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Heather Radi
HRB Communications
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       Pacer Health Corporation Launches Staffing and Recruitment Division

MIAMI, FL – June 9, 2008— Pacer Health Corporation (OTCBB:PHLH), an
owner/operator of hospitals, psychiatric care and medical treatment facility throughout
the Southeastern United States, today announced its acquisition of the healthcare
recruitment firm, Professional Emergency Services, LLC. This acquisition will establish
a new division of Pacer to service the diversified medical professionals in the continually
growing healthcare market.

The new division, which will operate under the name Pacer Staffing, Inc., will offer a
wide array of skilled nurses, physicians and other healthcare professionals to medical
facilities and companies, for temporary and permanent assignments, across the United
States.

“We are extremely excited to branch into the healthcare staffing division through the
acquisition of Professional Emergency Services. We feel that our expansion into this
market segment will increase shareholder value because of the rapid pace at which the
healthcare industry is growing. This growth creates a great need for specialized and
experienced talent which we believe Pacer Staffing will be able to fill,” said Rainier
Gonzalez, chairman and CEO, Pacer Health Corporation.

“By using our proven methods of talent acquisition and placement we are poised to
improve and increase the way healthcare facilities and businesses acquire personnel,”
added Levi Buck, CEO of Pacer Staffing, Inc. “Our offering of a robust and
complementary suite of services including allied health, nursing and physician placement,
will eliminate companies’ need to outsource while providing candidates with more
abundant career opportunities.”

Through dedicated market research, Pacer Health Corporation has realized the value of
offering an adaptable, flexible staffing solution to those organizations and institutions in
need of qualified talent. Pacer Staffing will provide clients with talented individuals
through its procuring and sourcing of candidates, providing stability to its clients and
allowing them to focus on their strategic operations.

"We recognized the fact that one-size-fits-all simply does not work in physician and
healthcare job searches,” said Gen. Gary Harrell, Pacer Health Corporation Vice
President of Business Development who will be responsible for overseeing this new
division. “Pacer Staffing will provide a flexible range of search services and client tools
to enhance the recruitment process," said Harrell. "An organization can get exactly the
services it needs when it needs them.”

About Pacer Health Corporation
Pacer Health Corporation is a company that focuses on financially distressed businesses
in all market segments including and beyond the healthcare arena. Pacer is an owner-
operator of acute care hospitals, medical treatment centers and psychiatric care facilities
serving non-urban areas throughout the Southeast as well as a distribution and logistics
company with locations throughout the United States. Please visit
http://www.pacerhealth.com for more information.

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"Forward-looking statements" as defined in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act
of 1995 may be included in this news release. These statements relate to future events or
our future financial performance. They are only predictions and may differ materially
from actual future results or events. Pacer Health disclaims any intention or obligation to
revise forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future
developments or otherwise. Important risk factors – including, but not limited to risks
associated with changes in general economic and business conditions (including in the IT
and financial information industry), actions of our competitors, the extent to which we
are able to develop new services and markets for our services, the time and expense
involved in such development activities, the level of market acceptance of our services,
and changes in our business strategies – could cause actual results to differ from those
contained in forward-looking statements.

				
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