Critical Care Medicine Welcomes Tiffany King, AGACNP, FNP
At Critical Care Medicine, she provides comprehensive critical care services in collaboration with board certified Pulmonary-Critical physicians as well as the interdisciplinary team in Intensive Care.
King received her bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Miss., and her master of science in nursing from the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Ala. She is board certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as both an adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner and a family nurse practitioner.
“I chose to practice medicine to help my community in their most dire time of need,” King said.
Additional providers at Critical Care Medicine include L. Wesley Aldred, MD, FACP; Matthew Christopher Byrnes, MD, MPH, MHA; Charles R. McCollum, III, MD; Lewis W. Neese, MD, FCCP; Michael J. Raggio, MD, FCCP; Andrew H. Rogness, MD; Steven W. Stogner, MD, FCCP; Walid G. Younis, MD; Casie W. Barnes, AGACNP; Karen C. Ladnier, AGACNP; and W. Brad Pickering, AGACNP.
About Hattiesburg Clinic Critical Care Medicine:
Hattiesburg Clinic Critical Care Medicine provides care to patients who are in need of life support or other intensive medical care. Critical Care Medicine services include the diagnosis and treatment of a wide variety of life-threatening medical problems. While Critical Care Medicine physicians are the primary provider of care to patients in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), they work alongside additional ICU professionals to develop a plan of care tailored to each patient. Critical Care Medicine and the Intensive Care Unit are located in Forrest General Hospital.
About Hattiesburg Clinic:
Hattiesburg Clinic is Mississippi’s largest privately-owned, multispecialty clinic. More than 55 years after its beginning, the clinic has grown to over 450 physicians and providers, caring for patients in more than 17 counties in South Mississippi. Along with over 2,000 professional staff employees, these physicians and providers come together for a common purpose, to serve the over 500,000 community members who live and work in South Mississippi every day.