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Omicron in Kids The Omicron variant is impacting kids at a higher rate than previous strains, and doctors are concerned about the rise in cases among children, especially in those five and under.  Anita S. Henderson, MD, pediatrician at Hattiesburg Clinic – The Pediatric Clinic and president of the Mississippi Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), met with […]

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COVID-19 VACCINE BOOSTER AVAILABLE FOR 12+

HealthWorks Immunization Clinic, Children’s Clinic and The Pediatric Clinic offering Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster for adolescents ages 12-17 On Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) endorsed the Advisory Committee on Immunization practices’ (AICP) recommendation to expand eligibility of booster doses to those 12 to 15 years old. The CDC […]

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In the Media

Health care workers brace themselves for Omicron spike and staffing strains As health care workers prepare for another wave of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, Rambod A. Rouhbakhsh, MD, principal investigator with Hattiesburg Clinic MediSync® Clinical Research, stressed the importance of booster shots in the fight against the rapidly spreading omicron variant.  “Getting a booster will be crucial…we’re […]

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Kiersten Farrar

Critical Care Medicine Welcomes Kiersten Farrar, AGACNP

Kiersten Farrar, AGACNP, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Critical Care Medicine. She provides care to patients who are in need of life support or other intensive medical care; her goal is to be a caring, empathetic provider. Farrar has a special practice interest in critical care. Farrar received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from William […]

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In the Media

In the Media: Rambod A. Rouhbakhsh, MD

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new COVID-19 isolation guidelines for vaccinated individuals, including health care workers. The 10-day isolation period has been reduced to five days as long as the person is asymptomatic. Health care workers can now return to work after seven days. Rambod A. Rouhbakhsh, MD, principal investigator with Hattiesburg […]

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