Infectious Diseases Welcomes Senate O. Amusu, MD, MPH

Senate O. Amusu, MD, MPH, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Infectious Diseases.

At Infectious Diseases, Amusu offers consultations in the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases in all body systems. Her special practice interests include osteomyelitis, skin and soft tissue infections and endocarditis.

Amusu received her medical degree from Lagos State University College of Medicine in Lagos, Nigeria, and received a Master of Public Health from Yale University in New Haven, Conn. She completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at Jacobi Medical Center in New York, Ny. Amusu also completed a fellowship in infectious diseases at the University of Illinois at Chicago in Chicago.

Amusu is board certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine. She is a member of American College of Physicians and the Infectious Diseases Society of America.

“Using my training and skills as a physician is as rewarding as it is humbling,” Amusu said. “I continue to learn from my patients’ experiences and enjoy being able to help improve their health and quality of life.”

Additional providers at Infectious Diseases include Thompson W. Liddell, MDAndrew C. Lin, MD; and Jason M. Moss, DO.

About Infectious Diseases

Infectious Diseases offers consultations in the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases in all body systems. The infectious processes include systemic fungal disease, endocarditis, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and complicated postoperative infections. Particular interests include pneumonia, mycobacterial diseases, travel medicine, skin and soft tissue infections and osteomyelitis.

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.