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VirtualHealth Technologies Will Change Its Name to VHGI Holdings, Inc. and Surges Forward Into Broader Market
Date:1/19/2010

LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. 19 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- VirtualHealth Technologies, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VHGI) announced today that it will be changing its name to VHGI Holdings, Inc. to better reflect the company's business development beyond just healthcare. According to Jim Renfro, VHGI President, "This name change is an important part of our continuing effort to demonstrate our company's commitment on asset diversification and creating more value for our shareholders without limiting our opportunities. It has been abundantly clear that success in today's climate is achieved by being flexible, responsive and nimble, this identity transformation will help us achieve that."  

VHGI recently returned to the precious metals and mining market with the establishment of subsidiary VHGI Gold. A great deal of momentum is now behind the lease purchase acquisition of the Treasure Gulch Gold Mine in Prescott Arizona. This is the first of several diverse opportunities that VHGI will be exploiting as part of its 2010 strategy, this name change being the cornerstone of those changes and the catalyst for rapid growth this coming year.

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Investors are invited to obtain information concerning our operations at http://www.virtualhealthtechnologies.com  or by calling shareholder relations at 859-514-6982.

About VHGI and VHGI Gold

VHGI is a diverse company with assets and interests focusing on opportunities within the Healthcare Technology Industry and Precious Metals / Energy Resources Markets. VHGI Gold, a
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