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PHSI, INC. Develops Revolutionary Vision-Hearing Program
Date:10/28/2009

ottom line. Vision and hearing together is a natural fit"

PHSI is and will remain at the forefront of this exciting new business model. Physician's Hearing Service, Inc. provides you with a step-by-step, 'out-of-the-box' solution to building and operating a successful hearing program. From day one, you will be guided through the process of equipping, setting up, staffing, stocking, opening, and operating your hearing program, all while retaining complete ownership. With little effort on your part, you can increase your bottom line without changing locations or searching for a new client base. Utilizing your current patients, PHSI will provide action plans, forms, script notes, marketing materials, strategies, and ongoing consultation towards your successful venture into adding a hearing program to your clinic.

PHSI management will welcome your questions and interests at the AAO Show in San Francisco, Booth # 5023.

About Us: Physician's Hearing Service, Inc was founded by Reg Garratt and John Olive, two Senior partners that have identified the need for more hearing health professionals. Garratt and Olive joined forces in the year 2000 when they served together as Chairman and Executive Director of the Better Hearing Institute in Washington, DC. Their extensive backgrounds in healthcare marketing and planning, as well as hearing aids and hospital management, have fostered their continuing prosperous relationship into the hearing healthcare industry.

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