Our Team


Dr. Katie Tucker


Dr. Katie Tucker’s infectious smile and fun, bubbly personality are the first things your kids will notice upon meeting her.  She grew up in a military family that traveled often, finally settling in Russellville, Alabama.  After attending college at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), the Williams Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Hattiesburg, MS, and completing her Pediatric residency at Charleston Area Medical Center in Charleston, WV (where she served as co-Chief Resident, and received the honors of Critical Care Resident of the year and Kenneth A Starling Award), Dr. Tucker knew she wanted to come back home to Northern Alabama. She fell in love with Athens, and looks forward to giving back to her new community. In her spare time, Dr. Tucker enjoys spending time with her husband and their 2 young children, attending sporting events, crafting, baking new recipes, and doing Pilates. Dr. Katie’s motto “What you put into life is what you get out of it” and if you focus on your passions, it motivates you to accomplish your goals. Dr. Katie’s passion is pediatrics, and she is eager to provide the best possible care for the kids of Limestone county and the surrounding areas.


Robin St. Pierre

Nurse Practitioner

Robin is a certified Pediatrics Nurse Practitioner who has been a member of the Athens community for more than 6 years.  Originally from Monroe, Louisiana, where she attended college at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, she completed her master’s degree at Northwestern State University. Robin always has a smile on her face, and her down to earth personality is a hit with patients and their families.  She loves building relationships with her patient families, focusing on the safety, wellness, and their overall mental and physical health. As a wife and mother of 2 children, Robin has been the patient or parent of the patient, and goes by the motto “Never forget what it’s like to be the patient and always treat your patients and their families as you would want to be treated.  She puts herself in her patient’s shoes, anticipating questions, calming fears, being thorough in both examinations and communications with patients and their families. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, trying new foods, hiking, watching movies, volunteering at her church, biking, or any outdoor adventure.  She looks forward to continuing to look after the health and wellness of the children of Athens.