Seek The Care You Need
COVID-19 may have people hesitant to seek emergency or medical help during this time of crisis. Forrest General Hospital wants the community to know its Emergency Room is open 24/7 and ready to help patients who are experiencing symptoms that might require immediate treatment such as chest pain, stroke or heart attack symptoms, broken bones, or other ailments.
Bracey Survives Potentially Lethal Farm Accident
Ronnie Bracey loves animals. He spends a lot of time tending to his cattle surrounded by the idyllic Marion County countryside. Bracey was enjoying a day like that when he was kicked by a bull in the abdomen.
Expecting the Unexpected
How Forrest General’s Level II Trauma Center helped one patient overcome her injuries and get back to the life she once knew
On the Road to Recovery
Patient at Forrest General's trauma center overcomes traumatic injuries and plans for her bright future.
Forrest General trauma patient survives potentially lethal fall
After severing an artery in his hand from a fall, Benton Mark and his family trusted in Forrest General's Trauma Services to provide the immediate care he needed.
Succession plan approved for Evan Dillard after a decade of successful leadership
Andy Woodard, current CFO, will replace Dillard beginning in January 2019, and the two leaders will work together closely to ensure a smooth transition.
Forrest General Hosts Flag Dedication in Honor of National Donate Life Month
This brief ceremony was open to the public, and anyone effected by or passionate about organ donation was encouraged to attend.
Forrest General receives 2017 National Quality Recognition
CareChex® presented Forrest General with numerous recognitions including several Top 100 in Nation Awards
Forrest General Presents the 2016 Philip Rogers Award Winners
Four physicians and leaders were honored for their commitment to the field of medicine and excellence in patient care.
Forrest General hosts hospital tour for local students
A Hattiesburg High School anatomy class had the opportunity to tour the hospital this week.