Urology Health Foundation                                   



Our Mission

Dr. Thomas E. MoodyThe Urology Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2003 by the Birmingham urologist Dr. Thomas E. Moody. Its purposes are to educate physicians and other medical professionals in new techniques and procedures being used in the field of urology and to provide general patient education and screening for urological diseases free of charge. 

For the past several years, a large part of our work has been devoted to promoting public awareness about prostate cancer and to providing  free prostate cancer screenings across the State of  Alabama, especially in underserved areas that are at highest risk. Our goal is simple: to save lives. Please read more about us and how you, too, can help with this important work. Thank you!

Tour de Blue

Tour de Blue:
Cycling for Prostate Cancer Awareness

in support of the Urology Health Foundation

Saturday  April 30, 2016


WebMD Award

WebMD the Magazine honored UHF founder and President Dr. Thomas Moody as one of its 2011 Health Heroes. According to WebMD, these awards are intended to "celebrate visionary Americans who met a health challenge and gave back to others in an inspiring way."

Dr. Thomas Moody honored as 2011 WebMD Health Hero

UHF President Dr. Thomas Moody with legendary marathoner Bill Rodgers at the Talladega Half Marathon held on September 16, 2012. This race benefits the UHF and its prostate cancer screening and awareness efforts across Alabama.
Upcoming Screenings

Free Prostate Cancer Screenings Offered By UHF

In 2016 UHF will hold free prostate cancer screenings
in these Alabama counties:

2016 Screening Schedule At a Glance

Feb 6 - Pickens Cty
Mar 19 - Pike Cty
Apr 2 - Lowndes Cty
Apr 16 - Sumter Cty
May 21 - Butler Cty
Jun 18 - Dallas Cty
Jul 12 - Madison Cty
Aug 13 - Monroe Cty
Sep 17 - Perry Cty
Oct 8 - Hale Cty
  Oct 29 - Wilcox Cty
Nov 19 - Marengo Cty

Patient Transportation

The Urology Health Foundation offers transportation assistance to qualified prostate cancer screening participants who need transportation to distant sites in order to receive follow-up testing, medical consultations, treatment, or post-treatment care.

Please contact the UHF for more information about this important program.

From Our Photo Gallery

Dr. Larry Robey at the Madison County screening

Dr. Larry Robey (center), Health Officer for the Madison County Health Department, is shown here with Drs. Thomas Moody and George Adams at the free prostate cancer screening held in Madison County, Alabama. A total of 162 men were screened for prostate cancer that day.

Latest News

On August 13, 2016, UHF screened 155 men free for prostate cancer in Monroe County, Alabama. Since 2007, UHF has screened over 9,000 men free for prostate cancer in 19 Alabama counties (highlighted in blue).

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