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Terry Jay Warsaw, M.D. INTERNAL MEDICINE 20211 VALLEY BLVD. TEHACHAPI, CALIFORNIA 93561 (661) 822-5544 (661) 822-8515 FAX It has been the honor of my life to be a physician and serve the citizens of Tehachapi for over 37 years. I appreciate the trust many of you have placed with me, which I always tried to earn. I have made friends with many of you over the years. With some regrets, however, I now announce my retirement effective October 1, 2020. For several years, I have been working hard to achieve two retirement goals. 1. The first was to arrange a seamless transition for my patient's future care. With this in mind, I have arranged for Adventist Health Physicians Network to take over the care for all of my patients who choose to continue with them. They practice with high standards and will take over my current office building. They will have access to your records and medical information should you choose to continue with them. They will continue to use our office phone number. Simply put, Adventist Health Physicians Network will accept each and every one of my patients who choose to be their patient. 2. I wanted my loyal and excellent staff of years to remain as intact as possible and Adventist plans to keep my current staff as the core of their new office staff. You will continue to see my staff's familiar and friendly faces in the future if you choose to stay with Adventist Health Physicians Network. On a more personal note, I reflect on my life in Tehachapi. Years ago I could have stayed in Pasadena, but I wanted to go to a small town where I culd have a bigger impact using both of my specialties (pathology and internal medicine). What a wild ride it has been over the years. I staffed the emergency room, modernized the laboratory, introduced specialty care to the area, assisted in surgery, practiced inpatient care, was the hospital Chief of Staff three times (always pushing the old hospital to improve quality care), practiced industrial medicine, conducted sports examinations, aviation medical examinations, class 1 truck driving examinations, and most recently practiced medical care for adults and the elderly. For me, the patients and service always came first. Health wise, no one has been luckier than I. I have missed only 7 days of work from illness since 1976. I am getting older and my wife, Maureen, has long wanted me to retire. That time has finally arrived. We plan to stay in Tehachapi and will likely see many of you about town in the future. I wish you all good health and happiness. On October 1, 2020, I will pass the baton on to Adventist Health Physicians Network. I wish you all the best of life. Jerry).Wirsur me Terry J. Warsaw, MD Terry Jay Warsaw, M.D. INTERNAL MEDICINE 20211 VALLEY BLVD. TEHACHAPI, CALIFORNIA 93561 (661) 822-5544 (661) 822-8515 FAX It has been the honor of my life to be a physician and serve the citizens of Tehachapi for over 37 years. I appreciate the trust many of you have placed with me, which I always tried to earn. I have made friends with many of you over the years. With some regrets, however, I now announce my retirement effective October 1, 2020. For several years, I have been working hard to achieve two retirement goals. 1. The first was to arrange a seamless transition for my patient's future care. With this in mind, I have arranged for Adventist Health Physicians Network to take over the care for all of my patients who choose to continue with them. They practice with high standards and will take over my current office building. They will have access to your records and medical information should you choose to continue with them. They will continue to use our office phone number. Simply put, Adventist Health Physicians Network will accept each and every one of my patients who choose to be their patient. 2. I wanted my loyal and excellent staff of years to remain as intact as possible and Adventist plans to keep my current staff as the core of their new office staff. You will continue to see my staff's familiar and friendly faces in the future if you choose to stay with Adventist Health Physicians Network. On a more personal note, I reflect on my life in Tehachapi. Years ago I could have stayed in Pasadena, but I wanted to go to a small town where I culd have a bigger impact using both of my specialties (pathology and internal medicine). What a wild ride it has been over the years. I staffed the emergency room, modernized the laboratory, introduced specialty care to the area, assisted in surgery, practiced inpatient care, was the hospital Chief of Staff three times (always pushing the old hospital to improve quality care), practiced industrial medicine, conducted sports examinations, aviation medical examinations, class 1 truck driving examinations, and most recently practiced medical care for adults and the elderly. For me, the patients and service always came first. Health wise, no one has been luckier than I. I have missed only 7 days of work from illness since 1976. I am getting older and my wife, Maureen, has long wanted me to retire. That time has finally arrived. We plan to stay in Tehachapi and will likely see many of you about town in the future. I wish you all good health and happiness. On October 1, 2020, I will pass the baton on to Adventist Health Physicians Network. I wish you all the best of life. Jerry).Wirsur me Terry J. Warsaw, MD