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MedeFile and Dr. Lorne Stitsky Host 'Open House' at Personal Choice Family Practice in Jupiter, Florida

CEDAR KNOLLS, N.J. and JUPITER, Fla., April 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- MedeFile International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MDFI), a company specializing in portable electronic medical records management solutions, along with Dr. Lorne S. Stitsky, "The House Call Doc," will be hosting a special two day event to celebrate the Official Grand Opening of Personal Choice Family Practice (PCFP), a new concierge family medical practice based in Jupiter, Florida.

WHEN: Friday, May 2, 2008 -- 8:00 AM ET -- 9:00 PM ET

Saturday, May 3, 2008 -- 8:30 AM ET -- 12:00 PM ET

WHERE: The Bermudiana

4601 Military Trail, Suite 209

Jupiter, Florida

WHAT: The public is welcome! Come learn first hand about PCFP's

Personalized Membership Programs, tour PCFP's "home-like" office

and meet Dr. Stitsky and his friendly staff. In addition, senior

officials from MedeFile International will be on site to

demonstrate the MedeFile System, a highly secure technological

solution designed to gather all of its members' actual medical

records and create a single, comprehensive medical record that is

accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week from any desktop or

laptop computer or hand-held web-enabled computing device.

Catering for the event is being provided by "Leftovers."

Personal Choice Family Practice is led by Lorne S. Stitsky, D.O., known locally as the "House Call Doc." The boutique family medical practice was founded to "practice medicine the old fashioned way -- but with a high tech twist." By limiting his practice to only 400 'personal patients' who pay an annual membership fee for guaranteed personalized medical care, Dr. Stitsky is free to focus on meeting the health and wellness needs of each patient enrolled in one of several offered individual and family plans.

SOURCE MedeFile International, Inc.
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