Petal Family Practice Clinic Welcomes William P. Fortenberry Jr., MD

William P. Fortenberry Jr., MD, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Petal Family Practice Clinic.

At Petal Family Practice Clinic, Dr. Fortenberry provides comprehensive care to meet the health needs of each family member.

Fortenberry received his medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in Jackson, Miss. He completed a family medicine internship at Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg, Miss. He completed a residency in family medicine at the Forrest General Hospital Family Medicine Residency in Hattiesburg.

Fortenberry is board certified in family medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine.

Additional providers at Petal Family Practice Clinic include Donald V. Conerly, MDShannon L. Goldsmith, DOBarbara “Kati” Karcher, MDRodney N. Lovitt, MDJudd M. Reynolds, DOMarcus D. Finch, III, PA-C; and Kyle W. Kimbrough, PA-C.

About Hattiesburg Clinic Petal Family Practice Clinic:

Petal Family Practice Clinic provides comprehensive evaluation and care to meet the total health needs of each family member. These physicians offer prompt, complete assessment of the patient in their home communities and are able to obtain and coordinate consultation with other specialists when necessary. Family physicians receive training in six broad areas of medicine: pediatrics, internal medicine, psychiatry, surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, and community medicine. Their diverse training allows them to offer continuing, comprehensive care from the newborn to the grandparent. 

About Hattiesburg Clinic:

Hattiesburg Clinic is Mississippi’s largest privately-owned, multispecialty clinic.  More than 60 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 2,500 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.