• Hoover, Alabama
  • 5330 Stadium Trace Parkway, Suite 150, Hoover, AL
  • 205-968-1518
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Hoover, Alabama
  • Serving children, adolescents, and adult patients from ages 6-40. • During the COVID-19 pandemic we are expanding our telehealth services to patients. Most appointments will be through telehealth. Please contact the office for more information regarding your telehealth insurance benefits. • All in-office visits will require the patient where a mask. • If you have been sick with fever or respiratory symptoms in the last two weeks or have been in contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19, please do not make an appointment in the office. • Adult patients should come alone. Pediatric patient visits are limited to one caregiver.
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  • 5330 Stadium Trace Parkway, Suite 150
  • Hoover, AL
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  • Monday – Thursday 8am – 5pm, Closed Friday
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Courtney Hoeppner, MSN, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC
Courtney Hoeppner, MSN, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC

Courtney Hoeppner, a Kentucky native, is a dual certified Nurse Practitioner in both Family Practice and Mental Health. She earned her graduate degree in Family Practice from Bellarmine University and her Psychiatric Mental Health post-masters certificate at the University of Kentucky. She is board certified by the ANCC and AANP.

With both personal and professional experience with ADHD, Courtney is very passionate about treatment. She has over 5 years of experience as a Nurse Practitioner treating adults and children with ADHD.  She is very excited to be a part of the Focus-MD Hoover team.  Her mission is to provide top quality and compassionate care to her patients.

Courtney is married and has one son. She enjoys spending time with her family and traveling.

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