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Oak Grove Family Clinic Presented with Cheers from Your Peers

The WOW! committee would like to recognize Oak Grove Family Clinic with Cheers from Your Peers. The clinical staff and front office staff were recognized for stepping up and working hard when the clinic was understaffed. In a recent WOW! meeting, the following was shared by Melissa Smith, manager of Oak Grove Family Clinic: “On […]

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Oak Grove Primary School Honors Critical Care Health Care Heroes

Hattiesburg Clinic would like to say thank you to the students of Oak Grove Primary School for recognizing the efforts of our Critical Care Health Care Heroes. Students in Pre-K through 1st grade recently made signs and goody bags as a way to say thank you to our critical care providers and let them know […]

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In the Media

Drs. Batson and Farrell reveal the vision behind the Vaccine Appreciation Giveaway In an interview with the American Medical Association, Hattiesburg Clinic Chief Executive Officer, Bryan N. Batson, MD, and Forrest General Chief Medical Officer, Steven E. Farrell, MD, discussed the motivation behind the Vaccine Incentives Program as a way to help overcome vaccine hesitancy and to [...]

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The Snake Wrangler

Employee Spotlight: Vixi Shaw – The Snake Wrangler For those who haven’t heard, a rather large, cold-blooded creature nearly slithered its way into the main clinic building after falling from a patient’s vehicle near the front entrance. “I had my back turned and all of a sudden I heard people screaming,” said Vixi Shaw, an […]

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Flu Vaccinations

Flu Vaccinations, Pandemic Practices Are Crucial for the Upcoming Influenza Season Hattiesburg Clinic continues to make several advances to protect our employees, patients, and communities against the flu. With the looming presence of Covid-19 and the emergence of new coronavirus variants, it is imperative that everyone get vaccinated against the flu virus. Last year’s Covid-19 [...]

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Winners Announced

Hattiesburg Clinic and Forrest Health Announce Winners of the Vaccination Appreciation Giveaway Hattiesburg Clinic and Forrest Health are pleased to announce the winners of the Vaccination Appreciation Giveaway. This event was held as a thank you to members of our community who have been vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus.  Vaccination is our most useful tool […]

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Meningitis Vaccine Study

Meningitis Study: Now Enrolling Children and Adults for Vaccine Study Meningococcal disease (meningitis) is a serious illness that can spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes.  Although meningitis incidence varies in different regions of the world, infants, children and adolescents are the most vulnerable to catching the disease. Symptoms of the disease occur quickly […]

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Welcome, Kristina A. Molnar, FNP!

Hattiesburg Clinic and William Carey Student Health Welcomes Molnar Kristina A. Molnar, FNP, recently joined William Carey Student Health, a service provided through a partnership with Hattiesburg Clinic. At William Carey Student Health, Molnar provides evaluation for minor illnesses, minor injuries and evaluation and testing for COVID-19 to students, faculty and staff of William Carey […]

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Remembering Richard H. Clark, Jr., MD

Hattiesburg Clinic Mourns the Loss of a Founding Physician Hattiesburg Clinic Mourns the Loss of and Remembers Dr. Richard Clark, a Founding Physician It is with heavy hearts Hattiesburg Clinic mourns the loss of Dr. Richard Clark, one of the true pioneers of health care in South Mississippi. In 1963, Hattiesburg Clinic opened its doors […]

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Monoclonal antibody treatment

Samuel N. Crosby, MD, discusses monoclonal antibody treatment

Samuel N. Crosby, MD, a physician at Hattiesburg Clinic, spoke with the Pine Belt News about monoclonal antibody treatment for Covid-positive patients. In this interview, he discusses the increase in availability of monoclonal antibody treatment, who qualifies for the treatment and what this means for Covid patients. “What’s better now is that we’ve got more […]

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