu
    • Strep Throat
    • Common Cold
    • Bladder Infections
    • Eye Infections
    • Ear, Nose, and Throat Infections
    • Allergies
  • Treatment of minor wounds, abrasions, and skin conditions like poison ivy/oak and shingles
  • Women’s Health Services
  • Physicals, including those for:
    • Sports
    • Pre-employment
    • Police Academy
    • Camps
    • Adoption/Foster Care
  • Provide further evaluation for annual Wellness Screenings referrals

TeleHealth Services

  • Cold and cough without fever
  • Allergy symptoms without fever
  • UTI without fever, abdominal pain or history of recurrent UTIs

Pharmacy Clinical Services

  • Medication Therapy Management (MTM)
    • This program is designed for you to come in and speak with one of our pharmacists regarding your prescription and non-prescription medications. We will take the time to make sure you understand why you are prescribed certain medications for your medical conditions. We will also discuss how to take and what to expect from your medication, as well as recommend when you should report to your healthcare provider for further evaluation. We will also analyze the cost of your medication to ensure they are affordable. The goals of the MTM program are to help you better understand your medication management, prevent and effectively manage your medical conditions, and provide ongoing medication evaluation and monitoring.
    • Learn more about MTMs
  • Diabetes and You Program
    • The Diabetes and You program is an ADCES accredited program designed for those who are diagnosed with diabetes or pre-diabetes to better manage their disease with the assistance of a pharmacist. Our pharmacists will work with your primary healthcare provider or diabetes specialist to ensure that you receive the best diabetes care possible. This program begins with a group education class where you can learn more about diabetes and how to properly manage it. After the class, you will have the opportunity to meet with a SWC pharmacist for one-on-one consultation and personalized management to meet your needs. By participating in this program, you also qualify for our no copay program for certain generic medications used to lower your blood sugar.
  • Nicotine Cessation Program
    • If you are a smoker, dipper, chewer, use electronic cigarettes or vape, and you want to quit but are having trouble, the SWC can help. We can assist you in creating a tobacco cessation plan and offer you advice on ways to help you quit and stay quit. After successful completion of the SWC approved tobacco cessation program, you may be eligible for a monthly discount as a non-tobacco user.
  • Healthy Habits Weight Management Program
    • The Healthy Habits program is designed to offer you advice on how to become a healthier you. You will receive personalized biweekly to monthly counseling to give you the information necessary to reach your health goals. Our pharmacists will provide you with weight management tools, nutrition and exercise tips, and other healthy habits necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
  • Pharmacist Driven Disease Management and Education
    • In addition to the many services offered at the SWC, our pharmacists can also help you with other chronic medical conditions, such as high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol (dyslipidemia), asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and many others. You will receive personalized counseling discussing the aspects of the disease and how to properly manage it with medication and lifestyle changes. We can also work with your primary healthcare provider in optimizing your care and management.

Preventative Services

  • SEIB Wellness Screening Program
    • The Wellness Screening Program provides an opportunity for state employees to "earn" an insurance premium discount by completing a voluntary health and wellness screening. This screening will include evaluation of several health risk factors including blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose (or blood sugar), weight, and BMI.
    • The results of the screenings will be available immediately during the appointment, and the employee will receive personalized counseling from one of our pharmacists.
    • For more information on the program, visit the SWC website.
  • Immunizations available at the SWC
    • For adults and children (12 years or older for certain immunizations)
  • Annual Flu Vaccine
    • Each year, beginning in the fall, we offer vaccination against the flu. This vaccination is recommended yearly in all people over the age of 6 months who are able to take it. We currently are able to offer flu shots to patients aged 12 and older.
    • Influenza virus causes fever, headache, cough, chills, fatigue, and muscle soreness. It can also lead to serious complications, especially in children, the elderly, and those with weakened immune systems. Vaccination protects both you and those around you from the spread of the virus.
  • Pneumococcal Vaccine
    • A series of these vaccinations are recommended for all individuals age 65 and older or individuals 19-64 with certain medical conditions.
    • Pneumonia mainly affects the lungs and can range from mild to life-threatening infections. Anyone can get pneumococcal disease, but some people are at greater risk for disease than others. Being a certain age or having the above medical conditions can put you at increased risk for pneumococcal disease. The best way to prevent pneumonia is by getting vaccinated.
  • Tetanus (Td)
    • Vaccination against tetanus is recommended once every 10 years in people of all ages.
    • Tetanus (also known as “lockjaw”) is a bacterial disease that causes painful muscle contractions that can interfere with breathing and lead to death.
  • Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (TDaP)
    • A one-time immunization is recommended for all patients over 10 years old and for women between weeks 27 through 36 of each pregnancy. This vaccine is especially important for anyone who will be in contact with children less than two years of age. TDaP takes the place of one tetanus (Td) vaccination, which is recommended for one dose every 10 years.
    • Tetanus (also known as “lockjaw”) is a bacterial disease that causes painful muscle contractions that can interfere with breathing and lead to death.
    • Diphtheria causes a thick covering in the back of the throat leading to breathing problems, paralysis, heart failure, and even death. Diphtheria is spread from person to person, usually through respiratory droplets from coughing or sneezing, or by touching any object contaminated with the bacteria that cause diphtheria. Even with treatment, about 1 in 10 people with diphtheria die.
    • Whooping Cough (pertussis) is a highly contagious respiratory tract infection that can become a very serious infection, particularly in infants. People with whooping cough usually spread the disease by coughing or sneezing while in close contact with others, who then breathe in the bacteria that can cause the disease. When babies catch whooping cough, the symptoms can be very serious. Young babies could get pneumonia (lung infection), and many have trouble breathing. About half of babies younger than 1-year-old who get whooping cough end up hospitalized. This infection can cause babies to stop breathing, and a few have even died from the disease.
  • Herpes Zoster
    • This vaccine is recommended for patients aged 50 years and older to protect against the virus that causes shingles and the related complications. The vaccine is a 2 dose serious separated by 2 to 6 months in most patients.
    • Patients previously infected with chickenpox are at risk of developing shingles. Shingles appears as a blistering rash that develops on one side of the face or body, typically scabbing over in 7 to 10 days, and clearing up within 2 to 4 weeks. About 1 to 5 days before the rash appears, people will often have pain, itching, or tingling in the area where the rash will develop. The most common complication is severe pain where the shingles rash was located. Shingles can also involve the eye, possibly leading to a loss of vision.
  • Hepatitis B
    • Hepatitis B vaccination is a 2- or 3- dose series and is recommended for all people who may be exposed to bodily fluids, including people who work in a healthcare setting. Additionally, those who are increased risk of developing hepatitis B infection through social or environmental exposure should receive the vaccine.
    • Hepatitis B is a contagious and serious disease caused by a virus that attacks the liver. The hepatitis B virus (HBV) can cause lifelong infection, cirrhosis (scarring) of the liver, liver cancer, liver failure, and death. HBV spreads through blood or other body fluids that contain small amounts of blood from an infected person. People can spread the virus even when they have no symptoms. The best way to protect against hepatitis B is by getting the hepatitis B vaccine.
  • Meningococcal
    • The quadrivalent meningococcal conjugate vaccine (Menactra® or Menveo®) should be given to adolescents aged 11 or 12 years old with a booster given at age 16 years. Adults at an increased risk of developing meningococcal disease are recommended to receive the vaccine as well.
    • Meningococcal disease is caused by a bacterium called Neisseria meningitidis and is spread from person to person, mainly during close contact with the exchange of respiratory or throat secretions (eg. coughing or kissing), or lengthy contact. Certain people are at increased risk for meningococcal disease, including children, adolescents, and young adults, and other certain environmental conditions. Keeping up to date with recommended vaccinations is the best defense against meningococcal disease.
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
    • The HPV vaccine is recommended for patients between the ages of 9 and 26 years and is given as a 2- or 3- shot series, depending on the age at which you are first vaccinated.
    • HPV is a group of more than 150 related viruses, with some types causing genital warts and cancer, especially cervical cancer. HPV is a very common virus that is transmitted through intimate skin-to-skin contact, with it being the most common sexually transmitted infection. Symptoms can develop years after you have been infected. Though most HPV infections go away on their own, some HPV infections persist. HPV infections that do not go away can cause changes in the cells of the infected area that can lead to genital warts or cancer, which may not have signs or symptoms until it is quite advanced and hard to treat.
  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
    • MMR vaccine is typically given in childhood as a 2 dose series, with one dose given between 12 and 15 months, and the second dose given between 4 and 6 years. Adults with no evidence of immunity to measles, mumps, or rubella are recommended to receive one dose of the MMR vaccine, with certain special populations requiring 2 doses.
    • Measles is a very contagious respiratory (lung) disease spread through the air by cough, sneezing, or breathing respiratory droplets. In addition, a rash starting at the head and spreading to the rest of the body may occur. About 1 in 5 people who develop the measles will be hospitalized, and in serious cases, may result in death.
    • Mumps are spread through respiratory droplets and present with symptoms for roughly 7 to 10 days. Symptoms of mumps can be swollen glands under the jaw or ears, muscle ache, fever, and tiredness.
    • Rubella is spread through respiratory droplets and can present as a low grade fever, rash, aching joints, swollen glands, cough, and runny nose. Though rubella is typically mild in children, it can cause brain infections in rare cases.
  • Tuberculosis Screenings (TB skin tests)
  • Blood Pressure Checks
  • Blood Glucose Checks


State Wellness Center Clinic Hours
101 South Union Street (located within the State Wellness Center)
Montgomery, AL 36104
P: 334-263-8470 | F: 334-263-8660

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SEIB Pharmacy Hours
Monday - Friday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Open at 9 a.m., Thursdays
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

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The State Wellness Center and Pharmacy is located at 101 South Union Street in downtown Montgomery. The Center is on the southeast corner of the intersection of South Union Street and Washington Avenue. We are diagonally across (southeasterly) from the State Capitol. A limited number of parking spaces are provided for our patients behind the Center.


The SEIB State Wellness Center is located in the center of the State of Alabama campus in downtown Montgomery, and is strategically located near the Alabama State Capital, the Alabama State House, and the headquarters of many state agencies, departments, and units where state employees work.

Last Updated: February 23, 2021