New Markert Clinic is a rural satellite clinic operating as a family practice. We provide pediatric and adult medical care to more than 3,000 patients annually. NMC is strategically located in a rural community in northeast Madison County close to the Tennessee State Line. NMC has the current capacity for 2 medical providers (physician and mid-level). Plans for this site include a new facility with a capacity for 3 medical providers and 1 dental provider.
New Market is part of the Huntsville Metro Area, located about 20 miles northeast of Huntsville.
Huntsville has an excellent quality of life, a low cost of living, and a diverse community. In 2021, U.S. News & World Report named Huntsville the #1 Best Affordable Place to Live and #3 Best Place to Live in the Country. Forbes has named Huntsville one of the Top 20 Leading Metros for Business and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has named Huntsville one of the country’s Top 10 Cities for Raising Families.
Mountains, lakes, woodlands, and the Tennessee River accommodate numerous recreational activities. A temperate climate enhances the season for outdoor sports, including world-class golf, hiking, biking, and fishing. Major concerts, Broadway and symphony performances, extensive permanent collections, and traveling exhibitions contribute to a wonderful way of life.
Huntsville is a fast-growing metro area and is projected to surpass Birmingham to become the largest metro area in Alabama in the near future. Thanks to the high-tech and defense sectors, many of the region's residents hail from other parts of the country and the world, making Huntsville a more diverse community than other similarly sized metro areas in the Deep South.
Huntsville’s uncongested roadways mean spending less time getting home and more time enjoying life. Compared to the average commute in the United States, Huntsville residents save 35 hours or 4.5 workdays a year. From Whole Foods to Apple, Uber to Google Fiber, whatever you can find in a bigger city you can almost certainly find in Huntsville. The key to living in Huntsville is the friendships made over a craft beer, a night on the town, or an entrepreneurial brainstorming session with the rocket scientist next door. And for those occasional urges to fight the traffic, Nashville and Atlanta are only a short drive away.