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  1. Hope Hetico, hi how are you? I wasn’t sure if you were still in Atlanta and are still teaching? I hear from Ann quite frequently but lost touch with you? Tried to use the current web link to find Dr. Marcinko’s travel itinerary for 2015-2016. Just got the Southwestern Center Times, August alumni edition, with news that philanthropist Lyda Hill donated $25M to spearhead their new Bioinformatics Center that will likely bridge research and clinical care that I’ll no no doubt be more involved with over the next twenty years. I’ll try to get the digital copy of our publication to you’all, to note a proud Uncle of recent graduate Dr.Zachary Scott Shirley, M.D., whose father Matt is in Birmingham, Alabama, and my sister Laura Mata Brown, recently stepped down from the position of Chief Executive Officer of Laurel Ridge Hospital, a private psychiatric residential treatment center still offering treatment to active and retired military families, and acute care for any resident of Texas to move to Louisville, Kentucky to facilitate opening more outpatient psychiatric care to rural communities, unfortunately in cities like Dallas and even San Antonio, Texas there is a three month wait to see such physicians excepting new patients. I’m planning to be in Dallas in September for my 30’s reunion from med school, and one of our guest features will be one of my former professors of pediatrics and clinician wanting feedback, on new training of physicians and all allied health care workers in this digital ages, and would like to keep in touch with both you Prof. Hetico and Dr. Marcinko for suggestions planned for the future curriculum of mentors like yourselves. Thanks. Regards, Rick Mata, M.D. Bye Now.

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  2. HI RICK,
    Hope Hetico, hi how are you?
    FINE THANKS. Great to have an update from U.
    Trying to finish up proofreading the last 800 pages of our newest book – on Medical Risk Management – now in production:
    https://www.crcpress.com/Risk-Management-Liability-Insurance-and-Asset-Protection-Strategies-for/Marcinko-Hetico/9781498725989

    I wasn’t sure if you were still in Atlanta and are still teaching?
    I am currently in Chicago spearheading a new ACO under the Federal MSSP initiatives., But, more of a road warrior travelling to and fro.

    I hear from Ann quite frequently but lost touch with you? Tried to use the current web link to find Dr. Marcinko’s travel itinerary for 2015-2016.
    He is still searching and interviewing for the “perfect fit” position. Current target is CEO of a pharma-business incubator at UNC. May still need your reference one day.

    Just got the Southwestern Center Times, August alumni edition, with news that philanthropist Lyda Hill donated $25M to spearhead their new Bioinformatics Center that will likely bridge research and clinical care that I’ll no no doubt be more involved with over the next twenty years. I’ll try to get the digital copy of our publication to you’all,
    Would love to review it.

    to note a proud Uncle of recent graduate Dr.Zachary Scott Shirley, M.D.,
    [Mazel Tov] whose father Matt is in Birmingham, Alabama, and my sister Laura Mata Brown, recently stepped down from the position of Chief Executive Officer of Laurel Ridge Hospital
    [there is a LRH in Atlanta], a private psychiatric residential treatment center still offering treatment to active and retired military families, and acute care for any resident of Texas to move to Louisville, Kentucky to facilitate opening more outpatient psychiatric care to rural communities, unfortunately in cities like Dallas and even San Antonio, Texas there is a three month wait to see such physicians excepting new patients. I’m planning to be in Dallas in September for my 30’s reunion from med school, and one of our guest features will be one of my former professors of pediatrics and clinician wanting feedback, on new training of physicians and all allied health care workers in this digital ages,
    I’ve attached chapters 10 and 20 of the new book for your review. It was written by Shahid Shah; maybe U know him? Please keep it confidential.

    and would like to keep in touch with both you Prof. Hetico and Dr. Marcinko for suggestions planned for the future curriculum of mentors like yourselves. OF COURSE.
    The book TOC is also attached; FYI. We named U CMIO, too.
    Thanks. Regards, Rick Mata, M.D. Bye Now.

    Be well.

    HOPE

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