View the Attached Documents Concerning Visitation

We are now able to allow one visitor per patient, effective starting October 2nd, with the exception of those suspected to have COVID-19. Passing a COVID screening will allow entry as a visitor to our hospital. View Governor Ivey's Declaration of Rights, as well as Anniston's and Stringfellow's revised visitation policies, in the document below.

View Visitation Guidelines and Rights (.pdf)

Our Physicians

Find the right care you need with the right doctor at the right hospital.

Allison Crabtree, CRNP

Occupational Health


Allison Crabtree, CRNP, earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The University of Alabama, Huntsville, a Master of Science in Nursing from The University of Alabama, Birmingham, and is currently completing course work in a Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Jacksonville State University. Ms. Crabtree is board certified in family practice by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and licensed as an Advanced Practice Nurse by the state of Alabama. She is nationally registered as a certified medical examiner with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. As a nurse practitioner, she has experience in family practice, post-acute and long-term care medicine, health promotion and wellness, and occupational and industrial medicine. She also functions as a DOT examiner on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.


Medical Education

BSN - University of Alabama
Currently pursuing her PhD in Nursing - JSU



Board Certification

Family Practice Certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
AL Advanced Practice Nurse
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Certified Medical Examiner
DOT Examiner

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