thanks

Dear friends,
Thanks! Now, let’s see if I get a call on Tuesday.
Faithfully yours,
m.


M.,

Thank you for your emails. I apologize for the delay in responding to you. Typically in situations like yours the delay in response is due either to a miscommunication on our end or conflicting schedules on the part of faculty that precludes full discussion of your case.

I am pleased to say that we have overcome those issues and are ready to move forward. Dr. James Hanley, AssociateDean for Clinical Affairs, will be contacting you next Tuesday to set up an appointment for you to be seen in our clinic.

Once again I apologize for the misstep and I look forward to hearing of a speedy resolution to your concern.

Sincerely,

Huw F. Thomas
Dean, TUSDM

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