No. 80-1090.

683 F.2d 5 (1982)

Marion V. COFFRAN, et al., Plaintiffs, Appellees, v. HITCHCOCK CLINIC, INC., Defendant, Appellant.

United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit.

Decided June 29, 1982.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Michael P. Lehman, Concord, N. H., with whom Sulloway, Hollis & Soden, Concord, N. H., was on brief, for defendant, appellant.

David L. Nixon, Manchester, N. H., with whom Frank E. Kenison, and Brown & Nixon Professional Assn., Manchester, N. H., were on brief, for plaintiffs, appellees.

Before ALDRICH and CAMPBELL, Circuit Judges, and TORRUELLA, District Judge.

LEVIN H. CAMPBELL, Circuit Judge.

Marion Coffran has permanent injuries caused by hepatitis, which was first diagnosed on her admission to the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital on June 18, 1970. Mrs. Coffran had two hernia operations at the Hospital in 1970, on April 15 and June 5. These were performed by doctors who were members of the Hitchcock Clinic, Inc. In 1975 Mrs. Coffran, with her husband as co-plaintiff, commenced this diversity action in the United States...

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