CHILDERSBURG, Ala. – On Wednesday afternoon, Nix Family Medicine held a ribbon cutting ceremony in Childersburg.

Joined by many influential people from both the Sylacauga and Childersburg communities, including members of the Sylacauga Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Coosa Valley Chamber of Commerce, Dr. Anthony Nix Jr. and his family celebrated the ribbon cutting as excitement and momentum for his practice advanced.

Nix officially cut the ribbon after kind remarks from Greater Coosa Valley Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Tom Roberts and Childersburg Mayor Ken Wesson.

“We had an amazing turnout here today. It is great to see the support from so many in the community,” explained Nix. “We love being here in Childersburg. It has been a pleasant experience being in this city. We look forward to being here for a long time.”

An affiliate of Coosa Valley Medical, Nix said partnering with the top-10 hospital in Alabama has helped him tremendously. “Being affiliated with Coosa Valley Medical Center has helped with a great start to my career, and with their help I hope I can continue success,” said Nix.

“We are so proud to have Dr. Anthony nix as part of our Coosa Valley family,” said Vanessa Green. Green is the Chief Business Development Officer at Coosa Valley Medical Center. “He is going to have a huge impact on this community and its people, and we are excited about all he is going to do here.”

Green explained Nix is a community favorite, and can frequently be found on the Childersburg Tigers’ sideline on Friday nights.

Nix’s practice actually opened in Childersburg in June 2017. Nix told the ribbon cutting ceremony was about continuing the buzz around his family practice. Nix Family Medicine is located on Hwy. 280 West in Childersburg just passed Central Alabama Community College.


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