UA Athletic Director Mal Moore transferred to Duke Univ. Medical - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

UA Athletic Director Mal Moore transferred to Duke Univ. Medical Center

Mal Moore. Source: WBRC file video Mal Moore. Source: WBRC file video
BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

The Athletic Director for the University of Alabama will soon be admitted to the Duke University Medical Center Wednesday evening.

He is being transferred to the Duke medical center "for follow-up tests" for his heart issues. Moore was admitted to Brookwood Hospital Wednesday morning in Birmingham for "tests and treatment regarding pulmonary problems."

In August of 2012, Moore was admitted to DCH Hospital in Tuscaloosa for an irregular heartbeat. He was released a few days later with his personal physician saying he was "doing fine."

Deborah Lane with the University of Alabama says additional information will be released when available.

Copyright 2013 WBRC. All rights reserved.

  • Trending StoriesTrending StoriesMore>>

  • Suspect in Maryland office park shooting is apprehended

    Suspect in Maryland office park shooting is apprehended

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 10:51 AM EDT2017-10-18 14:51:04 GMT
    Wednesday, October 18 2017 9:31 PM EDT2017-10-19 01:31:56 GMT

    A sheriff's office in northeastern Maryland says it is on the scene of a shooting at an office park.

    More >>

    A sheriff's office in northeastern Maryland says it is on the scene of a shooting at an office park.

    More >>
  • Police warn of new gift card scam

    Police warn of new gift card scam

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 7:37 AM EDT2017-10-18 11:37:16 GMT
    (Source: Blue Ash Police Department)(Source: Blue Ash Police Department)

    Blue Ash Police are sending out a warning about a new gift card scam popping up in the area.

    More >>

    Blue Ash Police are sending out a warning about a new gift card scam popping up in the area.

    More >>
  • Dyslexia possibly caused by treatable eye deformity

    Dyslexia possibly caused by treatable eye deformity

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 2:17 PM EDT2017-10-18 18:17:40 GMT
    Wednesday, October 18 2017 3:32 PM EDT2017-10-18 19:32:54 GMT

    The eyes of dyslexic subjects were different from the eyes of non-dyslexic subjects, which could be the cause of the disorder. There may also be a treatment.

    More >>

    The eyes of dyslexic subjects were different from the eyes of non-dyslexic subjects, which could be the cause of the disorder. There may also be a treatment.

    More >>
Powered by Frankly