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Need2Know: Jing Well Center for Conscious Medicine, Good Samaritan Society Hospice, West USA Realty, IHOP report news

Jing Well Center for Conscious Medicine's new location is 1526 Idylwild Ave., Suite B, Prescott.Situated between Garcia Physical Therapy and Prescott Pilates, the new space offers high ceilings, natural light, a welcoming environment and views of the lush landscaping out of its treatment and waiting room windows.Jing Well Center for Conscious Medicine is a community-oriented health clinic offering comprehensive health evaluations, acupuncture and custom-formulated Chinese herbal prescriptions.According to Khailitha Fae, nationally certified Diplomate of Oriental Medicine and Jing Well's owner and director, "Most people know that acupuncture is great for relieving pain and discomfort. What many people don't know is Oriental medicine is capable of diagnosing and treating a wide range of physical and emotional conditions and is also great for maintaining good health and sense of well-being in our lives."The philosophy of Jing Well centers around the idea illness and pain are signs we are out of balance. Healing is a way of changing patterns that don't work into patterns that do work: Healing is a way of transforming our lives.To learn more, call 928-225-1655.NEW STAFF• Good Samaritan Society Hospice has announced that Ann Rees is its new nurse manager for the Marley House, the inpatient Hospice facility.Rees was born and raised in Ajo, and received her nursing degree at Arizona Western College in Yuma. She has fond childhood memories of coming to Prescott for the cooler summer days. "I remember the excitement of coming to a place with trees and grass! Prescott was a little bit of paradise for me."• West USA Realty, Inc. has hired Michael Hofstetter as its new managing broker. He will join a team of brokers that includes Bob Stephens (Managing Broker), Duane Fouts (Managing Broker) and C. Dale Hillard (Designated Broker).Hofstetter, former owner of MPH Real Estate, has been a licensed real estate agent in Arizona since 1993. He served as CEO and a Team Leader at Keller Williams in Scottsdale, Managing Broker at Prudential AZ Properties' Scottsdale location and Assistant Broker at Zip Realty, Inc.In addition, he served in the U.S. Navy and is a Desert Storm veteran. BIRTHDAYThe International House of Pancakes (IHOP) will celebrate its 56th birthday on July 8 by offering short stacks of their famous buttermilk pancakes for 56 cents each, according to a news release. (The original cost of an IHOP short stack when the restaurant was founded in 1958 was 60 cents!)To have your business progress, new-starts or company's growth - such as new hires, changes in hours or location, even a new product line or trend - in The Daily Courier, call 445-3333 ext. 1105, or email For legal notices involving businesses, email

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