MEDNAX to Present at Deutsche Bank 35th Annual Healthcare Conference

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- MEDNAX, Inc. (NYSE:MD) today announced that it is scheduled to make a presentation on Tuesday, May 4, 2010, at 2:10 p.m. Eastern Time, to investors attending the Deutsche Bank 35th Annual Healthcare Conference in Boston, MA.

The presentation by MEDNAX’s Chief Executive Officer, Roger Medel, M.D., will be broadcast through a live audio Webcast and will be available for replay at www.mednax.com.

ABOUT MEDNAX

MEDNAX, Inc., is a national medical group that comprises the nation’s leading provider of neonatal, maternal-fetal and pediatric physician subspecialty services as well as anesthesia services. Physicians and advanced practitioners practicing as part of MEDNAX are reshaping the delivery of care within their specialties and subspecialties, using evidence-based tools, continuous quality initiatives and clinical research to enhance patient outcomes and provide high-quality, cost-effective care. Pediatrix Medical Group, a unit of MEDNAX, was founded in 1979 and now includes neonatal physicians who provide services at more than 275 neonatal intensive care units, who collaborate with affiliated maternal-fetal medicine, pediatric cardiology and pediatric intensivist physician subspecialists to provide a clinical care continuum. Pediatrix is also the nation’s largest provider of newborn hearing screens. In 2007, the Company expanded into anesthesia services. Today, American Anesthesiology includes more than 550 anesthesiologists and advanced practitioners. MEDNAX, through its affiliated professional corporations, employs more than 1,450 physicians in 33 states and Puerto Rico. Additional information is available at www.mednax.com.



CONTACT:

MEDNAX, Inc., Fort Lauderdale
Bob Kneeley, Director, Investor Relations, 954-384-0175, Ext. 5300
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Florida  Massachusetts

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Practice Management  Health  Hospitals  Other Health  Nursing  General Health  Physical Therapy

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