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Phyhealth Signs Agreement with Argus Dental to Provide Dental Services for Pilot HMO
Date:5/8/2008

MIAMI, May 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Physicians Healthcare Management Group, Inc. (Phyhealth) (Pink Sheets: PHYH), a developer of health maintenance organizations (HMOs) in partnership with physicians, today announced that Phyhealth Plan Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Phyhealth, has signed an agreement with Argus Dental of Tampa, Florida to provide dental services for its Pilot HMO scheduled to be launched in the latter half of 2008.

Mr. Robert Trinka, chairman and chief executive officer, stated, "In keeping with our mandate to offer the highest quality, yet affordable healthcare to our members as we prepare to roll out our first Pilot HMO in the state of Florida, we are pleased to announce that Argus Dental has signed on as a provider of dental services. Argus' network consists of over 1,500 dental providers throughout Florida that have been credentialed according to the standards set forth by the National Committee for Quality Assurance and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Argus' stringent screening process helps ensure that only the best dentists in the business are accepted into the plan. We are confident that members signing up for our Pilot HMO will receive the best care available to address their dental needs."

Dr. Nicholas Kavouklis, President and CEO of Argus Dental, commented, "Phyhealth shares our commitment to excellence and together we will provide comprehensive, yet affordable dental care in a community-based setting. A personalized, patient-centric approach to healthcare is beneficial and comforting to patients and we look forward to joining forces with Phyhealth as it brings its unique brand of healthcare to the Florida marketplace later this year."

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Physicians Healthcare Management Group, Inc. (Phyhealth) is a developer of community-based health maintenance organizations (HMOs) that are owned and operated in partnership with the particip
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