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Hall to provide services at Orleans Park Family Medicine

Hattiesburg Clinic is pleased to announce the opening of Orleans Park Family Medicine, Monday, Jan. 4, 2021, with the addition of Melanie Keene Hall, MD. Hall has relocated from Oak Grove Family Clinic to Orleans Park Family Medicine in Hattiesburg, Miss. At Hattiesburg Clinic Orleans Park Family Medicine, Hall provides treatment for chronic and acute illnesses […]

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COVID-19: WHEN TO TEST

WHEN TO BE TESTED FOR COVID-19 AFTER EXPOSURE Despite the exciting news that COVID-19 vaccines are on the way, it is extremely important to remember that the pandemic has not yet abated. With new cases at an all-time high, experts warn that increased interaction over the holidays will expose more people to this potentially deadly disease. What do we […]

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Cheers for Hannah!

CHEERS FROM YOUR PEERS: HANNAH WILLIAMSON, RN The WOW! Committee would like to recognize Hannah Williamson, RN, with Cheers from your Peers! Williamson, who works in the Quality Management department at Hattiesburg Clinic as a case manager for the Bundled Payment Care Improvement (BPCI) Sepsis program, is being recognized for her perseverance and persistent effort […]

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In the Media: Anita S. Henderson, MD

Growing Number of Pediatric COVID-19 Cases  While most children might not experience severe symptoms of COVID-19, physicians are concerned about the increase in pediatric COVID-19 cases as they are still unsure about the long-term effects of the virus.  In recent weeks, Mississippi saw its highest number of pediatric COVID-19 cases with three reported COVID-19-related deaths […]

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Rollins Credentialed as Certified Lactation Counselor

Leslie T. Rollins, FNP, Now Offering Breastfeeding Counseling Leslie T. Rollins, FNP, a family nurse practitioner at The Pediatric Clinic, was recently credentialed as a certified lactation counselor (CLC). This certification identifies a professional in lactation counseling who has demonstrated the necessary skills, knowledge and attitudes to provide clinical breastfeeding counseling to families who are thinking […]

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Clinic Leaders Show Gratitude to Employees for Dedication During the Pandemic

Our team has done a remarkable job in response to COVID-19 to ensure that our patients and fellow team members remain as safe and healthy as possible. This dedication has not gone unnoticed.  To honor and recognize our exceptional employees, we have created this video to help convey our gratitude.  Thank you for all that […]

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HATTIESBURG CLINIC PHYSICIANS RECEIVE COVID-19 VACCINE

Hattiesburg Clinic Physicians among the First in Mississippi to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine  This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released the first COVID-19 vaccine made by drug company Pfizer and began distributing it to health care facilities nationwide. This past week, Forrest Health physicians […]

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Heart & Vascular Renovation Update

Phase I of Construction Is Complete Hattiesburg Clinic Heart & Vascular has completed the first phase of renovations towards the 13,000-square-foot expansion of their department, located on the third floor of the main clinic. Completion of Phase I added an additional 11 exam rooms, a new and more spacious check -in area and lobby, which […]

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Welcome, Blythe B. McCance!

Psychology & Counseling Welcomes Blythe B. McCance Blythe B. McCance, LPC, EdD, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Psychology & Counseling. McCance provides individual, family and group psychotherapy and has special practice interests in life stage difficulties, stress and anxiety management, motivational interviewing and positive psychology.  McCance received her Master of Science in counseling psychology from the University […]

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Tips to Avoid Holiday Heartburn

Managing GERD Symptoms this Holiday Season ‘Tis the season for holiday feasts and festive foods. Unfortunately, for many, indulging in certain foods and drinks can trigger acid reflux and heartburn. Heartburn is the most common symptom of gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, which affects approximately 20% of U.S. adults, according to the National Institute of [...]

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