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Highlands Primary Care

Location & Contact Information

1108 South Broad Street
Scottsboro, AL  35768
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Phone: (256) 218-3230
Fax: (256) 218-3249


Monday, Thursday
8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Scott Berry, MD
Chelsea Clark, MD
Margaret Morr, MD


Primary Care

About Our Providers

Scott Berry, MD

Scott Berry, MD

Dr. Scott Berry is a native of Scottsboro, Alabama. In 2019, he received his Doctorate in Medicine (MD) from the University of Alabama in Birmingham School of Medicine (UAB), and in 2022, he completed his resident training in Family Medicine at the UAB Family Medicine Program in Huntsville. Dr. Berry is board certified in Family Medicine and is looking forward to beginning his practice in Scottsboro, Alabama.

Dr. Berry and his wife, Emily, have two children, Henry and Avery; and a dog, Rosie

Chelsea Clark, MD

Chelsea Clark, MD

Raised outside of Birmingham, Dr. Chelsea Clark grew up wanting to be a teacher like her grandmother and sister. While her parents still reside in Jefferson county, her sister lives in Northeast Alabama, and her brother is obtaining his masters at her own alma mater, Auburn University. After completing her biomedical sciences major and sustainability minor at Auburn University, Dr. Clark was accepted to UAB Heersink School of Medicine, where she completed her clinical rotations at UAB's regional campus in Huntsville. In medical school, Dr. Clark served as the Family Medicine Interest Group president and was awarded the Blue Cross Blue Shield Primary Care Scholarship. Once moved to Huntsville, she fell in love with the Tennessee Valley, its diverse populations, and the family medicine program at UAB Huntsville Regional Medical Campus, and so stayed to complete her residency. She is thrilled to be joining Highlands Medical Center and the Scottsboro community. Although she went into the medical field, education is a passion that she continues to support and incorporate into her practice; it is important to her that each patient understands his or her disease process and can make educated decisions about his or her healthcare. Describing herself as an "old lady" at heart, Dr. Clark enjoys caring for her 30 houseplants, reading, crocheting, and spending time with her family, particularly her two nephews.
Margaret Morr, MD

Margaret Morr, MD

Dr. Morr has been a medical doctor for more than 20 years, spending the last six years at Scottsboro Urgent Care. She chose to go into the medical field because she wants to help people live health lives. She earned her undergraduate degree from Mississippi State and her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Before joining Scottsboro Urgent Care, she spent almost 10 years in private practice and several years as a hospitalist at DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa. Dr. Morr, being from this area, graduated from Pisgah High School and she knew Jackson County would be a great place for her family to thrive. Dr. Morr and her husband, John, have two children, William and Jacob. Dr. Morr also volunteers her time as a board member for the Jackson County Child Advocacy Center.