Our focus is our patients and their well being. We strive to find the underlying cause behind the symptoms, rather than just putting a bandaid over it. We encourage community involvement and love to engage our patients to take ownership of their state of health, and provide in depth education to make sure they understand all of their diagnoses.
Brittany Martinez-Clark has been with the practice for three years. She graduated from North Pontotoc High School in Ecru, Mississippi in 2006 and then pursued her nursing degree's first from ICC, and then from Mississippi University for Women. Brittany worked as a RN at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Oxford, MS in the emergency department and also one on one with the physicians in the Hospitalist group, which prepared her well for both acute and primary care. She also spent some time working in the intensive care unit at NMMC and in the bariatric and orthopedic surgery unit. She graduated in 2015 with her Masters of Science degree in nursing, and began practicing as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Brittany is married to Trent Clark of West Union Mississippi and they have one son, Tristan. She is dedicated to providing compassionate care to each of her patients. Outside of the office, she enjoys Ole Miss Football, knitting, baking, fashion, and reading; but most of all spending time with family and friends. She is planning to pursue her Doctorate in nursing in the near future while working and continuing to serve her patients.
Heather Bishop is originally from Columbus, MS, but now resides in Tupelo. She graduated from New Hope High School in 2003 and then went to Itawamba Community College. While in school, she often stayed with her grandparents here in New Albany. Heather graduated with honors from ICC in 2006 with a degree in Respiratory Care Technology. She worked at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo as a Critical Care Respiratory Therapist for 5 years. While still working night shift at the hospital, she went back to school to further her education in the medical field. She became a Registered Nurse in 2011. She began her career as a nurse working in ICU at Baptist Memorial hospital in Oxford, MS. She later became the rounding nurse for five gastroenterology physicians in Oxford. Heather has a passion for helping others and has always fought for her patients to have the absolute best care. Heather recently graduated from Mississippi University for Women with her Master’s of Science degree in nursing, and began practicing as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Heather is married to Steve Bishop of Tupelo, MS. Together they have 3 fur babies and reside in the heart of downtown Tupelo. Outside of the office, Heather enjoys reading, crafting, painting, and spending time with family.
"The staff at the Family Clinic of New Albany is exceptional. They are very caring and compassionate with their patients and give the best care. They go above and beyond to meet the needs of the community. They have very low wait times and provide quick and convenient service. I would highly recommend their clinic for any acute or chronic medical issues."
"This place has the most caring, compassionate and loving people. They strive to find out what is wrong with you. They even check on you and even pray for you! Great place to go!"
"Very pleased with how thorough the facility is. My family and I choose to be seen here. The best clinic in New Albany."
"Been going there several years & I will say very caring staff & very knowledgeable nurse practitioners."
"I love my clinic, been going there 17 years. They are the best; I love them. Best clinic in New Albany."
"Very concerned about their patients; very nice and the best clinic in town."
"My name is Larry James, I am a Clinical Therapist with the Oxford Counseling Center. I have been a patient with the Family Clinic of New Albany since they opened in 1999. I have received over and beyond a level of care you just don’t find every day. I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes by a Nurse Practitioner that just looked and me and ordered a Hemoglobin A-1C test that confirmed her diagnosis. I was encouraged to lose at least 50 pounds and through a change in diet and medication my diabetes is under control as well as my blood pressure. If you are considering the family Clinic for your future medical needs look no further."