Posts Tagged ‘Mary Currier’

First flu cases reported by Mississippi Department of Health

by Associated Press Published: October 24,2012

Tags: flu, Illness Sentinel Surveillance System, Mary Currier, Mississippi, Mississippi Business Journal

JACKSON — The Mississippi Department of Health has confirmed the state’s first two flu cases of the season. The department says in a news release that flu was found in samples from patients in Harrison and Lamar counties. The statement doesn’t say when the cases were identified. State Health Officer Dr. Mary Currier says the […] [...]

Currier elected officer

Dr. Mary Currier, MPH, state health officer of the Mississippi State Board of Health, has been elected secretary-treasurer of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. Currier became Mississippi’s state health officer in 2010 after serving as state epidemiologist from 1993 to 2003 and again from 2007 to 2009. Prior to serving as state […] [...]

St. Dominic Madison hospital denied by Health Dept.

by Amy McCullough Published: August 26,2010

Tags: HMA, Madison, Mary Currier, St. Dominic, state Health Department

See related story: Big Money at Stake – Aug. 16, 2010 State Health Officer Dr. Mary Currier has denied St. Dominic’s request to move 71 of its Jackson beds to Madison and construct a new $121 million facility. St. Dominic says it will appeal the decision in Hinds County Chancery Court. Currier agreed with previous […] [...]

Fighting the good fight in flu season

by Laura Smith Published: December 14,2009

Tags: H1N1, Mary Currier, Mississippi State Department of Health, swine flu

The need remains for folks to continue to get vaccinated   The H1N1 flu season that affected nearly 1,300 Mississippians earlier this year has slacked off, but with seasonal flu months approaching, there is still a need for people to get vaccinated and take precautions.  Dr. Mary Currier, interim state health officer for the Mississippi […] [...]

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