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“My patient who made it into Lindner had a wonderful experience. The family was very positive about the level of attention they got.

And I have to tell you I was very impressed that Dr. Edwards called me and we were able to speak about the patient and he followed through with my concerns. It worked out really well and he gave me some follow-up as well.

So thank you for the Lindner Center. I am optimistic that you guys are going to be providing for the community what we really have been lacking.”

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