Dr. Jones, a native of Louisiana, received her undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. She received her MD from Louisiana State University Medical School in New Orleans, Louisiana. She completed her pediatrics residency at Arkansas Children’s Hospital residency program in 2005, and started practicing general pediatrics. She is now excited to join Focus MD to exclusively treat ADHD in children, which has always been an area of interest for her. She is passionate about serving the children in this community by providing the best diagnosis and treatment of ADHD possible.
Dr. Jones is married to Dr. Jeffrey Jones, an emergency medicine physician at Grandview Medical Center. They have 5 wonderful children and a dog. She enjoys spending time with her family when she isn’t working. She also loves doing short-term mission trips with her husband and children to Kenya yearly.
Dr. Bullock was born and reared in Hoover, Alabama. He is a proud graduate of W.A. Berry High School (now Hoover High School) and has been involved at various levels with the Sports Medicine team with his Alma Mater. Dr. Bullock spends his time with his wife Stacie, and his 6 children. Two of his children, Manny and Ella, are adopted from Guatamala, which he claims as his home away from home. After graduating from Samford University, Dr. Bullock studied Public Health and Epidemiology which he now applies to treating attention-related syndromes such as ADHD. Dr. Bullock went to medical school at Nova-Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine in Miami, Florida and graduated from the Medical College of Georgia Family Medicine Residency program in 2001.
Dr. Bullock has served the families of Hoover, Bessemer, McCalla, and Sylacauga since 2001 and over the years has evolved the practice into treating ADHD almost exclusively.
Dr. Bullock is proud to be a part of Focus-MD Hoover, bringing the highest level of evidence-based treatment to adults and children with attention deficit disorders.
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