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Clinton B. White, MD, graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1986.  He completed a pediatric residency at University Medical Center in 1989 and a neonatal fellowship at the University of Louisville in 1992.  In 1992, Dr. White founded Southern Mississippi Neonatology that has staffed Forrest General Hospital NICU since 1992 and the NICU at Memorial Hospital at Gulfport since 1996.  He served as the Chief of Medical Staff at Forrest General Hospital in 1996 and currently co-coordinates a state-wide developmental care training program for Mississippi NICUs.  
  Clinton B. White, MD
cwhite@forrestgeneral.com
     
Terri H. Daniels, M.Ed., is NIDCAP Certified with a special education background and has worked with infants, toddlers and families for over 25 years in community and hospital settings.  She currently coordinates a NICU Developmental Care training project and is the developmental specialist on a federal AHRQ technology grant. Mrs. Daniels is employed by The University of Southern Mississippi and works in collaboration with Southern Mississippi Neonatology, and Forrest General Hospital NICU.  

Terri H. Daniels, M.Ed.
Terri@neonataldevelopmentalcare.com

   
Sunita Philip,  M.P.H. is a licenced family practice physician in India and is currently working in cancer research in Baltimore, Maryland.  She was certified in the NIDCAP in 2006 and was insturmental in beginning the NICU developmental care practices at Forrest General Hosptial in Mississippi.
  Sunita Philip  
sunphi19@yahoo.com
     
Judy Prehn, PT, MS, NIDCAP Certified, received a B.S. in physical therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina and a Master of Science in Pediatric Rehabilitation Science from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Pediatric Physical Therapy, and is a core member of the NICU Developmental Care Team at Forrest General Hospital. She has 25 years of experience working with infants and toddlers in both critical care and community services.   Judy Prehn, PT, MS, PCS, NIDCAP Certified
Judypedpt@bellsouth.net
     
Kerry D. Stewart, MD earned his undergraduate degree from The University of Texas at Austin in 1981 followed by a medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 1985.  His immediate postgraduate medical training included both Internship and Residency at The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center – Oklahoma Children’s Memorial Hospital, Oklahoma City, OK., from 1985 – 1988.  From 1988 – 1990, Dr. Stewart served as an Associate Research Scientist/Postdoctoral Fellow at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation for a project entitled “Septic Shock and Tissue Injury”.  He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in Neonatal-Perinatal medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in 1992 then joined the faculty at the same institution as Assistant Professor of Pediatrics.  In January 1996 Dr. Stewart joined Southern Mississippi Neonatology in Hattiesburg, MS. and currently serves as the Chair of the Developmental Care Team at Forrest General Hospital.
  Kerry D. Stewart, MD
kstewart@forrestgeneral.com
     
Randy Henderson, MD is board certified in pediatrics and neonatology.  He went to medical school at the University of Virginia and trained in pediatrics and neontaology at Vanderbilt University. He has worked for Southern Mississippi Neonatology since 1996.   Randy Henderson, MD
erhender@aol.com
     
Lynn Johnson, RN is a Patient Care Coordinator in the Forrest General Hosptial NICU.  She is a leader in implementing developmentally supportive practices in the nursery.
  Lynn Johnson, RN
     
Felicia Browning, RN graduated of Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.  She is a professional nurse completing an MSN at William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She has two decades of experience within the arena of Neonatal Intensive Care and has served in many capacities in The  Maternal-Child Departments of Forrest General Hospital  and The University  Of Southern Mississippi, Institute of Learning Disabilities in Hattiesburg.  Mrs. Browing has been a guest speaker for several national nursing associations.   Felicia Browning, RN
fjbrowning@megagate.com
     
Ellen Glynn, RN has been a neonatal nurse at Forrest General Hosptial (FGH) , Hattiesburg, MS for the past 12 years.  She has been instrumental in implementing the use of developmentally supportive practices during all aspects of preterm infant care at FGH.  Mrs. Glynn is currently on the FGH NICU Design Team for the state-of-the-art, individual room nursery scheduled to be built at Forrest General Hospital.     Ellen Glynn, RN
eglynn@ebicom.net
     
Bridget Cahill, FNP, worked in the NICU for years as a bedside nurse before working in an OBGYN office.  She was on the initial developmental Care Team at Forrest General Hosptial and her work continues to be used to date.
  Bridget Cahill, FNP
     
Scott Duncan, MD is a native of Kentucky, did his undergraduate training at Transylvania University in Lexington, KY.  He recieved his medical degree from the University of Louisville, where he completed his Pediatric Residency and Neonatal Fellowship.  In 1995, he joined Southern Mississippi Neonatology where he was instramental in initiating developmental programs for preterm infants.  In 2004, Dr. Duncan joined the faculty at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, where he conducts research in developmental care, pain management, sensory integration dysfuction and the utilization of near infrared spectroscopy in the NICU.     Scott Duncan, MD
drscottd@bellsouth.net
   
     

 

 
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