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Dr. Donald Hohman Departure

To Dr. Hohman Patients:


You are receiving this letter as you have seen Dr. Donald W. Hohman at our office. We were notified late last month that he would be departing Texas Orthopaedic Associates as of October 30, 2020.

 

Dr. Hohman’s new office location is listed below:
Texas Joint Institute

7777 Forest Lane

Suite C-106

Dallas, Texas 75230

972-566-5255

 

We were advised yesterday that the number above is live and active.

 

We recognize that many of you may be longstanding patients with our practice. Thank you. If you are in current treatment with Dr. Hohman and have scheduled an appointment for November 1, 2020, or later, we have provided the information to his new office and someone will be calling you regarding your appointment. If you are in current treatment and need to make an appointment, call the number above.  Medical record information is listed below.

 

If you were referred to Dr. Hohman by one of our other orthopaedic specialists and want to remain in our practice, or want to see one of our hip or knee physicians for a current or future need, please call us at 214.750.1207.

 

Your medical records are private and confidential and will be maintained by this office in accordance with Texas State Board of Medical Examiners Medical Records chapter 165.1 (b) and 165.5 (a). If at any time you would like a copy of your medical records, Healthmark, our medical record copy service, will be happy to assist you. You will need to create an account on their website at https://medrelease.healthmark-group.com/360/Account/Login. You can reach Healthmark via phone at 1-800-659-4035.

 

Should you have any questions feel free to call our office at 214.750.1207.

Best of health and stay safe.    

Sincerely,

Tracy Jackson, CEO

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