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Specialists On Call Delivers 10,000th Emergency Teleneurology Consultation
Date:12/21/2009

y standards that our hospital clients are held to. So everyone wins with this solution, which is why we're growing now into new states and specialties, because their on-call dynamics are essentially the same. The SOC team's very hard work and our investors' commitment has put SOC in a leadership position within a growth industry that we will not relinquish."

SOC's SVP of Operations, Karen Deli, added, "We are thrilled to have built something that delivers such positive results for everyone involved. Patients and their families, hospitals, local physicians and insurance companies all benefit from our teleneurology service. Considering the number of lives affected by 10,000 consultations, SOC is a real game changer and it's a privilege to be a part of this company. The fact that we improve the clinical and the financial strength of our hospital clients will drive us to perform more than 13,000 consultations in 2010 alone."

Tammie Stefanko, the Stroke Coordinator at Baptist Hospital in Pensacola, Florida, added, "Specialists On Call has made a tremendous impact on our hospital and our patients. With SOC, we have immediate access to neurologists and we can treat stroke patients with confidence and regularity. We have already had a number of success stories with their teleneurology service and we frequently use it for our patients with any neurologic emergency."

Dr. Peterson summarized, "10,000 consultations is both a testament to our clinical effectiveness and a validation of our business model. We're expanding the adoption and utilization of our teleneurology service in partnership with some of the best neurologists in the country and, in doing so, we have the knowledge in hand today to pursue our goal of accelerating growth from 12 states to a truly national scope."

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