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Dr. Conway Departure Notice

Dear Patient,

I am excited to announce that I have accepted a position at The UT Health McGovern Medical School Department of Orthopedic Surgery in Houston, where I will continue to care for my patients as I have done in the past.

I invite you to join me at my new practice in Houston to continue your care:

UT Physicians, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

6400 Fannin Street, Suite 1700  

Houston, Texas 77030    

 (713) 486-6844

Appointment email: utorthoappointments@uth.tmc.edu

I will see patients on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning June 15, 2021

The patient/physician relationship is a special relationship based on trust and confidence. Therefore, you should be able to receive care from whomever you desire and feel comfortable doing so. If you do not want to go to Houston to continue your care with me and need assistance in finding a new physician, please call (817) 854-9969, and my nurse or I will help you find a doctor.

A copy of your medical records may be released to you, transferred to me or another physician, only through your written permission. To initiate a medical record transfer, click here.

Alternatively, you may click here and download the attached release and email, fax, or mail to: UT Orthopedics, Attn: Dr. John Conway and Cynthia Plitt, Fax 713-512-2234 (address above).

Your medical records will remain on file at Texas Orthopaedic Associates, 8210 Walnut Hill Lane, Suite 130, Dallas, TX  75231

Thank you for the confidence you have shown in me as your physician.

Sincerely,

Dr. John Conway

 

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