Palm Springs Pediatrician picks Cardinal Healthcare Group for succession plan

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FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS – 06-24-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Renowned Palm Springs, California pediatrician Dr. Alexander Villarasa has partnered with Cardinal Healthcare Group to plan and execute the succession plan for his practice.  Dr. Villarasa has been in practice since 1988, and has built an exemplary reputation in the exclusive community of Palm Springs, as a physician with excellent bedside manner and who practices high quality medicine.  Dr. Villarasa employs a nurse practitioner, along with 6 additional FTEs, and all total see 30-40 patients per day.  The practice sees patients from newborn to 18 years of age.  Joe Goddard, managing partner for Cardinal Healthcare Group, based in Arkansas, recently met with Dr. Villarasa at his practice in Palm Springs and states “we are very excited to be working with Dr. Villarasa and his team to bring a solid pediatrician who will acquire the practice and continue serving the kids of Palm Springs with high quality of medicine and friendly, loving bedside manner”.

Cardinal Healthcare Group, based in Arkansas, is a healthcare provider recruiting and consulting firm that serves about 500 clients nationwide.  Cardinal works with some of the most elite names in the healthcare industry, and provides full-service approach to recruitment. Cardinal Healthcare Group is owned and managed by Joe Goddard.

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