Welcome to the Forrest General Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program!
When selecting a residency program a number of factors come to mind: academics, training, post-residency job availability, and work environment. At this program, you will receive rigorous training in a three-year program that gives you a strong academic focus in a large, community hospital. You will be exposed to a number of different practice models, and work with potential partners in a collegial environment.
As an unopposed program at a thriving, regional referral center–associated with the largest multi-specialty clinic in Mississippi, we have first-access to many cases and procedures.
We are exposed to cutting-edge technology and care, but I believe it is the people that make our program special. Our faculty are excellent teachers, and provide tremendous learning opportunities. They are invested in residents as learners and as people, and serve as great resources during training and beyond.
While our program has a lot to offer, I believe that the people are truly the cornerstones of the program, and I encourage you to consider joining us.
|Graduation Year||Name||Post-Grad Position||Location|
|2020||Brock Banks, M.D.||Family Medicine||Hattiesburg, MS|
|Sarah Hudson, D.O.||Family Medicine||Hattiesburg, MS|
|Cody Robertson, M.D.||Family Medicine||Simpsonville, SC|
|Joshua Spake, D.O.||Family Medicine||Sumrall, MS|
|Austin Worley, D.O.||Sports Medicine||Montgomery, AL|
|2019||Ebony Juakali, M.D.||Family Medicine||Slidell, LA|
|Morgan Miller, M.D.||Family Medicine||Jackson, MS|
|Matthew Phillips, M.D.||Family Medicine||Brooklet, GA|
|Carlos Prays, M.D.||Family Medicine||Atlanta, GA|
|Daniel Seale, M.D.||Family Medicine||Tuscaloosa, AL|
|Danisha Stevenson, M.D.||Family Medicine||Jacksonville, FL|
|2018||Joshua Derryberry, M.D.||Family Medicine||Chattanooga, TN|
|Jason Fisher, D.O.||Family Medicine||Hattiesburg, MS|
|Jordan Ingram, M.D.||Emergency Medicine||Waynesboro, MS|
|Judd Reynolds, D.O.||Family Medicine||Petal, MS|
|Meagan Taylor, D.O.||Family Medicine||Wiggins, MS|
|Jessica Tullos, D.O.||Sports Medicine||Hattiesburg, MS|
|2017||Kory Blackwell, M.D.||Family Medicine||Hattiesburg, MS|
|Cody Choate, D.O.||Family Medicine||Columbia, MS|
|Rasheeda Crowell, M.D.||Family Medicine||Seminary, MS|
|William Martin, D.O.||Family Medicine||Hattiesburg, MS|
|James Wilkinson, D.O.||Emergency Medicine||Jackson, MS|
A typical day includes:
7:30-8a Morning Report
12:15-1p Noon Conference
The majority of our rotations are on the campus of Forrest General and the adjacent Hattiesburg Clinic.
In addition to resident-organized events, the program hosts a spring crawfish boil, Christmas party, team-building event, & graduation celebration.
Our goal is to provide a challenging curriculum, as well as the support necessary to thrive, and enjoy your time in training.
We have Morning Report and Noon Conference sessions Monday-Thursday.
Morning Report consists of AAFP Journal article presentations, MKSAP/STFM board prep, case presentations, and games.
Noon Conference consists of didactic lectures by faculty and guest speakers. Recurring monthly conferences include: simulation lab, grand rounds, town hall meetings, and M&M.