Hartselle Medical Mall is located in the heart of Hartselle, with six providers offering Primary Care, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Both Imaging and Lab Services are located on-site for Hartselle residents.
Hartselle Medical Mall
301 Pine Street NW
Phone: (256) 973-5500
Dr. Grace Williams is a Hartselle native and received her medical degree from the the University of Alabama School of Medicine and completed a residency in pediatric medicine in Greenville, South Carolina. She and her husband, Andrew, have twin boys and their dog Ellie. She enjoys hiking, quilting, and spending time with family.
Dr. Lindsay Smith is a primary care physician specializing in family medicine. She provides care for all ages from infancy to the elderly. She received her undergraduate degree from UAB and attended medical school at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. Dr. Smith completed her residency at UAB in Huntsville where she worked in the clinic before opening her Hartselle practice in 2011. She and her husband Josh are avid fitness enthusiasts. They enjoy biking, running, Pilates and yoga. Dr. Smith is also a fitness instructor.
Juliana Clark is a certified registered nurse practitioner specializing in travel medicine and primary care. She is board-certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She received her undergraduate degree in nursing from UNA and her nurse practitioner degree from UAH. Julianna has been practicing with Hartselle Family Medicine since 2013 providing travel services, immunizations and vaccinations to those traveling abroad, as well as primary care. She, her husband and their three children enjoy cooking and entertaining as a family.
Group services are available for mission trips and school vacations. She’ll want to see your pictures!
Katie Bonar joined Hartselle Family Practice as a Nurse Practitioner in 2020. She received her undergraduate degree and her advanced degree from the University of Alabama at Huntsville. Katie is certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Before joining Hartselle Family Practice, she worked for eight years as a surgical trauma ICU nurse and before that as a cardiac care nurse. Katie is married with two children. She enjoys life on the farm-riding her RZR, dirt bikes, and horses.
Dr. Sarah Styers is a native of Morgan County and a graduate of Austin High School where she played flute in the band. She studied biology and art at Birmingham Southern College before attending medical school and completing a residency at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. Dr. Styers is board-certified in internal medicine and pediatrics, and enjoys caring for the whole family. She is mother to one dog and four donkeys. She loves to paint, bake, ride motorcycles and bushhog.
Bio and photo coming soon!