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Diabetes Support Groups - Hattiesburg Clinic

Diabetes Support Groups

MARCH DIABETES SUPPORT GROUPS: COPING WITH DIABETES & EXERCISE AND FOOT CARE Do you or someone you know have diabetes? Could you benefit from learning more about this condition? Hattiesburg Clinic Diabetes Care offers Diabetes Support Groups in Hattiesburg and Sumrall where those affected can go to learn more about the disease and find community […]

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Cloverleaf Immediate Care Closed on Sunday

Cloverleaf Immediate Care Closed on Sunday Hattiesburg Clinic Cloverleaf Immediate Care is now closed on Sundays. Other Hattiesburg Clinic locations in the Forrest and Lamar County areas that offer immediate care services on Sundays include Immediate Care, 105 Thornhill Dr., in Hattiesburg, and Immediate Care – Petal, 50 Parkway Lane, in Petal. About Cloverleaf Immediate [...]

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Welcome, Casie Barnes, AGACNP - Critical Care Medicine - Hattiesburg Clinic

Critical Care Medicine Welcomes Barnes

Critical Care Medicine Welcomes Barnes Casie W. Barnes, AGACNP, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Critical Care Medicine. Barnes cares for patients at Forrest General Hospital who are in the intensive care unit. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Miss. She obtained a Master of Science in […]

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Free Memory Screening - The Memory Center - Hattiesburg Clinic

MEMORY CENTER ANNOUNCES FREE MEMORY SCREENINGS IN 2020

If you are age 45 or up, you are eligible to receive a free memory screening at Hattiesburg Clinic Memory Center! Memory Center, located on the sixth floor of the clinic’s main facility at 415 S. 28th Ave. in Hattiesburg, is hosting screenings free to the public throughout the year. 2020 screening dates are: March […]

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Brandy Hatten: Career Mom to Mom with a Career - Hattiesburg Clinic

Brandy Hatten: From Career Mom to Mom with a Career

A few months ago, 31-year-old mother of four Brandy Hatten was an self-admitted career mom whose primary job was taking care of her family and the house. Now, she’s a mom with a career in health care and is already getting accolades for making a positive impact on patients. “I’ve been a stay-at-home mom for […]

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HEART & VASCULAR OFFERING FREE LEG SCREENINGS IN MARCH

HEART & VASCULAR OFFERING FREE LEG SCREENINGS IN MARCH Hattiesburg Clinic Heart & Vascular is offering patients and the general public free leg screenings in an effort to combat venous and peripheral artery disease. The screening event will be held on Thursday, March 5, and Thursday, March 26, on the third floor of Hattiesburg Clinic. [...]

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Mariel C. Hubbard, CPNP-PC - The Pediatric Clinic - Hattiesburg Clinic

The Pediatric Clinic Welcomes Hubbard

The Pediatric Clinic Welcomes Hubbard Mariel C. Hubbard, CPNP-PC, recently joined The Pediatric Clinic, a department of Hattiesburg Clinic. Hubbard provides care to children with acute illness or injury. She also offers patient and family education regarding diagnosis and treatment. Prior to joining the clinic, she worked in the Pediatric Emergency Room at University of […]

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Heart & Vascular Goes Red

Heart & Vascular Goes Red Today, Hattiesburg Clinic Heart & Vascular is going red. The first Friday of February is designated as National Wear Red Day®, and the Heart & Vascular team wants you to Go Red for Women®. “Cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women, causing one in three deaths. The ‘Go [...]

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PODIATRY – PICAYUNE RELOCATES OFFICE

PODIATRY – PICAYUNE RELOCATES OFFICE Hattiesburg Clinic Podiatry – Picayune has relocated to a different office building. The new office has been renovated to provide patients and providers more space. The new medical office is located at 1837 Cooper Rd. in Picayune. At Podiatry – Picayune, Aaron M. Israel, DPM, provides medical and surgical treatment for [...]

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Hattiesburg Clinic Connections blog

YOU IN MIND: FEAR NOT

FEAR NOT By Lynwood Wheeler, PhD, ABPP Impeachment trial. Mass shootings. Prison riots and killings. Local shootings and robberies. These are just a few of the headlines I see at the time of writing this. Headlines such as these can lead to many emotions, some of which can be concern, stress and even fear. Fear [...]

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