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Crdentia Hires Jean Stewart as Chief Operating Officer
Date:6/11/2008

Adds 24 Years of Healthcare Staffing Experience to Leadership Team

DALLAS, June 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Crdentia Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: CRDT), a leading U.S. provider of healthcare staffing services, today announced the appointment of Jean Stewart as the Company's Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. In this newly created position, Ms. Stewart's responsibilities will include oversight of all of Crdentia's field operations, which includes 19 offices located throughout Arizona, Texas, Alabama, Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. As part of her duties, Ms. Stewart will supervise the Company's staff of hub operations managers. Ms. Stewart will report directly to John Kaiser, CEO of Crdentia.

Commenting on the appointment, Mr. Kaiser said, "I am pleased to announce that, after an extensive search, we have been successful in identifying and bringing onboard an extremely qualified and talented individual to serve as Crdentia's Chief Operating Officer. Jean has spent her entire 20-year career in the healthcare industry, with executive management responsibilities in sales, business development and operations, often as part of a team managing divisions greater in size than Crdentia today. Jean has extensive experience in successfully managing multi-site healthcare operations and handling the challenges of growing businesses in competitive markets. I look forward to working closely with Jean to execute our strategy to expand our presence throughout the attractive U.S. Sun Belt region, continually drive revenue growth and accelerate the path to profitability."

Ms. Stewart joins Crdentia from TLC Health Care Services (recently acquired by Amedisys Inc.), a leading national provider of Medicare home health care services specializing in care for the elderly, where she served as Divisional Director of Sales. At TLC Health Care Services, Ms. Stewart successfully reorganized her regional sales team and significantly grew annual West D
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