Mary F Holley MD trained at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas. She completed medical school in 1987 and completed an OB GYN residency in 1991. She is a licensed physician, a Gynecologist in Guntersville Alabama. Dr. Holley is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, but practices only Gynecology. She is a member of the American Medical Association and the Medical Association of the state of Alabama.
Dr. Holley is also founder and director of Mothers Against Methamphetamine, a national non-profit drug education organization based in Alabama. Dr. Holley is author of Power Over Addiction, Crystal Meth: They Call it Ice (Tate Publishing), four chapters in the Praeger International Collection on Addictions (Praeger Publishing). She has produced several educational videos for drug education and prevention. She served on the Alabama Attorney General’s Methamphetamine Task Force as Chairperson of the Education Committee.
She is currently medical director of the Rape Crisis center with Family Services of North Alabama, serving Marshall and Dekalb counties. She supervises emergency care of rape victims and provides documentation of their injuries or local law enforcement. Family Services of N. A. provides ongoing counseling and advocacy for victims, and public education in schools and community settings.
Dr. Holley lives in Arab Alabama with her husband Clay and son Gordon. Her daughter Bonnie is in medical school at the University of South Alabama, and her daughter Natalie attends the University of Alabama in Huntsville.