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MS SQL Data Migration Script Verification

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Hello Experts,
I am  MS SQL novice who is working with another individual who is SQL novice but good at scriping. I am installing new electronic medical records software for one of my clients and need an expert to verify the script this individual has created for me to make sure the process is sound and is not going to cause problems.

Basically, he has written a script to import demographic patient data in the form of a .csv file (name, address, etc) into a MS SQL 2008R2 database table. I need an expert to look at the process and confirm it is not going cause any unforseeable harm. We already ran the script in a lab environment and it works fine. I realize that this post might be beyond the scope of EE and if so...I would be happy to hire one of you directly. Documentation and scripts are attached. SQL-Insertion-Protocol.pdf
SQL-script-sample.csv
SQL-script-sample.sql
MISC-CSV2T-SQL.awk.txt
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Dear Asker,

Your demand requires a carefull and long time study.. You may demand help from one of the experts who are open to jobs and have contact information in their profiles.

It is against the rules to offer paid work in an EE question.  What you can do, however, is browse the profiles of Experts that you like.  Many of the Experts here are open to job offers; those who are will typically state that in their profiles along with contact information.
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Thanks...I will do that.
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