MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - As more businesses recover from tornado damage, they are trying to get information out about their relocation.
Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine on Mobile Infirmary Boulevard is one of them.
Directory of Operations Boyd Pugh told FOX10 News the roof was damaged, windows were broken and the inside of the building has some water damage.
But Pugh wants families to know the clinic is still taking patients, just at a different location.
"We have temporarily relocated on the other side of the infirmary health campus to 1700 Springhill Avenue in the diagnostic and medical clinic," said Pugh.
If you have questions, you're asked to call 435-5437 for more information. Updates will be made on the clinics Facebook page.
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