In 1977, Dr.
James W. Middleton, Jr. started his practice in Munfordville,
Kentucky as “James W. Middleton, Jr., PSC”.
Middleton is a graduate of the University of Louisville
school of Medicine and trained in family practice at
Trover Clinic in Madisonville, Kentucky. He holds a Ph.D.
degree from the University of Kentucky and is a member of
the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Dr. Middleton was
inducted into the 2003-2004 Byrd High Alumini Hall of Fame in
Shreveport, Louisiana. He is one of 104 graduates of C.E. Byrd
High School to have had this honor since 1925.
1980, Dr. Middleton and Dr.
Salisbury were married and Dr.
Salisbury joined the practice.
As a pediatrician, Dr. Salisbury added a dimension to the
practice that was very much needed in our community, which is
taking care of children from newborn until 18 years of age.
Salisbury is a graduate of the University of Louisville School of
Medicine and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
She trained in pediatrics at Norton Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky and is also trained in allergy and does allergy testing.
1999, FMC saw an increasing demand for another
Pediatrician. Dr. Ann Marie Hemmer then joined our
practice to help with this area. She is a graduate of the
University of Kentucky School of Medicine. She is a member
of the America Academy of Pediatrics and the Children’s
Health Center Task Force. She received her training at the
Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon.
Family Medical Center has grown over the years because it has
recognized and met the needs of the community and its patients.
to the needs of the patients is still the highest priority of the
Family Medical Center, and we expect this dedication will mean
continued expansion of our services in the future.
August of 2003 Jennifer Hamilton Briggs joined our staff as
a family practice nurse practitioner.
Mrs. Briggs is a native of Barren County having graduated
from Barren County High School.
Mrs. Briggs received her BS in nursing from Western
Kentucky University in 1999 and her Master of Science in nursing
with an emphasis on primary care nurse practitioner in May 2003.
Brandy Pierce, APRN of Green
County Kentucky joined practice in May 2011. Mrs. Pierce comes
to us from Campbellsville University where she has been a
Nursing Instructor and continues to be a Nurse Educator. Mrs.
Pierce practiced as a nurse since 1997 and received her BS in
nursing from Western Kentucky University in 2007 and her Masters
in Science in nursing in 2009.
Christy McKinney, APRN of
Hardin County came to Family Medical Center of Hart County in
July 2016 having worked as a family nurse practitioner as well
as in other specialties. Mrs. McKinney has experience in
pulmonary, critical care medicine, sleep medicine and other
areas. Mrs. McKinney is a native of Barren County, she received
her Bachelor of Science in Nursing in December 2008 and then her
Masters of Science in Nursing in August 2010 from Western