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Ms. Alice Kumar
4723 Glacier Drive
Selden, NY 11784-4723

October 26, 2010
Ms. Alice Kumar
4723 Glacier Drive
Selden, NY 11784-4723

Dear Ms. Kumar:

Due to an unavoidable change in his schedule, Dr. Ibrahim Gadalla will be unavailable to see patients during the first week in November. Since your next regularly scheduled appointment is during for a later date. If rescheduling your appointment is impossible, we will be glad to make arrangements for you to see one of the other physicians in the medical group. abcdeghijklmnjsopppppppppppphd hfhsfpyf ahfdgfje ehfduf f dejfdge fuief shhdfheufhs sjhfjdhj s fdjfdsehlie sjhjshh sjjgfshgl shfshsdhduhgpdhvgdusudhgd s hdfuehfd fghjdbfdgbdb new new ne wnennenene e enene r rnkisauihufc ifgedhfehefeihnif e will be inajbgsugfcujdufgeugjbf dncd bcjgducgdjbjdjgcdb hjdgugdufbe cvdubgjdgvudh a as ad add ade as d effort plesa heklloooa .
We apologize for any inconvenience. Please call our office at 631-555-0102 as soon as possible to reschedule your appointment.

Due to an unavoidable change in his schedule, Dr. Ibrahim Gadalla will be unavailable to see patients during the first week in November. Since your next regularly scheduled appointment is during for a later date. If rescheduling your appointment is impossible, we will be glad to make arrangements for you to see one of the other physicians in the medical group. abcdeghijklmnjsopppppppppppphd hfhsfpyf ahfdgfje ehfduf f dejfdge fuief shhdfheufhs sjhfjdhj s fdjfdsehlie sjhjshh sjjgfshgl shfshsdhduhgpdhvgdusudhgd s hdfuehfd fghjdbfdgbdb new new ne wnennenene e enene r rnkisauihufc ifgedhfehefeihnif e will be inajbgsugfcujdufgeugjbf dncd bcjgducgdjbjdjgcdb hjdgugdufbe cvdubgjdgvudh a as ad add ade as d effort plesa heklloooa .
We apologize for any inconvenience. Please call our office at 631-555-0102 as soon as possible to reschedule your appointment.

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