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Hattiesburg Clinic: “Safe Approach” for Elective Procedures, Reopening

In accordance with updated national, state and local guidance, Hattiesburg Clinic will resume certain elective surgeries and procedures. Last week, Governor Tate Reeves announced his “Safer at Home” order that went into effect on Monday, April 27. During the announcement, Thomas Dobbs, MD, State Health Officer, referenced the Mississippi State Department of Health’s (MSDH) new […]

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Hattiesburg Clinic Thanks for Mask Donations

Hattiesburg Clinic Thanks Community for Mask Donations Hattiesburg Clinic would like to thank Sherry Duff, Kay Davis, Susan Reeves, Vickie Gavin, Sandy Ashley, Rhonda Davion, Joan Harper, Dell Hamilton, Nancy West, Robin Morse, Cheryl Dale, Jean Light, Sue Wilson, Barrett Ingram, Diane Vick, Kathy Baily, Linda Pierce, Carol Tatum, Anne Marie Wilson, Donnell Williams, Rebekah […]

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Hattiesburg Clinic Thanks Ramey’s for Mask Donations

Ramey’s Mask Donations Hattiesburg Clinic would like to thank the employees of Ramey’s for collecting and donating 10,000 masks for patients. Ramey’s Marketplace employees wanted to do something to help health care workers. This grocery store chain has 20 locations, with 750 employees. That’s 750 essential workers coming in on regularly scheduled days so the public […]

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Physician Podcast: Episode 3

Physician Podcast: Resilience in the time of Pandemic Rebecca W. Lauderdale, MD, is back to discuss stress and burnout and how science has helped us learn more about resilience and how we can cultivate it, in context of the pandemic. She is joined by Angela C. Jones, MD, with Hattiesburg Clinic The Poplarville Clinic; Brian [...]

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HATTIESBURG CLINIC FEATURED IN NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE

Hattiesburg Clinic acknowledged by the NEJM for its innovative response to managing COVID-19 Hattiesburg Clinic was recognized by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) for its creative and innovative response to managing the COVID-19 outbreak by creating outside partnerships and sourcing solutions locally in the midst of the pandemic. When confronted with a shortage [...]

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#bettertogetherMS T-shirt Fundraiser for The United Way

#bettertogetherMS T-shirt sales to Support Local COVID-19 Relief Efforts Mississippi continues to exhibit love, hope, and support towards one another in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve seen members rally to help those affected by the Easter Sunday tornadoes, and we’ve seen several members of the community share their support and gratitude for our [...]

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Physician Podcast: PPE INNOVATIONS DURING A CRISIS

Lauderdale Talks “Brilliant” Partnership with USM Rebecca W. Lauderdale, MD, recently sat down with Anna Wan, PhD, assistant professor of mathematics at the University of Southern Mississippi and the founder and director of the Eagle Makers Hub, a digital fabrication lab;  Joe H. Campbell, Jr., MD, chair of anesthesiology at Hattiesburg Clinic; and Steven W. [...]

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Spreading Hope and Positivity through #bettertogetherMS Campaign

Spreading Hope and Positivity through #bettertogetherMS Campaign The COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for everyone — individuals, organizations, communities — the whole world, as we know it has been affected by the spread of COVID-19. On the flip side, it’s during times like these when friends, family, and even strangers come together and ultimately persevere.  [...]

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Hattiesburg Clinic Introduces Physician Podcast

Hattiesburg Clinic Introduces Physician Podcast In an effort to keep the whole Hattiesburg Clinic physician family and the community informed on clinic initiatives and health updates, Rebecca W. Lauderdale, MD, a physician at Hattiesburg Clinic Comprehensive Care, is hosting the Physician Podcast.  The first podcast will feature Bryan N. Batson, MD, director of COVID Operations [...]

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Local Collaboration Yields More COVID-19 Testing Supplies

More COVID-19 Testing Supplies Now Available Thanks to Local Collaboration After seeing almost 150 patients on the first day of the Cough & Fever Clinic, a service of Forrest General Hospital and Hattiesburg Clinic, local medical leaders knew supplies needed to process COVID-19 were in short supply, and a solution was needed to continue their [...]

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