Dr. David Chupp

David Chupp received his Doctorate of Medicine degree from Emory University School of Medicine in 1992 and is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society.  He completed his residency through Harvard’s primary care track program at Children’s Hospital of Boston.  He then moved to Guntersville to join Dr. Packard at Marshall County Pediatrics in 1995. 
 
Dr. Chupp is married to Shirley Lanham Chupp.  Shirley taught in the Guntersville School System when they first moved to Alabama, but she has since completed her Master’s Degree from Asbury Seminary and has served as a Pastoral Counselor and as Director for Marshall County Homeless Ministries. David and Shirley have 3 children and 5 grandchildren.   Their oldest son, Jeffrey, is married to the former Julia Evans of Guntersville, and they have 3 children  “Trey” (David Jeffrey Chupp III), Kate, and Samuel.  They reside in Rome, Georgia where Jeffrey is a computer programming consultant.  Andrew Chupp is married to the former Meredith Godwin of Cumming, Georgia.  They have two children, Benjamin and Laura, and they live in Bloomington, Indiana, where Andrew is an Assistant Economics Professor at the University of Indiana.  David and Shirley’s youngest child, Meriel, attends Covenant College where she is a captain of the volleyball team.
 
The Chupps enjoy living in a small town and taking part in the community events of Marshall County.  David and Shirley were named “Humanitarians of the Year” in 2014 by the Marshall County Interagency Council for their work with “Room in the Inn” a homeless ministry in Marshall County.  David has served in the past as interim music minister and also as praise team leader at local churches.   David has also been involved in many productions at the Wholebackstage in Guntersville. He has written or co-written 4 musicals for local theater. David and Shirley have also participated in foreign mission projects and have done medical mission work in Mexico, Guatemala, Ecuador, and Ghana.  

 

Dr. Chupp was recognized by his peers for his service to the children of Alabama with the “Master Pediatrician” award by the State Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics in 2017.  He considers it an even greater honor to have the opportunity to see children that were once his patients now coming back as parents with their own children as patients at Marshall County Pediatrics.

Dr. Jones is a native of Huntsville, Alabama and a graduate of Virgil I. Grissom High School. He attended Auburn University where he earned both a B.S. degree in Zoology and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) degree. He practiced small animal veterinary medicine in Huntsville for four years before deciding to pursue a career in human medicine. He graduated from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine in 2004. Prior to graduating, Dr. Jones received the Excellent Patient Communications Award. He completed his Pediatric Residency at the University of South Alabama’s Children’s and Women’s Hospital in June of 2007. He is a board certified pediatrician.

 

Dr. Jones has been working at Marshall County Pediatrics, P.C. since completing his residency. He and his wife, Jennifer, have four wonderful children: Jack, Abby Kaye, Mallory and Spencer. He enjoys spending time with his family, cooking and tinkering with his two antique British cars. Dr. Jones continues to work part time as a small animal veterinarian in Huntsville.

 

Dr. Jones considers practicing pediatric medicine to be a privilege and works to provide knowledgeable, compassionate care to every family. He is dedicated to providing the best care possible for the patients of Marshall County Pediatrics, P.C.

Dr. Don Jones

Dr. Sarah Rhodes

I graduated from Scottsboro High School and then attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham. I remained in Birmingham for medical school and graduated from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in 2007. I then completed my residency through UAB at the Children’s Hospital of Alabama in Birmingham in 2010 and I am board certified in Pediatrics.

 

I have been working at Marshall County Pediatrics, P.C. since completing my residency. My husband, Brad, and I started our own family after moving to Guntersville. We have a son, Parker (2011) and a daughter Madison (2014), who are both special little blessings and an endless source of joy!

 

I wanted to be a physician since I was a young girl of about 7 years of age. Like many who go into this field, my goal is to make a difference. In my opinion, there is no other area of medicine that makes a more lasting difference than a pediatrician. There are so many wonderful opportunities to teach, mentor and guide both the children and their families over the many years of seeing them come in for both check-ups and sick visits. There is really nothing better than watching a small infant grow and develop over time into a healthy young adult except to have the privilege of playing a role in that process! I have always enjoyed my career, but after becoming a parent too, I think it makes my job even more special. I now realize how wonderful and challenging parenting can be and consider it an honor each time a parent chooses me to partner with them in taking care of their own children.

Dr. Ewing was born and raised on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and graduated from Mississippi State University with a B.S. in microbiology. She then attended medical school at the University of Mississippi where she met and married her husband, Dr. Gideon Ewing. They now have two beautiful children.

She completed her pediatric residency at Vanderbilt University in 2007 and she received the Outstanding Pediatric Intern award during her time there. She is board certified in pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

 

Dr. Ewing was blessed to begin her career in private practice in 2007. She enjoys all aspects of pediatric care, from birth through the teen years. She is happy to see your family and looks forward to watching them grow.

Dr. Alicia Ewing

Dr. Laura Grostick

Dr. Grostick is native to the Birmingham area and graduated from Jefferson County International Baccalaureate School. She received her Bachelor's of Chemical Engineering from Auburn University in 2003, then attended the University of Alabama School of Medicine before continuing at UAB for pediatrics residency. Having held the position of assistant professor of pediatrics at UAB Huntsville Campus from 2010-2015, she is board certified in pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

 

Dr. Grostick and her family moved to Marshall County in May of 2015. Her husband, Dr. Roan Gannon, will be completing his residency training in Family Medicine and is joining a local practice in summer 2015. Their daughters, Eleanor and Isabella, love playing outside and swimming.

 

Dr. Grostick enjoys seeing children of all ages and considers being a pediatrician a blessing and privilege. As a mother, she understands the worry of a new parent and the challenges of taking care of a sick child. She looks forward to working with families to provide comprehensive, quality care for the children of Marshall County.

Dr. Bishop grew up in Chelsea, AL, and attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham, receiving her bachelor's degree in biology. She then continued her education at the University of Alabama School of Medicine, graduating in 2012. In 2015 she completed her pediatric residency at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis, which allowed her to train at both Le Bonheur and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. She began practicing at Marshall County Pediatrics upon completing residency. She is a board certified pediatrician and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.

 

Dr. Bishop was fortunate enough to marry her high school sweetheart, Noah. They have two amazing boys, Oliver and Henry. The Bishops now consider Marshall County home, and enjoy traveling, spending time on the lake, and all things Disney. 

 

Dr. Bishop is excited to provide excellent pediatric care to the families of Marshall County. She recognizes the great privilege and responsibility it is to care for your children and family and is grateful for the opportunity to do so.

Dr. Amber Bishop

Maegan Garmany

C.R.N.P.

I am a graduate of Boaz High School. I attended Gadsden State Community College where I received my Associates Degree in Nursing in 1998 and was then licensed as a Registered Nurse through the Alabama Board of Nursing. I was working as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Department when I decided that I wanted to have a more positive impact on the lives of my patients and be proactive in their care, instead of only treating them at the time of illness. I then attended the University of Alabama in Huntsville where I obtained my Bachelors Degree in Nursing, and later, my Masters of Science in Nursing, with my focus in the Family Nurse Practitioner program. In 2004, I received my Board Certification and was licensed as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse.

 

I am Board Certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner. I have worked as a Family Nurse Practitioner in the Marshall County community since 2004 and have directed care for patients across the lifespan, from newborns to the elderly. Prior to becoming a Nurse Practitioner, I worked as a Registered Nurse in the Marshall Medical Center South Emergency Department. I have been working here at Marshall County Pediatrics, P.C. since 2010.

 

While working in the Family Practice area, I discovered that I really enjoy working with pediatric patients. I enjoy watching these children and families grow, and being a positive influence in their lives. It is very rewarding to be able to discuss with and teach parents what they can expect as their children grow and to be able to answer questions and provide reassurance during times of illness. As a parent myself, this is something that I greatly appreciated regarding the care of my own child. Every day is an adventure when working with children; you never know what they are going to say.

 

My husband and I have chosen to make our home in Boaz. We have one daughter that keeps us laughing and always on our toes. I enjoy reading and gardening and am active in the Children's Ministry at our church.

I grew up in Duck Springs, Alabama and graduated from Sardis High School in 2003.  After high school, I attended Snead State Community College and was a part of the first Registered Nursing program at Snead. I graduated from Snead in 2006 with my Associates Degree in Nursing and began working at Gadsden Regional Hospital as an R.N.  Shortly after starting at GRMC, I enrolled in the Bachelor’s of Nursing program at Jacksonville State University.  I graduated from JSU in August 2007 with my Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.  In August 2011, I was accepted into graduate school at the University of Alabama in
Huntsville. I graduated with my Master’s Degree in Family Nurse Practitioner in December 2012. After passing my Boards, I happily accepted a position with Marshall County Pediatrics in

February of 2013.
 
I married my best friend Barry Miller in May of 2007.  We live in Aroney, right outside of Boaz.  Barry and I have three beautiful little boys, Hayden, Marshall, and Easton.  They bring so much love and happiness to our lives.
 
It is a pleasure being able to care for the children of Marshall County. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the other providers and staff here at Marshall County Pediatrics over
the last few years and hope to continue working here for many more. The Lord has truly blessed me and my family!

Lindsay Miller

C.R.N.P.