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Dr. Sarah PolowSarah Polow, DO

One of Dr. Polow’s favorite things about living in Northwest Georgia are the mountains. She lives on 250 acres, bordering a national forest and state park, but is still close to the office. Dr. Polow is married to Mark Heidt, her husband of 38 years and a master cabinet maker and fine woodworker. They have two adult sons, Josiah and Zeb, and two grandchildren, Luxana and Remy. Dr. Polow enjoys gardening, traveling, camping, kayaking, and scrapbooking. Her favorite place to travel is anywhere she has not been before.



Northlake Regional Medical Center in Tucker, Georgia

Medical School

Des Moines University Osteopathic Medical Center in Iowa

  • Family Medicine
  • Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Vickie ChapmanVickie Chapman, RNC, FNP-C

Vickie is a lifelong resident of Murray County. She and her husband, Mark, have three children and five grandchildren. Vickie loves the small-town culture of living in Northwest Georgia because it allows her to feel connected to community and family. She enjoys quilting, collecting and refurbishing vintage sewing machines, and helping local animal rescues and shelters save dogs. Vickie has two rescue dogs herself, Molly, a 12-year-old Corgi-mix, and Rocky, a 3-year-old mixed breed.


Master of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner

North Georgia College and State University in Dahlonega

Cinthia CoxCinthia Cox, FNP

Cinthia and her husband of 14 years, Weston, have two young sons and a daughter on-the-way. The mountains are one of the things Cinthia most loves about living in Northwest Georgia. “It is a breath-taking view when I drive to work in the morning and get to see Grassy and Fort Mountain on my way in,” she said.

Some of Cinthia’s interests include spending time with her family, watching movies, and doing yoga. Her favorite places to travel are the Caribbean and Disney World with her children. “My personal mission statement is to be used by God in whatever way He calls me,” said Cinthia.


Master of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner

Kennesaw State University

Guy GoodnessGuy Goodness, FNP-C

Originally from Southern Indiana, Guy and his wife now reside in Ooltewah, Tennessee. Some of his favorite things about living in the Southeast Tennessee-North Georgia region are the mountains, rivers, and streams, which create a beautiful outdoor landscape to run bike, camp, and hike. “Being from Southern Indiana, we just have small hills and a lot of farmland. It is very inspiring to live in this region,” said Guy.

Guy credits the small-community atmosphere as the reason why it seems easier to find personal connections with people. “We treat the WHOLE person,” he said.

Some of Guy’s interests include spending time with his wife, running, camping, and hiking. He also enjoys traveling, and one of him and his wife’s favorite places to travel is Colorado.


Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner

Southern Adventist University

Tracy HooperTracy Hooper, MSN, FNP-BC

Tracy loves the mountain scenery found by living in Northwest Georgia. “I love the people and the small-town atmosphere you can’t find in a big city,” she said. “But those are close by, so you can visit and come back home to relax.”

Tracy and her husband of 27 years, Dwayne, have four sons and one daughter, including three adopted children. They have a rescue Labrador named Jackson, horses, cattle, and chickens. Tracy enjoys cooking, gardening, decorating, and volunteering, and she is specifically passionate about doing medical mission trips with Clinicians of the World. “I love to explore God’s world, see new places, meet new people, and experience new cultures,” said Tracy.


Master of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner

Kennesaw State University


Gordon Hospital
1035 Red Bud Rd
Calhoun, GA 30701
(706) 629-2895