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N.C. Clinic Creates Web Presence

December 10, 2008
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Hattiesburg Clinic

(Hattiesburg, Miss.) has tapped Raleigh, N.C.-based

Medfusion

to provide Web site development solutions and management for the multispecialty practice.

Through the partnership, the Clinic hopes to create a branded Web presence that can offer patients access to up-to-date information, help establish practice values, and build a competitive edge, says the company. Hattiesburg Clinic also implemented the Medfusion Site Generator, a Web-based content management system that provides self-administration and allows full control over site features and content, it touts.

Hattiesburg Clinic is the state’s largest multispecialty clinic with over 200 physicians and a staff of 1,800 providing care to patients throughout south Mississippi.

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