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

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About Physicians' Capital Investments, LLC (PCI)

Founded in 2007, PCI has over 100 years of combined medical construction/development, clinical care and healthcare management expertise. Over the last five years, PCI has successfully developed customized, high quality, modern and efficient medical office and clinical facilities across the United States. PCI guides each project by providing ongoing expertise in project management, development, financing, lease negotiations, and facility and investment management services. Typically, PCI provides a unique opportunity for individual physicians and their employees to purchase medical and clinical facilities while limiting liability. In addition to its Dallas headquarters office located at 8117 Preston Rd., Suite 400, Dallas, TX 75225, PCI also maintains a regional office at 1225 Seventeenth St., Suite 1750, Denver CO 80202. For more information on PCI, please visit www.physcap.com.

About Kerry R. Hicks

Mr. Hicks brings over 27 years of experience leading healthcare companies. Most recently Kerry served as CEO of Healthgrades. Since launching Healthgrades in 1998, Kerry led the publicly traded company through eleven years of growth, and then facilitated the sale of the business to Vestar Capital Partners for $295 million in 2010. Under Kerry's leadership, Healthgrades transformed into the premier destination for consumers seeking information on doctors and hospitals, growing to nearly one million daily visitors across its online properties. Kerry built Healthgrades from a predecessor company, Specialty Care Network, where he served as President and Chief Executive Officer from 1995 to 1998. In 2000, he was named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, and today he continues to serve as Chairman of HealthGrades while routinely serving as a contributing columnist to numerous business publications inclu
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