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Doctor Diabetic Supply, Inc. Acquires Diabetes Source Rx
Date:6/16/2009

MIAMI, June 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Doctor Diabetic Supply, Inc., one of the nation's leading distributors of diabetic testing supplies and related products, is proud to announce that it has acquired Diabetes Source Rx, a Lafayette-LA based distributor of diabetes supplies. The acquisition is an important step in the execution of Doctor Diabetic Supply's growth strategy. Customers from Diabetes Source Rx will be easily integrated into the Doctor Diabetic Supply family of clients, given the similarities in the service models of both companies.

"We appreciate the opportunity to continue serving Diabetes Source Rx valued customers and helping them live healthier. We are committed to keep Diabetes Source Rx customers as loyal customers for many years to come by delivering quality products and unmatched service with every order," said George Heisel, President of Doctor Diabetic Supply.

Molly Mouton, Diabetes Source Rx's President, expressed her pleasure with the acquisition: "Patient service and satisfaction have always been our primary focus. When we decided to sell our company there was no doubt in our minds that Doctor Diabetic was the lone choice to provide unparalleled customer service and attention to every aspect of our patients' diabetic needs to carry on our tradition."

Doctor Diabetic Supply has implemented a communications and customer service plan to welcome Diabetes Source Rx's customers, and support them throughout the integration phase.

About Doctor Diabetic Supply, Inc.

Doctor Diabetic Supply, Inc. is a medical supply distribution company headquartered in Miami, FL. Doctor Diabetic Supply employs over 260 people and serves more than 80,000 customers nationwide. The company is a leading direct-to-consumer provider of diabetic testing supplies and related products. Founded in 2001, Doctor Diabetic Supply, Inc. has grown to be one of the largest diabetic supply
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