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New family medical clinic opens at Guy’s Pharmacy


New family medical clinic opens at Guy’s Pharmacy
Two countians have opened a new medical clinic in town, conveniently located inside Guy’s Pharmacy in Tylertown.
Southern Remedy Family Medicine is owned and operated by Chelsea Hill, FNP, and her husband, Eric Hill, FNP,
The Hills received their initial medical training through the Southwest Community College associate degree nursing (ADN) program a few years apart. Both later advanced to a BS in nursing. In 2018 Chelsea received her master’s in nursing from Walden University, based in Minneapolis, Minn., following Eric, who received his master’s two years earlier, in 2016.
The Hills are both board certified having sat for the AANP–American Association of Nurse Practitioners exams–a credentialing association.
Chelsea was formerly with Magnolia Clinic at Magnolia, while Eric was employed full time with Southwest Regional Medical Center at the emergency room.
She will staff the Southern Remedy location at Guys, while Eric will be assisting part-time.
Chelsea is the daughter of Rhonda Kennedy, while Eric is the son of Bruce Hill. They married in 2019. The couple have two children. A 13-year-old daughter attends Park Place School near Jackson, while a 12-year-old son attends Salem High School.
Nursing as a profession was a natural for both, Chelsea says. They both enjoy helping people, and working in the medical profession is a natural extension of that.
“Being able to make a difference in someone’s life by providing medical care, especially in a small town, means a lot to both of us,” Chelsea said. “The opportunity to open a Tylertown clinic presented itself, and we both felt this was our calling. We’re happy to provide medical care to our hometown and county, and treat the people we’ve been around most of our lives.”
Southern Remedy Family Medicine is available for all your primary care needs and sick care needs, as well. Drive-through options are available upon request by phone for sick visits or those with mobility issues.
Contact the clinic at 601-803-5676. Clinic hours are Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday, 8 a.m.-12 noon.

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