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    [Dr. Freeman/Mayo Clinic]

    Author: Heather I. (65.247.157.---)

    Date: 10-23-02 22:58

    Has anyone seen or heard of Dr. Freeman in the cardiovascular disease section of the Rochester, MN Mayo Clinic? When I called to make my upcoming appt. this is who they scheduled me with and I'm just hoping he's part of the HCM clinic drs. I seem to be thinking of all of these things the closer my appt. gets........

    Heather I.


    [Re: Dr. Freeman/Mayo Clinic]

    Author: Sarah B.-Board Moderator (---.client.attbi.com)

    Date: 10-23-02 23:06

    Dear Heather,

    As long as you told them that you have HCM when you made the appointment, you will be fine. They have a very team-oriented approach there and you will have a primary cardiologist and then probably see an electrophysiologist and they will all consult with the rest of the HCM team, too.

    I'm sorry I didn't write you back, I've been out of town. I'm writing you right now, actually!!

    NOTE: This is a post from the previous forum message board.