I appreciate the confidence and trust you have placed in me to take care of your health care needs. I have been honored to live and practice in the Jacksonville Beach community for the last 16 years.
It is with mixed emotions that I write this letter to inform you that I will be moving to my home state of Georgia at the end of July. I look forward to reuniting with my family and friends. I will miss the patients that I have had the honor to take care of during the last 16 years.
Your medical records will be maintained at the BeachesOBGYN Division of NFOBGYN (my current place of practice) and Dr’s. Bordelon, Peter, Richmond and Rodriguez will be available to continue to provide care.
In case you will be visiting Georgia in the near future, my new office will be located at:
Covington Women’s Health Specialist
4181 Hospital Dr NE
Suite 104 & 100
Covington, GA, 30014
Meridith Farrow, MD
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