Jennifer Cole-LPN, Amanda Sanderson-Receptionist, Dr. Jarred Sartain, Amanda Godsey, FNP-C, Lacey Bishop-Medical Assistant
Northwest Primary Care is a full-service primary care clinic providing comprehensive medical care for children and adults. Dr. Jarred Sartain and Nurse Practitioner Amanda Godsey are available to serve patients Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Partial List of Services Provided:
Call 205-487-7556 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
On the afternoon of August 29, Northwest Primary Care celebrated their opening with a ribbon-cutting and reception. Dr. Jarred Sartain, along with his staff and Nurse Practitioner Amanda Godsey, welcomed guests from the Winfield Chamber of Commerce and City Hall as they toured the new clinic and enjoyed snacks and refreshments. Several other guests from the Winfield community attended, as well as some members of the Hospital Board of trustees.
Northwest Primary Care is a full-service primary care clinic providing comprehensive medical care for children and adults. Dr. Jarred Sartain and Nurse Practitioner Amanda Godsey are available to serve patients Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. We welcome Dr. Sartain and Northwest Primary Care to the Northwest Medical Center Team!
Dr. Jarred Sartain
Jarred Sartain M.D. was born and raised in Hamilton, Alabama. He graduated from UAB School of Medicine in 2005. He completed his training in Family Medicine at Tuscaloosa, Alabama in 2008. He is certified with the American Board of Family Medicine.
Dr. Sartain has 14 years experience in the medical field that includes Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Hospital Medicine. He specializes in Primary Care with expanded interests in Wound Care and Office procedures.
Amanda Godsey FNP-C
Nursing has been Amanda Godsey's passion now for 18 years. She loves caring for people and helping them be able to achieve their maximum health benefits throughout their lifetime. In the beginning Amanda worked as an RN with an Associates Degree for 7 years. During that time her profession consisted of working in oncology, medical-surgical unit, intensive care unit, and ER. She was also a charge nurse and supervisor while working in the hospital setting.
She was able to work for Bevill State Community College as a clinical instructor for college students hoping to become nurses. She took great joy in teaching others to do what she has been able to do for years.
Amanda completed her Master's in family practice as a nurse practitioner in December of 2008. Since that time she has worked in primary care and urgent care. She is also a preceptor for nurse practitioner students. She recently received her accreditation in wound care and hyperbaric management.