SOURCE: London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc.

September 11, 2008 07:00 ET

Ambulatory Surgical Group, LLC ("ASG") Wins Beverly Hills Management Contract

EL SEGUNDO, CA--(Marketwire - September 11, 2008) - London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: LDPH) and (FRANKFURT: EGU) ("London & Pacific," the "Company"), the healthcare development specialist, today announced that Ambulatory Surgical Group, LLC ("ASG") was awarded a contract to provide comprehensive management services to S & B Surgical Center, a major outpatient surgical center in Beverly Hills, California. ASG operates within London & Pacific Healthcare Ventures, LLC, the management services arm of the company. ASG is also involved in the development of several other surgical centers in the U.S.

John R. Seitz, Chairman and CEO of ASG, stated, "We are pleased to serve as manager to this important surgical center which is utilized by many of the foremost doctors in Southern California and in the U.S. We hope to work hand-in-hand with the physicians and staff at S & B to continue the development and service provided by this important facility in the years ahead."

With offices in Los Angeles, London and Mumbai, London & Pacific Healthcare, Inc. is a specialist in the development and management of healthcare companies and organizations, worldwide. The Company website: www.lphealthcare.com.

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