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We are passionate about empowering children and their families by addressing developmental and behavioral challenges with expertise, compassion, and tailored interventions.

Our Legacy Begins

At Reagan’s Clinic, we are committed to transforming the landscape of healthcare for individuals with disabilities and complex medical needs. Inspired by a personal journey, our clinic stands as a beacon of hope, innovation, and compassion in Alabama.

Our foundation is built on a commitment to excellence, compassion, and innovation, driven by a profound personal connection to the community we serve. Our principles are crafted not just from a professional standpoint but are deeply influenced by personal experiences and the desire to make a tangible difference in the lives of those with disabilities and complex medical needs. Our commitment to meet and exceed the needs of our patients and their families, ensuring every interaction is imbued with respect, understanding, and the pursuit of excellence.

Join us as we embark on this journey, driven by personal connection and professional excellence, to achieve the best possible outcomes for those we serve.

Our Vision

Our vision is to reshape the landscape of healthcare by customizing our approach to align with the distinct needs of patients and their families.

Our Mission

Our mission is to become Alabama’s leading authority on disabilities and complex medical needs, dedicated to collaborating with families, medical specialists, schools, community partners, and civic leaders. Together, we aim to construct a brighter future by providing comprehensive support and expert care for every individual we serve.

Our Values

Reagan’s Clinic is named after a close family member affected by autism. We chose this personal connection to remind us that the practice of medicine should be just as personal with our patients.

Reagan’s journey inspires us to be our best for her and others experiencing extraordinary challenges. Many of our values can be found in REAGAN as well.

Respect for others despite any limitations or differences.

Education for our staff, parents, and patients is key to optimizing our medical interventions.

Advocacy is necessary to change the present and create a better future.

Goals for our patients are fundamental to developing an individualized and achievable plan.

Autonomy is recognized as our goal for families and patients we strive to nurture.

Networking and Collaborating with specialists and the community are required to achieve optimal results.

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Marc A. Hultquist, DO FAAP

Marc A. Hultquist, DO FAAP
Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrician
Chief Executive Officer
Reagan’s Clinic, LLC

Marc A. Hultquist, DO FAAP

For 20 years the Army trained me, assigned me to challenging jobs, and sent me to austere environments, but the transition to civilian healthcare in a new community was still daunting. It was vexing not knowing what was next. For my next chapter, I wanted more autonomy; the ability to adjust work around my priorities; and a sustainable work pace.

I set out to familiarize myself to Huntsville by talking to anybody who wanted to listen. It quickly became apparent that the Huntsville medical community was working hard to keep up with the growing demand. Likewise, it was also evident that the community is eager to see the medical capabilities expand. One conversation after another reinforced the community’s challenges and epitomized with Kristi Krueger’s story, a Family Nurse Practitioner and mother of a child with Autism. She was clearly interested in expanding the community’s capabilities.

In just a few conversations we came up with the idea to open a pediatric clinic focusing on children with special health care needs or medical complexities. A medical home for primary health care needs with additional focus on care plans for the unique challenges the patients and families face. We know that we can’t be the expert for all their medical issues, but we hope to be experts in childhood disabilities–identifying issues, anticipating needs, and creating plans for success.

Our idea quickly became really big and our mission was embraced by many. As we open this clinic, we know that we have a lot to learn ourselves, but we are excited to grow and mature along with our patients and build a new legacy. We are excited to connect with families. We are equally excited to work with other professionals who are called to this mission.

Kristi Krueger, MSN, CRNP, FNP-C

When we arrived in Alabama in 2017, I found it somewhat difficult to find a medical home for my girls. I hit a dead end at every place I called. Either clinics weren’t accepting new patients or I would apply to their office with my children’s medical history and receive a call back saying they had not been accepted as patients. Our insurance was great, so I assumed that my child with autism was the issue preventing acceptance, being too difficult and time-consuming. After 15 years of being a nurse, I decided to go back to school to become a nurse practitioner. I wanted to be the provider people mentioned when asked where to take their child with autism or other special needs.

Once I started working as a nurse practitioner in both a pediatric and family setting, I quickly learned that additional evaluations, services for autism or developmental delays, and special needs in general were not readily available. Many of the pediatric providers I worked with were not familiar with how early intervention benefits children from birth through 3 years of age. They did not know how impactful early intervention can be as children transition into the public school system. As a provider and parent of a child with special needs, I have seen many children who have fallen through the cracks. I now better understand many aspects that affect services for children with special needs. As a mom in general I know life can be hard. As a mom of a special needs child, I know it can be messy and unconventional. I know you sometimes feel alone and overwhelmed. I know what it is like to feel completely embarrassed and infuriated just sitting in a waiting room of a doctor’s office. I know you may struggle between a reality that you had not envisioned and the hope for your child’s future health and happiness. I know you worry about what will happen to your child when you are not there to provide for them. I get it. I live it. I want to help.

In my search to find the best resources for my patients, I found Dr. Hultquist.

Kristi Krueger, MSN, CRNP, FNP-C

Kristi Krueger, MSN, CRNP, FNP-C
Mother of Reagan
Reagan’s Clinic, LLC

Embracing Every Journey

In the heart of Reagan’s Clinic, our vision, mission, and values are more than mere statements—they are the very soul of our endeavor. Inspired by Reagan’s resilience and the unique journeys of all we serve, we’ve dedicated ourselves to adapting healthcare to the intricate needs of patients and families.

Every step we take is in honor of Reagan and countless others, striving each day to turn challenges into triumphs, ensuring that the practice of medicine remains as personal and heartfelt as the very individuals we are privileged to serve. Contact us today to discover more about how we can journey together toward a brighter future.

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