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Microsoft Access Hospital/Health Care Sample Database

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I've been contracted to work on a large scale database for a local physicians pratice that meets at 4 locations. I'm looking for a sample healthcare employee Access Database, so that I can begin to look at the requirement relationships(their still working on the spec). The application I'm going to be writing will be done using VB.NET, ADO.Net, and SQL Server. But just to familarize myself with the scope of the project, I'm wondering if anyone knows of a sample Healthcare access database?
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you could try and email Deftoned@swbell.net I helped him a while ago and he was working with a Healthcare database mention my name he might be willing to share.  His name is Christian
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