A letter from Dr. Cody

To all my families at CMG,

Let me start by saying it was a true honor and privilege to take care of you and your children for the last 34 years. I have watched many of you grow and have even had the pleasure of taking care of your children!

That is why this decision did not come easily.

It is with a heavy heart that I announce that I will not be returning to Children’s Medical Group. The pandemic has affected us all and continues to affect us. Having an underlying heart issue has kept me away from all of you over the last 18 months on a medical leave with my doctor’s guidance. During my time at home I have been able to work on a parenting book and also write some poetry!

One poem has even been published! Stay posted!

I look forward to the next chapter in my life but I will truly miss all of you!

Please keep in touch!
lorettar22@aol.com

Wishing you all the best!

Loretta Cody

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