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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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In the Media

Anita S. Henderson, MD, FAAP, expresses her concerns about the rise in pediatric Covid-19 cases and mask-optional school districts Anita S. Henderson, MD, FAAP, pediatrician at Hattiesburg Clinic The Pediatric Clinic and president of the Mississippi Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), spoke to multiple media outlets about the concerning rise in Covid-19 cases among children and […]

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In the Media: Drs. Henderson and Stewart

Inside Mississippi’s 4th COVID Wave Anita S. Henderson, MD, a pediatrician with Hattiesburg Clinic The Pediatric Clinic, and Jawauna T. Stewart, MD, a physician with Hattiesburg Clinic Hospital Care Service, recently took part in an NBC interview that focused on what is happening behind the scenes during the fourth wave of COVID in Mississippi. On […]

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Monoclonal Antibody Therapy

Hattiesburg Clinic, MSDH and HHS partner to expand access to monoclonal antibody therapy to COVID-19 patients in South Mississippi Hattiesburg Clinic, in partnership with the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), announced today that it expanded access to COVID-19 monoclonal antibody (mAb) treatments and will […]

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In the Media

Anita S. Henderson, MD, and Laura J. Miller, MD, stress the importance of masking in schools In South Mississippi, Covid-19 outbreaks among students and teachers have caused a major disruption in schools, potentially derailing plans of returning to “normalcy” inside the classroom. Several schools across the Pine Belt have shifted to virtual learning amid the […]

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In the Media: Jeffrey L. Hudson, MD

Dr. Hudson debunks myth that Covid-19 vaccines cause infertility In an interview with WDAM, Jeffrey L. Hudson, MD, director and chairman of surgery at Hattiesburg Clinic and an OB-GYN at Obstetrics & Gynecology, exposed and discredited the claims that the Covid-19 vaccines affect fertility problems.  “There is no association of infertility with the vaccine,” Dr. Hudson said. […]

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In the Media: Thompson W. Liddell, MD

Thompson Liddell, MD, assesses the highly contagious Delta variant Thompson W. Liddell, MD, an infectious disease physician at Hattiesburg Clinic, spoke with reporters about the dangers of the Delta variant, why the variant is considered the most perilous strain of Covid-19 to-date and the most effective ways to stop new variants from emerging.  “It seems like there’s a […]

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In the Media

Dr. Waller reveals summer skin safety tips and other habits to practice year-round William L. Waller, III, MD, a dermatologist at Hattiesburg Clinic Dermatology – South, was featured in the American Medical Association’s article series, “What Doctors Wish Patients Knew,” offering an extensive amount of information on summer skin safety tips. He discussed the difference between UVB and UVA [...]

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In the Media: Laura J. Miller, MD

Dr. Miller shares how she and other doctors are working to combat vaccine hesitancy The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has singled out Mississippi as one of the five places in the US where the Delta variant could have the worst impact, considering the state’s low vaccination rate. Doctors, like Laura J. Miller, MD, with [...]

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Increase in Covid-19 cases coupled with low vaccination rates to create ‘a perfect storm’

Unvaccinated areas across the country are beginning to see a sharp rise in new Covid-19 cases as the Delta variant takes hold. In the US, the Delta variant now accounts for 83% of cases, a 33% increase from two weeks ago, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky. The CDC has [...]

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