Published on July 12, 2022

NMMC’S Family Medicine Residency Program Honors Recent Graduates

TUPELO, Mississippi—The North Mississippi Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program held a graduation ceremony June 25 to honor eight graduates:

Nicholas BondioNicholas Bondio, D.O.

Nicholas Bondio, D.O., of Kenner, Louisiana, is joining Diamondhead Family Practice in Diamondhead. Dr. Bondio earned his bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University and his medical degree from William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is the son of John and Peggy Bondio.


Tori CollierTorey Collier, M.D.

Torey Collier, M.D., of Ocean Springs is joining Chickasaw Medical Clinic in Houston. Dr. Collier received her bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University and her medical degree from University of Mississippi School of Medicine. She is the daughter of David and Chantal Krause. She and her husband, Ethan, have two children, Ryland and Adler. 


Tyler CrosswhiteTyler Crosswhite, M.D.

Tyler Crosswhite, M.D., of Saltillo is joining Saltillo Medical Clinic. Dr. Crosswhite, who grew up in Tupelo, received his bachelor’s degree at Freed-Hardeman University and his medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in Jackson. During his final year in the Family Medicine Residency Program, he served as Administrative Chief Resident. He is the son of Ronnie and Kathy Crosswhite. He and his wife, Maryn, have a son, Jenson. 


Maribeth HillhouseMaribeth Hillhouse, M.D.

Maribeth Hillhouse, M.D., of Jackson is joining Winston Medical Center in Louisville. Dr. Hillhouse received her bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University and her medical degree from University of Mississippi School of Medicine. She is the daughter of Brent and Lori Barfield. She and husband, Justin, have a son, Tabor. 


Anthony HortonAnthony Horton, D.O.

Anthony Horton, D.O., of Red Bay, Alabama, is joining Medical Associates of the Shoals in Sheffield, Alabama. Dr. Horton received his bachelor’s degree from University of North Alabama in Florence and his medical degree from Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Auburn, Alabama. His parents are Tony and Lynnette Horton. He and his wife, Caroline, have two children, Ann Carver and James. 


Forrest LyonForrest Lyon, M.D.

Forrest Lyon, M.D. of Booneville is joining Booneville Medical Clinic. Dr. Lyon, who grew up in Russellville, Alabama, earned his undergraduate degree from the University of South Alabama in Mobile and his medical degree from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine. He is the son of Mark Lyon and Denise Mcintire. He and his wife, Callie, have two sons, Reid and Cooper. 


Falan McKnightFalan McKnight, M.D.

Falan McKnight, M.D., of Louisville is joining Louisville Medical Clinic. Dr. McKnight, who grew up in Weir, received her bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University and her medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in Jackson. During her final year in the Family Medicine Residency Program, she served as Academic Chief Resident. She is the daughter of Jeff and Liz McKnight.

Marcus WilsonMarcus Wilson, D.O.

Marcus Wilson, D.O., of Gulfport is joining Memorial Physicians Clinic in Gulfport. Dr. Wilson received his bachelor’s degree in nursing from Brigham Young University in Hawaii and his medical degree from the William Carey University of Osteopathic Medicine in Hattiesburg. 

FMRC graduates 2022Family Medical Residency Program Graduates 2022

For more information on the NMMC Family Medicine Residency Program, call (662) 377-2189 or 1-800-THE DESK (1-800-843-3375).

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