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Officials release list of AL facilities that received NECC products

MADISON COUNTY, AL (WBRC) -

The Alabama Department of Health has released the list of 44 Alabama facilities that received products from the New England Compounding Center (NECC).

The center's products are under scrutiny after officials realized that some of NECC's steroids had been contaminated and are believed to have caused meningitis in some patients.

In a press conference Wednesday, the ADPH stressed that to date there has been no confirmation that any of the contaminated steroids had reached Alabama, nor had their been any cases of patients treated in Alabama falling ill.

However, state health officials said that 19 Alabamians treated outside of the state had been injected with what they believed to be the recalled steroids. One of those patients has passed away and officials are awaiting an official cause of death. Eleven are doing well, one more is being monitored and health officials were trying to follow up with six more patients.

Alabama Facilities that received any NECC product, including those from all three recalls.

Andalusia Regional Hospital, Andalusia

Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center, Anniston

Atmore Community Hospital, Atmore

Healthcare Authority for UAB Medical West, Bessemer

Alabama Pain Physicians, Birmingham

Baptist Medical Center-Princeton, Birmingham

Birmingham Surgery Center, Birmingham

Brookwood Medical Center, Birmingham

Children's Hospital, Birmingham

Ginsburg Dermatology Center, Birmingham

Montclair Dermatology, Birmingham

Premier Plastic Surgery Center-AL, Birmingham

Rousso Facial Plastic Surgery, Birmingham

St. Vincent's Hospital, Birmingham

St. Vincent's Hospital Outpatient Surgery, Birmingham

Trinity Medical Center, Birmingham

Veterans Medical Center-GALA, Birmingham

Cullman Regional Medical Center, Cullman

Parkway Medical Center, Decatur

Dothan Surgery Center, Dothan

Flowers Hospital, Dothan

Southeast Alabama Medical Center, Dothan

Southeast Eye Clinic, Dothan

Surgery Center South, Dothan

Medical Center Enterprise, Enterprise

Gulf Health Hospital, Fairhope

South Baldwin Regional Medical Center, Foley

Eliza Coffee Memorial Hospital, Florence

DeKalb Regional Medical Center, Fort Payne

Gadsden Regional Medical Center, Gadsden

Marion Regional Medical Center, Hamilton

Huntsville Hospital, Huntsville

Alabama Outpatient Surgery Center, Jasper

Alabama Orthopaedic Clinic, PC, Mobile

Mobile Infirmary, Mobile

Mobile Surgery Center, Mobile

Springhill Medical Center-Cardio, Mobile

Central Alabama Pain Management Center, Montgomery

Jackson Hospital and Clinic, Montgomery

The Surgery Center, Oxford

Bigelow Cosmetic Surgery Center, Scottsboro

Vaughan Regional Medical Center, Selma

Lanier Health Services, Valley

Brookwood Dermatology, Vestavia Hills

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