We specialize in family medicine, minor emergencies, and occupational medicine. We offer on-site x-rays/lab testing. We look forward to serving you.
Operating as usual
ISO LPN or possibly CNA. Bring CV/resume to Marcia Stokes at the office and fill out application if interested.
ISO drug screen technician & medical billing clerk. Bring CV/resume to Marcia Stokes at the office and fill out application if interested.
We will be closed February 16 due to inclement weather.
We will be closed tomorrow due to possible inclement weather. 🥶 Stay warm and safe family and friends.
Full time LPN needed. DROP off resume to Marcia Stokes if interested at 1467 Hwy 1 south and schedule interview with Marcia if interested. Call 6623351621.
📣📣 Rapid Covid 19 🦠 test now available 📣📣
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We are adjusting policies as we see fit according to health officials.
CALL 662-335-1621. We will be implementing telemedicine and will have a tent for triage and treatment outside starting soon. There are longer wait times (in your vehicle), so be aware. We are cautious and healthy. Follow Mississippi Department of Heath and CDC guidelines.
WASH 🧼 🧽 HANDS!
STAY HOME (leave for necessary errands/work only)
Stay well friends! God bless! 💛💛
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msdh.ms.gov The national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) continue to closely monitor the outbreak of respiratory illnesses caused by the novel (new) coronavirus COVID-19, and are working to limit the spread of cases nationally and in Mississ...
Hello family and friends!
We are here to address the pandemic COVID-19. 🤒🦠
We are not panicked at our clinic but we are being cautious and abiding by the Mississippi Department of Heath & Centers for Disease Control guidelines.
We are asking for anyone with a non-urgent visit (wellness visit, allergy injections, sports physical, routine labs, etc.) to please call ☎️to see if we are able to assist you via phone before coming in. We are trying to decrease susceptibility to this illness.
We realize we have an occupational health aspect to our business, so we are currently working to separate our patients.
Please stay tuned for further information regarding the changing guidelines regarding this pandemic. We are vigilant about this issue and feel confident about the containment. 😷
Below is a link from the MS Department of Health dated 3/13/20
Good Morning Colleagues:
Last evening MSDH reported the first case of COVID-19 identified in Mississippi.
This is an event that we have anticipated for some time. MSDH and the state of Mississippi has been preparing for a pandemic respiratory virus for well over a decade. To minimize the impact, MSDH will be recommending additional strategies that:
• Protect vulnerable populations;
• Limit spread in the community; and
• Preserve the healthcare infrastructure so that we can care for our patients.
As background information:
• The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a virus that causes a febrile respiratory disease, similar to influenza.
• Many cases may have mild symptoms.
• Severe cases may occur, leading to respiratory failure and death, especially among older adults and those with chronic medical conditions.
• Severe illness in children seems extremely uncommon.
• The vast majority of people infected with COVID-19 will fully recover.
• The virus is spread from person-to-person through respiratory droplets.
• There is no antiviral treatment or vaccine currently available for COVID-19.
• Testing for COVID-19 is available at the Mississippi State Department of Health Public Health Laboratory and commercial laboratories.
As individuals, we all need to:
• Wash hands frequently or use hand sanitizer.
• Clean high touch surfaces regularly with sanitizers.
• Stay home if ill (fever and cough).
• If you are ill - call your own doctor or provider for guidance (please call first).
• Prepare for the possibility that schools or day care centers may temporarily close.
• Limit visitation to older relatives or friends (especially in nursing homes).
• Avoid mass gatherings (> 250 people) if you can.
• Avoid unnecessary (non-urgent) air, bus or train travel.
• Stay informed - visit www.healthyms.com/COVID-19 for the latest updates and
As healthcare professionals, we need to:
• Take every measure to prevent transmission of COVID-19 in our facilites, by -
is no evidence of ongoing community transmission, it is an indication that COVID-19 will be
affecting our communities to varying degrees.
o Following CDC infection control guidelines https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/infection-control/control- recommendations.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fcor onavirus%2F2019-ncov%2Fhcp%2Finfection-control.html .
o Limiting or rescheduling non-essential outpatient visits (especially among older individuals or those with severe chronic illness).
o Preparing for the need to delay elective surgical procedures.
• Recognize that most febrile respiratory illnesses ARE NOT COVID-19 at this time. We
must be sure to appropriately diagnose conditions before assuming COVID-19.
• Stay informed of the latest information.
• Be a source of calm and well-informed guidance to our communities.
The COVID-19 pandemic is certain to cause: significant morbidity, mortality, social disruption and a strain on the healthcare system. With a steady and reasoned approach, the healthcare system in Mississippi can save lives and preserve other essential services for those with non- COVID-19 illnesses.
Thomas Dobbs, MD, MPH State Health Officer
🎃👻 Happy Halloween from our crew!! Stay warm and safe this evening!! 👻🎃
🎃🎃 HAPPY HALLOWEEN 🎃🎃
We will be closed today for inclement weather conditions. Stay safe!
Happy R.T. Week!!! We 💗 our Katrina (and our part time help too)!! 🎉
👻👻👻👻Trick or Treat!!! 🎃🎃🎃🎃
In case you missed it they have been trapping some mosquitoes positive for west nile in washtington county
Thanks to all of our patients that voted us Best Medical Clinic.
Hey FMC family... can you please lift up a prayer for Landry for a little procedure in the morning. I have faith that God is going to bring us through according to His will but good vibes and prayers are super appreciated! 💕The Lyles
👻👻👻👻HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! 🎃🎃🎃🎃
Our FAMILY is wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year! With much love and appreciation, The FMC Crew ❤️
Flu vaccine clinic here on Friday, November 14 from 8am-5pm. No waiting in line! Flu season is here. Protect you and your family! Come on!!
Our family Christmas party
Don't forget to come get your Flu shots... And while you are there- ask if it is time for others immunizations such as the pneumonia vaccine and more!!
Happy 4th of July from our families to yours!!!!
Sarah Smith's last day She will be greatly missed!!!
We are proud to announce that today is Beth Eubanks first day as a full-time provider at Family Medical Center.
We will miss you, Betty Smith!!!!
Autism Awareness Day! Wear blue!
Mississippi has first cure for HIV?
abcnews.go.com A Mississippi baby born with HIV more than two years ago appears to be the first documented case of a child's being cured of the virus, according to doctors and scientists.
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My name is Hope Williams-Brown, also known as Hope the Prac. It is indeed an honor to planting a clinic here in the Mississippi Delta; here in Greenville, MS; here in Ward 3! We still believe that Health is Wealth. We look forward to serving you all!
Our mission is movement to health. Our promise is our commitment to you and your health goals.
Yesterday's Doctor of Today
Dr. Suares is dedicated to providing quality healthcare to his patients of all ages. In conjunction with his clinic practice, Dr. Suares has hospital privileges which enable him to admit and care for his patients in the hospital setting.