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ANNOUNCING NOVEMBER’S SMARTEST DOC CHALLENGE WINNERS

  
  
  
  
  
The Smartest Internist

The Smartest Internist in America is Dr. George Bahadue of Florida

The Smartest Internist Team Player is Dr. Jacintha Kamalnath of California, a member of Team MBC in the Super Bowl of Internal Medicine Division West

Congratulations to November’s Smartest Internists in America!  They will be receiving their awards soon. Watch your Messages Inbox for more details and the official announcement to all Smartest Doc players and MDLinx members.

The Top 50 individual Smartest Internist players will receive certificates in recognition of their performance throughout the month of November. Please be sure to inform us of any changes to your mailing address if you are contacted by us via email.

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Good Luck and Have Fun!

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