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International Medical Group Named to ICIC-Inc. Magazine Inner City 100 List.

INDIANAPOLIS -- International Medical Group(R), Inc. (IMG(R)) has been named to the 2006 Inner City 100, a list of the fastest growing inner-city companies in America as determined by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) and Inc. magazine. IMG placed 78th on the list based on its growth in revenues. This is the eighth year the list has been published and more than 4,500 companies were nominated. IMG also was named to the list in 2004.

"We are thrilled to be among this prestigious group once again," said Joe Brougher, President of IMG. "This is a great tribute to those organizations that have maintained a steadfast commitment to the urban areas of our country."

The 2006 Inner City 100 companies had an average standard growth rate of 655 percent for the five year period 2000-2004 and created more than 10,000 new jobs during that time period.

IMG is a worldwide leader in designing, distributing, and administering global healthcare insurance benefits. IMG's international reputation for excellence has been established by offering medical, life, and disability insurance products to individuals, families, and groups in more than 150 countries. Since 1990, IMG has served over 500,000 clients worldwide including vacationers, business executives, missionary groups, entertainers, Fortune 500 companies, schools and universities, professional marine crew, expatriates and local and third country nationals.

For more information about IMG or its products, please call 800.628.4664, 317.655.4500, or visit the website at
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