Dr. Sandral Hullett

Retired CooperGreen Mercy Hosptal, Woman of Excellence in Health Care
Sandral Hullett, MD, MPH

Dr. Sandral Hullett’s dedication to improving rural health care for Alabamians is apparent in her life-long commitment to working in public health care for under-served patients. She is described by her peers as a gifted clinician, effective administrator, and tireless humanitarian.

A native of Birmingham, Dr. Hullett attended George Washington Carver High and was an undergraduate at Alabama A&M. She earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania and her master’s in Public Health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Her professional interests in rural healthcare have included an emphasis on healthcare delivery to the under-served, the under-insured, and the poor. For over 22 years, she has served as both a physician and director for the not-for-profit Family HealthCare of Alabama, where she supervised the operation of 20 primary health care facilities serving rural counties.

She has extensive experience in research, clinical trials, community outreach, and teaching direct care delivery. She serves as project manager and principle investigator for grants from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Kellogg Foundation, and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

Dr. Sandral Hullett’s dedication to improving rural health care for Alabamians is apparent in her life-long commitment to working in public health care for under-served patients. She is described by her peers as a gifted clinician, effective administrator, and tireless humanitarian. A native of Birmingham, Dr. Hullett attended George Washington Carver High and was an undergraduate at Alabama A&M. She earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania and her master’s in Public Health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Her professional interests in rural healthcare have included an emphasis on healthcare delivery to the under-served, the under-insured, and the poor. For over 22 years, she has served as both a physician and director for the not-for-profit Family HealthCare of Alabama, where she supervised the operation of 20 primary health care facilities serving rural counties. She has extensive experience in research, clinical trials, community outreach, and teaching direct care delivery. She serves as project manager and principle investigator for grants from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Kellogg Foundation, and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

Dr. Hullett is the former CEO and medical director of Cooper Green Mercy Hospital. She often quotes Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who said, “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health is the most shocking and the most inhuman.”