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In the Media

Yearly Review: Vaccination Rates in Mississippi In an interview with WDAM, Rambod A. Rouhbakhsh, MD, principal investigator with Hattiesburg Clinic MediSync® Clinical Research, shared his analysis of Mississippi’s vaccination rates over the past year. Rouhbakhsh identified the initial peak of vaccinations as having occurred the week of Feb. 27 through March 6. “If you recall, we first got […]

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Cheers for Accounting Team!

Yvonne Addison, Angela Hearn, Katie Lohman and Kaye Rimes Presented with Cheers from Your Peers The WOW! committee would like to congratulate Yvonne Addison, Angela Hearn, Katie Lohman and Kaye Rimes with Cheers from Your Peers. Addison, Hearn, Lohman and Rimes are members of the Accounting team. They were recognized for going above and beyond […]

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Michael Hodges, MD, retires after 32 years of service

Hattiesburg Clinic would like to offer gratitude and best wishes to Michael Hodges, MD, who will be retiring from of Ear, Nose & Throat. Hodges has been with Hattiesburg Clinic since 1989. Over the years, he was dedicated to providing quality. He will be greatly missed by his colleagues and his patients. “My association with […]

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Updated Curbside COVID Testing Hours

Curbside COVID Transitions to Limited Hours as Hattiesburg Clinic Primary Care and Immediate Care Locations Offer COVID-19 Testing Effective Dec. 30, 2021, Curbside COVID Testing, a service of Cough & Fever Clinic, will no longer offer testing services Monday through Friday. However, as Hattiesburg Clinic monitors the recent increase in COVID and to ensure patients […]

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In the Media: Omicron Variant

In the Media: Rambod A. Rouhbakhsh, MD

Rambod A. Rouhbakhsh, MD, principal investigator with Hattiesburg Clinic MediSync® Clinical Research, sat down with WHLT to discuss COVID-19 Omicron variant updates and the best way to combat rising cases. Omicron is three times more infectious than the Delta variant, making the need for safety precautions a must in order to stop the spread of […]

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Forrest General Hospital Physician Awards

Congratulations to the Recipients of the FGH Physician Awards Several Hattiesburg Clinic physicians were recipients of Forrest Health We C.A.R.E. award and Philip W. Rogers Awards. Forrest General’s We C.A.R.E. Award is presented to those who uphold the hospital’s We C.A.R.E. values. The Philip W. Rogers Award is named for Dr. Philip W. Rogers, a […]

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Curbside COVID Testing Closing at Year’s End

Cough & Fever Clinic no longer offering COVID-19 testing Effective, Dec. 30, 2021, Curbside COVID Testing will close and Cough & Fever Clinic, a service of Hattiesburg Clinic and Forrest General Hospital, will no longer offer COVID-19 testing and most treatment services. Monoclonal antibody therapy (mAb) is still currently available through the Cough & Fever […]

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In the Media: Laura J. Miller, MD

Staying safe throughout the holidays amid omicron concerns In an interview with SuperTalk Mississippi, Laura J. Miller, MD, with Hattiesburg Clinic Prentiss Family Practice Clinic, provided tips on staying safe against omicron during the holidays. “The biggest thing is to get vaccinated if you’re not vaccinated and get boosted if you’re not boosted,” Miller said. “Get your […]

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Family Ties and Dollar General Buys

Employee Spotlight: Brittany Johnson, Human Resources In Human Resources (HR), Brittany Johnson has her hand in just about everything. She even has two titles – recruiter assistant and administrative assistant to the director of human resources. As a recruiter assistant, Johnson is responsible for scheduling interviews, checking references, sending emails and screening phone calls to […]

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In the Media: Rambod Rouhbakhsh, MD

Dr. Rouhbakhsh discusses mixing and matching COVID-19 vaccines As the Omicron variant gains traction in the U.S., medical experts are strengthening their call for COVID-19 vaccine boosters. Currently, all adults ages 18 and older are eligible to get a booster shot and can receive any of the three available boosters, regardless what you received for […]

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