Amy Shirley is board certified as a Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. She is originally from McCalla, AL where she attended McAdory High School and graduated as Valedictorian of her class. She has been a resident of Tuscaloosa since 2003 when she came to the University of Alabama to pursue a degree in Nursing.
After graduating with a Bachelor's in Nursing in 2007, Amy began working at Princeton Baptist in Birmingham where she worked in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit for seven years. There she cared for patients suffering from a wide variety of cardiac illnesses. While she loved the care she was able to provide these patients, Amy felt like she was being called to serve patients in a different capacity. She graduated with a Masters degree in Nursing in 2014 from UAB and returned to Tuscaloosa to work as a Nurse Practitioner. She began her professional career at MedCenter South where she worked for four years as a Nurse Practitioner.
Dr. Amy Bigham is a professor at Samford University and previously worked at the University of Alabama where she taught in the Capstone College of Nursing program. In addition, Amy works as a family nurse practitioner at the DCH Emergency Department and now part-time with Allegra Family Clinic.
Amy Bigham has a dedication and love for God. She is a praise team member at New Beginnings. Her favorite scripture is Psalm 139.
Dr. Tonya Shanahan is a professor at Samford University and previously worked at the University of Alabama where she taught for five years in the Capstone College of Nursing program. In addition, Tonya works as a family nurse practitioner certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). She has practiced for Maude Whatley Health Services since 2008 serving patients in a health provider shortage area. Her professional interests include managing chronic disease, developing innovative health care delivery programs, and working with interdisciplinary teams. Currently, she is completing a Certificate of Advanced Education in Obesity Medicine. This additional training will provide extensive knowledge of evidence-based obesity treatment approaches and show her patients and ongoing commitment to health. Tonya enjoys connecting with people, spending time with family, leading women's small groups, and cooking. She receives support from her husband and family.
Dr. Noah Lott, MD is a Family Medicine Specialist in Tuscaloosa, AL and has over 12 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from University of Alabama At Birmingham medical school in 2008. He is affiliated with medical facilities Cullman Regional Medical Center and DCH Regional Medical Center. Although Dr. Lott is very busy working at the DCH emergency department, he also spends alot of time at Allegra Clinic and is available many times via in-office video conferencing.
Dr. Steven Coppock, MD is a Family Medicine Specialist in Tuscaloosa, AL. He is affiliated with medical facilities DCH Regional Medical Center and Fayette Medical Center. Although Dr. Coppock is very busy working at the DCH emergency department, he also spends alot of time at Allegra Clinic and is available many times via in-office video conferencing.
Randi Hatton is board certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She is a native of the Tuscaloosa area and attended the University of Alabama where she received her undergraduate degree from the Capstone College of Nursing in 2006. Randi attended the Moffett and Sanders School of Nursing at Samford University where she received her Doctor of Nursing Practice-Family Nurse Practitioner degree.
Randi is married to Dustin who works in the Tuscaloosa County School System. They enjoy traveling, sporting events, and spending time on Lake Tuscaloosa. They are also members of University Church of Christ. Randi has a passion for serving others, especially through foreign missions to Guatemala. She has a love for all people and feels blessed to be a healthcare provider to those in the Northport and Tuscaloosa communities.