Dr. Campbell is board certified in family medicine and a native of Arab. Upon graduation from Arab High School, Dr. Campbell completed his undergraduate degree at Birmingham Southern College. He then earned his MD from UAB School of Medicine in 2006 and completed his family medicine residency in Tuscaloosa in 2009.
Dr. Campbell and his wife, Jessica, have resided in Guntersville since 2009. They have three children, two daughters and one son. In his free time Dr. Campbell enjoys being outdoors, hunting and fishing. He also enjoys coaching his children in little league baseball and youth soccer.
Dr. Gates is board certified in Family Medicine. She was born and raised in Carrollton, AL and is a 2009 graduate of Pickens Academy. She received a bachelor of science in both Biology and Chemistry from Judson College in 2012, a master of Public Health from UAB in 2014, and her medical degree from UAB in 2018. She completed her residency training from the UAB-Huntsville Family Medicine program at Huntsville Hospital in 2021. Dr. Gates enjoys the broad scope of primary care and enjoys continuity of care in both the outpatient and inpatient setting.
Dr. Gates moved to Guntersville after marrying Guntersville native, Clark Alves. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two dogs, Gunner and Jolene. Other hobbies include spoiling her niece and nephew, gardening and canning, raising chickens, reading, and traveling to new places.
Cheryl graduated with honors from Jacksonville State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing. She went on to earn her master's degree from The University of Alabama in Huntsville. She is board certified in Family Medicine.
Before her career began at Lakeside North, she worked in the cardiac stepdown and intensive care unit at St. Vincent's East in Birmingham. She has been an employee of Lakeside North for 2 years.
Cheryl and her husband, Marty, now reside in her hometown of Douglas. On her off days, she enjoys relaxing with her Yorkie, Muffin, and spending time with her family and friends.
Rachel received her master’s degree from Auburn University with a specialty in Family Medicine. Before pursing her master’s, Rachel earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Alabama Huntsville.
Prior to becoming a Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner, Rachel worked as a registered nurse and office manager here at Lakeside North. She has been an employee of Lakeside North for 10 years.
Rachel is a native of Guntersville. She currently resides in Albertville, with her husband Brandon and their two children, Evelyn and Maverick. In her spare time, Rachel enjoys spending time with family, attending church activities traveling and reading.
Whitney received her master’s degree from Auburn University with a specialty in Family Medicine. Before pursing her master’s degree, Whitney earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Auburn University as well.
Prior to becoming a Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner, Whitney worked as a registered nurse for two years in the neurosurgical ICU and one year in the post-anesthesia care unit. She is in her first year as an employee of Lakeside North.
Whitney is a native of Guntersville. She currently resides in Madison, with her husband Spencer and their beloved bloodhound Melba. In her spare time, Whitney enjoys cooking, going to church, snuggling with her dog, and spending quality time with family and friends.
Hollie graduated from Douglas High School in 2012, then attended Snead State Community College where she obtained her associates degree in nursing in 2015. She then received her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of Alabama in 2016. She earned her master’s degree from the University of South Alabama as a Family Medicine Nurse Practitioner.
Hollie has several years of experience in the healthcare field since first becoming a registered nurse in 2015. She is in her first year as an employee of Lakeside North.
Hollie is married to her high school sweetheart, Taylor. The two are currently living in the Albertville area and have been married for four years.