New Hope Children's Clinic Blog

Cindi Williamson

Cindi Williamson - Version 2


Cindi Williamson joins the Clinic as the Executive Director and takes over management of the budget, administration, staff, programs and expansion.  She will also focus on raising awareness of the clinic’s mission-“ to increase the access to medical care for local children.”  This includes fundraising and organizing special events.

Cindi spent five years with the EarlyWorks Foundation as its Special Events Coordinator.  She helped plan and manage events like the Whistle Stop Festival and Santa’s Village both in downtown Huntsville.  Prior to that Cindi worked as a reporter, anchor and producer at WAFF-48 in Huntsville.

Most recently she was a stay-at-home mom and “professional” volunteer.  Cindi served on the Board of Directors for the Hampton Cove Parent Teacher Association for eight years, the last two years as President.

Cindi is a graduate of Auburn University. She and her husband, Sean, have three children and attend Cornerstone Presbyterian Church in Huntsville.  She is excited about meeting New Hope families, getting involved in the community and making sure that every child receives the best care possible at the NHCC.

Clinic is closed Thursday

The Children’s Clinic will be closed on Thursday, August 7.  We are holding mandatory medical training all day.  Sorry for any inconvenience this is causing.

Immunization Update

Please be aware that the satellite office of the Madison County Health Department at the New Hope Children’s Clinic will be giving Immunizations, as normal, this Friday, August 1st.

They will NOT be giving shots on the following 3 Fridays:  Aug 8, Aug 15, and Aug 22.  Immunizations will resume on August 29.

If you need Immunizations during Aug 8 – Aug 22, you will have to go to the main office in Huntsville located at 301 Max Luther Drive.