The University of Southern Mississippi’s first-of-its-kind fully online Nursing Leadership Ph.D. program has extended the application for fall 2019 admission to March 1. The program, which is designed to bring nurses into leadership roles, offers students a unique way to complete their Ph.D. from the comforts of their home.
Merit Health Wesley has been awarded the American Heart Association's Cardiovascular Center of Excellence accreditation, a comprehensive level of designation for cardiovascular care.
After a decade of service and leadership, Evan Dillard will retire from the post of chief executive officer of Forrest Health. Andy Woodard, who will replace Dillard beginning this month, has worked closely with Dillard over the past 17 months to ensure a smooth transition.
Forrest General Hospital recognized four physicians with the 13th annual Philip W. Rogers Awards. The awards were announced during the hospital’s annual Employee Christmas Celebration.
Lauren Worrel of Hattiesburg cherishes the time she spent in Pearl River Community College’s Physical Therapist Assistant program at the Forrest County Center in Hattiesburg.
She was a 2009 graduate of the two-year program.
Forrest General Hospital became the first hospital in Mississippi to use the Eluvia Drug-Eluting Vascular Stent System, which is specifically designed to treat peripheral artery disease. The procedure was performed by Robert Wilkins, M.D., FACC, a cardiologist at Forrest General Hospital.
Nedal M. Matani, MD, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Hospital Care Service.
Hattiesburg Clinic Connections and Psychology & Counseling is hosting the 15th Annual Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Related Concerns Conference today and Friday.
The conference, which takes place from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. is being held at Temple Baptist Church, 5220 Old Highway 11 in Hattiesburg.
Lamar County is the third-healthiest county in the state, according to a financial technology company that provides personal finance advice on the Internet.