SOURCE: The Wall Street Small Cap Reporter

April 07, 2005 07:00 ET

Wall Street Futures Featured Company Pacer Health Corporation -- OTC BB: PHLH -- Adds Two to Board

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DALLAS, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 7, 2005 -- Pacer Health Corporation (OTC BB: PHLH), Wall Street Futures' featured company in the healthcare space, has made two powerhouse additions to its board.

PHLH is an owner-operator of acute care hospitals, medical treatment centers, and residential care facilities, primarily serving rural populations throughout the Southeastern United States. The company specializes in the acquisition of distressed medical facilities and then engineers their operational and financial restructure through aggressive management strategies that significantly enhance operating efficiencies and reduce costs.

This week, PHLH reported that Marcelo Llorente, a respected member of the Florida State House of Representatives, and Eugene M. Marini, an award-winning healthcare executive with 18 years of medical facility management experience, both have joined the company's board of directors.

Rep. Llorente was elected to the Florida State House of Representatives in 2002, serving the residents of District 116 in South Florida, and was subsequently reelected in 2004. His legislative activity includes membership in the House's Committee on Affordable Healthcare. Rep. Llorente is a member of the Florida Bar, American Bar Association and Cuban-American Bar Association. He is a graduate of Tulane University and holds a JD from the Florida State University College of Law.

Marini is the former CEO of two South Florida hospitals, which he successfully restructured, and former director of operations at Catholic Health Services, Inc., where he oversaw the operations of three nursing homes, two acute care rehabilitation hospitals, two home health agencies and two adult living facilities totaling 850 beds, 1,500 employees, and revenues in excess of $100 million dollars. Marini holds a master's degree in public health, and bachelor's degree in health administration, from Florida International University. He is a State of Florida licensed nursing home administrator.

PHLH currently owns and/or manages a total of five facilities. Company shares closed Wednesday at $0.025 -- flat since Monday, but up more than 60 percent since last Wednesday's close of $0.015. Trading volume also has been strong for the stock. The company is expected to file financial reports later this month, and if it can duplicate its recent turnaround successes in Georgia at similarly challenged medical facilities around the country, PHLH could be grossly undervalued at its current price level.

Wall Street Futures' other high-volume "stocks to watch" this week include: Cisco Systems (NASDAQ: CSCO), Sirius Satellite Radio (NASDAQ: SIRI), and Intel Corp. (NASDAQ: INTC)

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