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CenterView: January 14, 2013

CenterView is published every other week, and is the internal publication of the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC). Content features news of interest for and about Medical Center faculty, staff, and students. Content may be reprinted with appropriate credit.

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Gov. Phil Bryant
Gov. Phil Bryant

Ceremony heralds SOM’s new $63 million home

As third-year medical student Bradley Deere helped mark the symbolic groundbreaking for UMMC’s new School of Medicine, he admitted in front of God, the governor and everybody that he was a “little jealous.”

Outreach clinics help Batson Children’s Hospital specialists treat Hattiesburg-area children

Mississippi’s health challenges, including access to medical care, are well documented. The Pediatric Specialty Outreach Clinics, a cooperative new partnership between the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the Hattiesburg Clinic, offer a way to meet that challenge.

UMMC expands Delta Project with new school-based nursing clinics

On a soggy morning in December, nurse practitioner Kathy Rhodes and registered nurse Kayla Logan are treating a steady stream of runny-nosed preteens.

Schwartz Center Rounds spotlights parents’ perspective on painful prognoses

As a cold rain beat on the window, Catherine Terhune savored the warmth and weight of her daughter’s body against her chest, enjoyed the slow, raspy music of her baby’s breathing that beat out the rhythm of another miracle.

State-of-the-art system offers one-stop shop for pre-Epic data retrieval

A new Web-based application now being deployed at the University of Mississippi Medical Center promises to be a one-stop shop for the retrieval of historical (pre-Epic) patient data.

Allergy research could help lead way to asthma cure

Despite rising asthma rates nationally, Dr. Gailen Marshall believes a cure could be less than a lifetime away.