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April 17th, 2016
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- Practice for Sale

- Sea Courses: Patagonia

- A4M: Gut Bacteria May Help Decrease Stroke

- A4M: Tomorrow's Medicine Today

- VestaPay

- Recent and Popular Jobs

- Mercy Ships: Urgent—Volunteers Needed

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San Luis Obispo

Practice for Sale

Physician is retiring and plans to be full time missionary. Practice was offered at $1.2 million last year but has not sold so he has closed the doors and is seeking a buyer for his Medicare approved facility two condos which are fully equipped and only asking $600K for everything! Includes Real Estate!

Extraordinary Opportunity for a PM and R Physician or Anesthesiologist! Call me for further info and to lets set an appointment. I have pictures.

ALSO Physician retiring said he would assist the buyer to establish he relationships he has had over many years.

Look forward to speaking to you soon.

John Paju And Associates
619 South State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482

Pismo Beach
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7 Night Pristine Patagonia CME Cruise

November 25th-December 2nd, 2017
Chile, Patagonia, Cape Horn, Ushuaia, and Argentina

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Sea Courses is very excited to announce that we will be leading a very exciting and rare cruise experience in Patagonia November 25th-December 2nd, 2017

We are truly excited to be adding this expedition voyage to our CME cruise offerings. The Stella Austrails is a modern, yet casual cruise ship, specifically designed for these voyages. Your days will be filled with talks by knowledgeable guides and amazing shore excursions. This smaller vessel allows us to experience fjords and stops including Cape Horn, where larger cruise ships can only sail by. You will follow in the footsteps of Magellan, Drake and Darwin as you hike secluded beaches, listen to groaning glaciers, explore the lush sub-polar forest, discover elephant seals, penguins and other native creatures. Truly a unique experience.


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Gut Bacteria May Help Decrease Stroke

According to a new study, certain types of bacteria in the gut can leverage the immune system to decrease the severity of stroke.

Stroke is currently the second leading cause of death worldwide. The most common type is ischemic stroke, during which a blocked blood vessel prevents blood from reaching the brain. Researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center…

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The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine

24th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine

May 19th-21st, 2016
Hollywood, Florida

The 24th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine is the “can’t miss” event of the year, offering you the opportunity to join the future of medicine today.

Anti-Aging Medicine is a personalized treatment model that inspires a partnership between patient and practitioner. The World Congress will offer unique clinical approaches that promote disease prevention and lifestyle management and will provide access to unparalleled content, ground-breaking research, knowledgeable speakers, and valuable resources that enable today’s health practitioners for sustained success and growth.

Hollywood, Florida

Specialty Workshops

The 24th Annual World Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine Specialty Workshops foster collaboration and dialog among industry experts in a focused, intimate environment. Full-day workshops will offer information tailored for your interest and are designed to propel you towards growth.

  • The Good Gut: Understanding the Keys to Health
  • Menopause/Andropause: Improving the Health & Happiness of Your Patients with Bio-identical Hormones
  • Laboratory Testing Simplified: Where to Start? What Next?
  • The Continuum of Inflammation: Managing Chronic Disease States
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Growing Epidemic in US Hospitals


The Frightening Facts

57 hospitals have closed since 2010, including 15 in 2015 alone!

130 employees have been fired for every 100 hospital beds

Every failing hospital believed they would find a buyer but…

None were purchased

The Typical Thought Process

“We’re too big and important to fail in our community.” (you’re not)

“A white knight buyer will come to our rescue.” (they won’t)

“A new buyer will keep us operating as before.” (they won’t)

“A new buyer will retain current management.” (they won’t)

So what’s the solution?

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The Best Path for Health Care Professionals Seeking Brighter Futures

Physician Crossroads: The Best Path for Health Care Professionals Seeking Brighter Futures

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Bringing Hope and Healing to the World’s Poor

Mercy Ships volunteers are selfless servants who bring hope and healing every day to the poorest of the world’s poor. They change lives by delivering the highest quality care to individuals who otherwise would have little access to medical services. But they don’t just change the lives of those they serve. They are changed, as well.

  • Mercy Ships has 1,200 volunteer career staff and crew from 40+ nations, and 2,000 short-term volunteers annually
  • Performed services valued at $748 million, impacting 2.16 million people
  • Performed more than 41,000 operations such as cleft lip and palate, cataract removal, straightening of crossed eyes, orthopaedic and facial reconstruction
  • Treated over 361,000 patients in village clinics with more than 408,000 medical procedures performed
  • Treated over 79,000 dental patients with more than 206,000 dental procedures performed
  • Educated 14,500 local health care workers, who have in turn trained multiple thousands in primary health care
  • Trained local medical professionals in modern health care techniques
  • Completed over 1,058 community development projects focusing on water and sanitation, education, infrastructure development and agriculture
  • Completed over 560 port visits in 53 developing nations and 17 developed nations

Urgent Need for Medical Volunteers and Support Staff

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619 S. State St. Ukiah, CA 95482

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