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Dear Patients,

I have decided to retire from my medical practice effective 8/1/2020. It has been a great privilege to have known and cared for so many patients over the thirty three years I have been at Marlboro Hospital.

Your continued medical care is important. I will continue to be available for telephone calls only through 8/1/20. Please call me at 508-954-6511 or 978-443-3-36 I urge you going forward to establish yourself with a new GI practice as soon as possible for your ongoing GI conditions and endoscopy procedures. Your PCP can refer you to a new practice or with confidence I pass on the following names:

-Milford GI Southborough office 508 281 0600

-Greater Boston GI of Framingham, Marlborough and Hudson 508-620-9200

-UMass Memorial GI dept. Worcester 508 334 2846

In terms of medical records, at the time of service with me all office visits, GI procedures and pathology reports were forwarded to, and should be available thru your PCP record including procedure recall dates.

Copies of procedure and pathology reports, imaging studies and labs done through Marlboro Hospital and Endoscopy Unit are available to physicians through the hospital Epic system. Patients can easily obtain copies thru the UMass Memorial patient portal MyChart. Log in or sign up to secure your medical records at: www.mychartonline.umassmemorial.org

Copies of procedure and pathology reports, imaging studies and labs done at Charles River Medical sites should be included in your Charles River PCP record or can easily be obtained by patients through the Charles River patient portal. You can either log in or sign up at: www.charlesrivermed.com/patient-gateway

If you had labs drawn at any Quest lab center you can easily obtain copies of those labs results through the Quest site. Either log in or sign up at: myquest.questdiagnostics.com

I have valued our physician-patient relationship over these past years more than I can express in words. I thank you for the many years of loyalty and friendship and will take the memories of all that I have experienced with me into my retirement.

I wish you continued good health,

John R Curran, MD