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September 23, 2004

Dr. Keller To Close Medical Clinics in October

After 22 years of providing medical services to the community Dr. Ronald Keller will be closing the doors to his medical clinics in both Memphis and Kahoka effective October 29.

Dr. Keller pointed to increasing costs of insurance as one of the main factors in making the decision.

The long-time Memphis resident stressed that he is not retiring and has no immediate plans to leave the area. Dr. Keller will continue to work through the area hospitals and work as an emergency room physician.

“This decision has been difficult,” Dr. Keller stated. “I wish to thank my loyal employees for their dedication and hard work. It will be hard to see them working in another capacity.”

Dr. Keller noted that he will be happy to transfer medical records to other physicians of the patient’s choice. He also pointed out that his clinic will be closed the last week of September but will be open the entire month of October.


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