Dr. William M. Grantham, Medical Director of MEA Medical Clinic in Clinton, has been named the new president of the Mississippi State Medical Association. The Association’s members elect a new president every year. Dr. Lee Voulters of Gulfport is the immediate past president of the Association.
The changing of leadership took place at the 149th Annual Session of the MSMA House of Delegates, August 11 and 12, in Jackson, Mississippi.
“I am thrilled to be assuming the role of president of MSMA This is an honor and I am grateful for the challenge before me,” Dr. Grantham said. “These are critical times for health care in Mississippi and across the nation. The physicians in our state need to make sure their voices are heard as we navigate these challenging waters.”
A family practice physician, Dr. Grantham is Medical Director of the MEA Medical Clinic in Clinton. A native of Hattiesburg, he attended medical school at the University of Mississippi Medical School in Jackson, and interned and served his residency at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. Dr. Grantham has been licensed to practice in Mississippi and Alabama since 1989.
MEA Medical Clinics have provided convenient, compassionate healthcare since 1979. There are 14 conveniently located clinics; 12 in the Jackson metro area, with one in Laurel and one in Vicksburg. Five of these clinics are now MEA Primary Care Plus facilities. One of Mississippi’s fastest growing healthcare teams, MEA continues to be “where you need us, when you need us”! MEA is a service of St. Dominic’s Medical System.
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