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Physicians' Capital Investments Announces Relocation of its Corporate Headquarters to Dallas, TX
Date:12/13/2011

ity, modern and efficient medical office and clinical facilities across the United States. PCI guides each project by providing ongoing expertise in project management, development, financing, lease negotiations, facility and investment management services. Typically, PCI provides a unique opportunity for individual physicians and their employees to purchase medical and clinical facilities while limiting liability. PCI is owned in part by physicians; which inspires the Company's tagline "Physicians Investing in Physicians." In addition to its Dallas headquarters office, PCI also maintains a regional office at 1225 Seventeenth St., Suite 1750, Denver CO 80202. For more information on PCI, please visit www.physcap.com.

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