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Kerry R. Hicks Joins Physicians' Capital Investments as Vice-Chairman of Board
Date:12/11/2012

DALLAS, Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Physicians' Capital Investments®, LLC (PCI/the Company) is pleased to announce the addition of Kerry R. Hicks as Vice-Chairman of PCI's Board. Kerry brings a wealth of experience growing healthcare companies in the U.S. Most recently, Kerry served as CEO of Healthgrades®. Kerry will work closely with the board and management team of PCI to further refine PCI's medical real estate development business model and to further accelerate the growth of the company.

With the addition of Kerry, the Company's Board will include Mats Wahlström (Chairman), Pedro Vergne-Marini, MD (Founder and Vice-Chairman), Pedro Juan Vergne-Morell (CEO and Board Member), Gregg Sonnen (Board Member), Francisco Javier Vergne-Morell (Sr. VP of Business Development, General Counsel and Board Member), Michael Lazarus, MD (Board Member) and James Cotton, MD (Board Member).

"Our rigorous standards for transparency, compliance and scalability already set us apart from our competitors," said Pedro Juan Vergne-Morell, CEO of PCI. "With the addition of Kerry's expertise and talent, PCI is positioned for unprecedented growth in the development of new medical facilities and we couldn't be happier."                                                                                             

The feeling is mutual – "PCI has a great team in place and I am excited to add yet another dimension," said Kerry. "They have an appealing model that's timed perfectly for today's growing healthcare industry."                                                 
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