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Who's at risk? Adults over 65, children under 4, people with existing medical problems such as heart disease, and people without access to air conditioning.

What can you do? Stay cool by finding air-conditioned shelter, avoid direct sunlight, wear lightweight or light-colored clothing, and take cool showers or baths. Do not rely on a fan as your primary cooling device.
Stay hydrated. Drink more water than usual and do not wait until your thirsty to drink more fluids, avoid alcohol or liquids containing high amounts of sugar, and please remind others to drink enough water. 

Stay informed by checking local news for extreme heat alerts and safety tips and learn the symptoms of heat illness."
  • A smiling physician and nurse: Brewton Medical Center Physician on-call clinic. Walk-ins welcome. For your daytime primary and urgent care needs. Your copay is due at the time of your visit. Please bring all medications, including vitamins, to each visit. Please contact the office three days prior for any written prescriptions.
  • Front view of Brewton Medical Center: Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The lab is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The OB/GYN is open from Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Angelica Williams, CRNP wearing black scrubs. To find out more, ask your physician or call 251-809-3130. We do not take the place of your primary care physician. A healthcare team who really listen to you taking time to understand your unique situation and needs. The wellness clinic works closely with the physician and office staff as an extended care team. We provide annual wellness visits required by insurances, transitional care coordination, and population health analytics. If you receive a call form our wellness clinic, this is because your physician has entrusted us to provide the services required by your insurance.
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  • A smiling family of four; a dad, mom, a young daughter and a baby son.
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Elizabeth J. Low, M.D.


Family Medicine

Biography


Contact Info:

Office:

251-809-3150

Fax:

251-809-3155

Facility/Office:

1121 Belleville Avenue
Brewton, Alabama 36426

Biography:

Elizabeth J. Low, MD was born in Brewton. She graduated from the University of South Alabama in 1982. She received Physicians Recognition Award from AMA every 3 years for 50 hours CME/year. There are only 12 hours required each year. She has been in the medical field for 27 years. She decided to become a physician after watching her father, Dr. Robert Low, and being around medicine growing up.

She advises all medical students to take basic science courses, but also take liberal arts in college. To make an appointment with Dr. Low, please call 251-809-3150; fax# 251-809-3155.

More/Other Information:

Accepting New Patients
Accepting Pediatric Patients (under 18)