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MedCAREERS GROUP, Inc. Forms Advisory Board and Names Two Members
Date:3/3/2010

Commenting on the formation of the advisory board and the two appointees, MedCAREERS GROUP CEO Bryan Crutchfield stated:  "We are pleased to be able to add two accomplished individuals with specific expertise and vision directly related to our strategy.  Dr. Jaret has an accomplished career in the dental staffing industry and is a healthcare professional in his own right.  Will Goldstein has a long history in the physician staffing space and was the founder of medcareers.com back in 1999.  Will's vision back in 1999 still stands and with the advancements in technology, I expect him to contribute greatly to our online strategy."

Commenting on his appointment, Dr. Alec Jaret added, "I am pleased to be a part of MedCAREERS Group.  I am a big believer that there is a lot of opportunity in the online healthcare job posting and staffing areas and I hope my contributions of advice and my experience will help MedCAREERS achieve its goals."

Dr. Alec Jaret Biography:  

Alec Jaret, DMD, is a co-founder of HealthDrive Corporation, one of the leading groups that provide ancillary medical and dental services to the institutionalized geriatric populat
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