SERVICE AGREEMENT

 CONFIDENTIAL TREATMENT REQUESTED

SERVICE AGREEMENT

By and Between

PROMEDCO OF ABILENE, INC.

and

ABILENE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC, P.L.L.C.

Table of Contents
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SERVICE AGREEMENT..................................................  1

RECITALS...........................................................  1

1. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PARTIES.................................  1
1.1    General Responsibilities of the Parties.....................  1
1.2    ADC's Matters...............................................  2
1.3    Patient Referrals...........................................  2

2. POLICY COUNCIL..................................................  2
2.1    Formation and Operation of the Policy Council...............  2
2.2    Duties and Responsibilities of the Policy Council...........  2

3. OBLIGATIONS OF PROMEDCO.........................................  4
3.1    Management and Administration...............................  4
3.2    Administrator...............................................  4
3.3    Expansion of Clinic.........................................  8
3.4    Events Excusing Performance.................................  8
3.5    Compliance With Applicable Laws.............................  8

4. OBLIGATIONS OF ADC..............................................  9
4.1    Professional Services.......................................  9
4.2    Employment Of Physician Employees...........................  9
4.3    Non-Clinic Expenses.........................................  9
4.4    Medical Practice............................................  9
4.5    Professional Insurance Eligibility..........................  9
4.6    Employment Of Non-Physician Employees.......................  9
4.7    Events Excusing Performance.................................  10
4.8    Compliance With Applicable Laws.............................  10
4.9    Restrictions on Use of Clinic Facility......................  10
4.10   ADC Employee Benefit Plans..................................  10
4.11   Physician Powers of Attorney................................  10
4.12   Spokesperson................................................  10
4.13   Delegation of ADC Responsibilities..........................  11

5. RECORDS.........................................................  11
5.1    Patient Records.............................................  11
5.2    Other Records...............................................  11
5.3    Access to Records...........................................  11

6. FACILITIES TO BE PROVIDED BY PROMEDCO...........................  11
6.1    Facilities..................................................  11
6.2    Use of Facilities...........................................  11

7. FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS..........................................  12
7.1    Payments to ADC and ProMedCo................................  12
7.2    Calculation of Payments.....................................  12
7.3    Clinic Expenses.............................................  12
7.4    Accounts Receivables........................................  12

8. INSURANCE AND INDEMNITY.........................................  13
8.1    Insurance to Be Maintained by ProMedCo......................  13
8.2    Insurance to be Maintained by ADC...........................  13
8.3    Tail Insurance Coverage.....................................  13
8.4    Additional Insured..........................................  13
8.5    Indemnification.............................................  13

9. RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS AND LIQUIDATED DAMAGES....................  14
9.1    Restrictive Covenants by ADC................................  14
9.2    Restrictive Covenants By Current Physician Members and
           Physician Employees.....................................  14
9.3    Restrictive Covenants By Future Physician Employees.........  14
9.4    Physician Shareholder and Physician Employee Liquidated
           Damages.................................................  15
9.5    Enforcement.................................................  15
9.6    Termination of Restrictive Covenants........................  15

10. TERM; RENEWAL; TERMINATION.....................................  15
10.1   Term and Renewal............................................  15
10.2   Termination by ADC or Its Assignees.........................  16
10.3   Termination by ProMedCo.....................................  16
10.4   Actions After Termination...................................  17

11. DEFINITIONS....................................................  17
11.1   Net Clinic Revenues.........................................  17
11.2   Distribution Funds..........................................  17
11.3   ProMedCo Distribution.......................................  17
11.4   Clinic......................................................  17
11.5   Clinic Facility.............................................  17
11.6   Clinic Expenses.............................................  17
11.7   Clinic Expenses shall not include...........................  18
11.8   Risk Pool Surpluses.........................................  19
11.9   Risk Pool Cost Of Care......................................  19
11.10  Opening Balance Sheet.......................................  19
11.11  Technical Employees.........................................  19
11.12  Physician Members...........................................  19
11.13  Physician Employees.........................................  19
11.14  Physician Extenders.........................................  20
11.15  ADC Employees...............................................  20
11.16  Effective Date..............................................  20
11.17  Adjustments.................................................  20

12. GENERAL PROVISIONS.............................................  20
12.1   Independent Contractor......................................  20
12.2   Other Contractual Arrangement...............................  20
12.3   Proprietary Property........................................  21
12.4   Cooperation.................................................  21
12.5   Licenses, Permits and Certificates..........................  21
12.6   Compliance with Rules, Regulations and Laws.................  21
12.7   Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).............  22
12.8   Notices.....................................................  22
12.9   Attorneys' Fees.............................................  22
12.10  Severability................................................  22
12.11  Arbitration.................................................  22
12.12  Construction of Agreement...................................  22
12.13  Assignment and Delegation...................................  22
12.14  Confidentiality.............................................  23
12.15  Waiver......................................................  23
12.16  Headings....................................................  23
12.17  No Third Party Beneficiaries................................  23
12.18  Time is of the Essence......................................  23
12.19  Modifications of Agreement for Prospective Legal Events.....  23
12.20  Whole Agreement; Modification...............................  24

 SERVICE AGREEMENT

         This  Service  Agreement  ("Agreement")  dated as of January 19,  1996,
between ProMedCo of Abilene, Inc., a Texas corporation  ("ProMedCo") which is an
affiliate  of  ProMedCo,  Inc.,  a Texas  corporation  ("Parent")  and  Abilene'
Diagnostic Clinic, P.L.L.C., a professional limited liability company ("ADC").

                                                     RECITALS:

         WHEREAS,  ADC is a  multi-specialty  group medical practice in Abilene,
Texas which provides professional medical care to the general public;

         WHEREAS,  ProMedCo is in the business of owning  certain  assets of and
managing and  administering  medical  clinics,  and  providing  non-professional
support  services  to  and  furnishing  medical  practices  with  the  necessary
facilities, equipment, personnel, supplies and support staff,

         WHEREAS,  Abilene  Diagnostic Clinic  Associates,  P.A. ("PA"), a Texas
professional  association,  has  previously  entered into that certain  Practice
Management  Agreement  dated as of October 13, 1993,  with  Southwestern  Health
Development  Corporation ("SHDC") and that certain Practice Management Agreement
dated the 20th day of June,  1994,  with  Abilene  Medical  Management  Services
("AMMS")  (collectively the "Hospital Agreements") whereby SHDC and AMMS provide
certain  clerical,  medical  records,  billing  and  collection,   receptionist,
transcription, and switchboard services to PA;

         WHEREAS,  ADC desires and intends to assume the Hospital Agreements and
to be bound by the terms of the Hospital Agreements and that ProMedCo intends to
enter  into  this  Agreement  subject  to the  Hospital  Agreements  and  not to
interfere with the Hospital Agreements;

         WHEREAS,  subject to the terms and  conditions  hereof,  ADC desires to
engage ProMedCo to provide to ADC management  services,  facilities,  personnel,
equipment and supplies  necessary to operate the clinic (as defined  herein) and
ProMedCo desires to accept such engagement; and

         WHEREAS,  the basis for the financial  considerations  provided in this
Agreement  are derived  from the revenues  generated by the medical  practice of
ADC, such revenues having been documented by ADC and delivered to ProMedCo prior
to  the   formulation   and   agreement   of   such   aforementioned   financial
considerations;

         NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements
herein contained, ADC and ProMedCo hereby agree as follows:

1.       RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PARTIES

         1.1 General Responsibilities of the Parties. ProMedCo shall provide ADC
with  offices,  facilities,   equipment,   supplies,   non-professional  support
personnel,  and  management  and  financial  advisory  services.  ADC  shall  be
responsible for the recruitment  and hiring of physicians,  Technical  Employees
and all issues related to patient care and documentation thereof. ProMedCo shall
neither  exercise   control  over  nor  interfere  with  the   physician-patient
relationship,  which shall be maintained  strictly between the physicians of ADC
and their patients.

         1.2 ADC's  Matters.  ADC shall  maintain sole  discretion and authority
over the financial  matters relative to its own professional  limited  liability
company.  It shall set compensation  levels for ADC Employees.  ADC will also be
responsible for all other matters pertaining to the operation of ADC.

         1.3  Patient Referrals.  The parties agree that the benefits to ADC do
not require, are not payment for, and are not in any way contingent upon the
admission, referral or any other arrangement for the provision of any item or
service offered by ProMedCo to any of ADC's patients in any facility or

laboratory controlled, managed or operated by ProMedCo.

2.       POLICY COUNCIL

         2.1  Formation and Operation of the Policy  Council.  A Policy  Council
will be established which shall be responsible for the major policies which will
serve as the basis for  operations  of the  Clinic.  The  Policy  Council  shall
consist of eight (8) members.  ProMedCo shall designate, at its sole discretion,
four (4)  members of the Policy  Council.  ADC,  at its sole  discretion,  shall
designate  four (4) members.  Members of the Policy Council shall be entitled to
attend and vote by proxy at any  meetings  of the  Policy  Council so long as at
least one such  representative  from each party is present in person.  Except as
may  otherwise be  provided,  the act of a majority of the members of the Policy
Council shall be the act of the Policy Council.

         2.2 Duties and  Responsibilities of the Policy Council.  Subject to the
terms of the Hospital  Agreements,  the Policy  Council shall have the following
duties and responsibilities.

         2.2.1  Physician  Hiring.  The Policy  Council,  with  information  and
analysis provided by ProMedCo, shall determine the number and type of physicians
and Physician  Extenders required for the efficient  operation of the Clinic and
ADC  shall  determine  the  individual  physicians  to be  hired  to  fill  such
positions.  The  approval  of the  Policy  Council  shall  be  required  for any
variations to the restrictive covenants in any physician employment contract.

         2.2.2  Patient  Fees.  As a part of the  annual  operating  budget,  in
consultation  with ADC and ProMedCo,  the Policy  Council shall review and adopt
the fee  schedule  for all  physician  and  ancillary  services  rendered by the
Clinic.

         2.2.3  Administrator.  The selection,  retention and termination of the
Administrator  pursuant to Section 3.1 shall be the responsibility of the Policy
Council.  If either  party is  dissatisfied  with the  services  provided by the
Administrator,  it shall  refer the  matter to the  Policy  Council.  The Policy
Council  shall  in  good  faith   determine   whether  the  performance  of  the
Administrator  could  be  brought  to  acceptable  levels  through  counsel  and
assistance,  or  whether  the  Administrator  should be  terminated.  The Policy
Council shall be responsible for approving and amending the Employment Agreement
of the Administrator.

         2.2.4  Ancillary Services.  The Policy Council shall approve Clinic
provided ancillary services based upon the pricing, access to and quality of
such services.

         2.2.5 Provider and Payor  Relationships.  The Policy Council shall have
responsibility regarding the establishment and maintenance of relationships with
institutional  health care  providers  and payors.  The Policy  Council shall be
responsible  for approving the  allocation of capitation  risk pools between the
professional  and  institutional   components  of  these  pools  to  the  extent
applicable  under a payor  agreement.  ProMedCo and ADC shall use actuarial data
from a nationally  recognized  actuarial firm as agreed to by both parties,  for
the purposes of  allocating  capitation  funds for those  professional  services
provided by ADC.

         2.2.6 Capital  Improvements  and  Expansion.  The Policy  Council shall
determine the priority for any  renovation,  expansion plans and major equipment
expenditures  with  respect  to the  Clinic  based  upon  economic  feasibility,
physician support,  productivity and market conditions.  Any capital expenditure
in excess of $10,000 shall require the approval of the Policy Council.

         2.2.7 Annual Budgets. All annual capital and operating budgets prepared
by  ProMedCo,  as set forth in  Section  3 and  employing  ProMedCo's  financial
expertise,  shall be subject to the review and  approval of the Policy  Council,
provided, however, ProMedCo shall have final approval of any capital required by
ProMedCo.

         2.2.8  Strategic Planning.  The Policy Council, with the assistance of
ProMedCo, shall develop long-term strategic planning objectives.

         2.2.9  Exceptions  to  Inclusion  in the Net Revenue  Calculation.  The
exclusion of any revenue from Net Revenue,  including any medical director fees,
whether  now or in the  future,  shall be subject to the  approval of the Policy
Council.

         2.2.10  Advertising.  All  advertising  and  marketing  of the services
performed at the Clinic shall be subject to the prior review and approval of the
Policy Council,  in compliance  with  applicable laws and regulations  governing
professional advertising and in accordance with the standards and medical ethics
of the American Medical Association and the Texas Medical Association.

         2.2.11  Grievance  Issues.  Subject to the provisions of Section 1.2 of
this  Agreement,  the Policy  Council  shall  consider and make final  decisions
regarding  grievances  pertaining to matters not specifically  addressed in this
Agreement as referred to it by ADC or ProMedCo.

         2.2.12  Amendment of Hospital Agreements.  The Policy Council shall
approve any amendments to either of the Hospital Agreements.

3. OBLIGATIONS OF PROMEDCO

         Subject  to the terms of the  Hospital  Agreements,  during the term of
this Agreement,  ProMedCo shall provide or arrange for the services set forth in
this  Section 3, the cost of all of which shall be included in Clinic  Expenses.
ProMedCo is hereby  expressly  authorized  to perform  its  services in whatever
manner it deems reasonably appropriate,  in accordance with policies approved by
the Policy  Council,  and  including  without  limitation,  performance  of some
functions at  locations  other than the Clinic  Facility.  ADC will not act in a
manner  which  would  prevent  ProMedCo  from  efficiently  managing  the Clinic
Facility  operations  in  accordance  with the terms of this  Agreement  and the
policies of the Policy Council. ADC, through its ADC Employees, will provide all
medical services.  ProMedCo will have no authority,  directly or indirectly,  to
perform,  and will not perform  any medical  function.  ProMedCo  may,  however,
advise ADC as to the relationship  between its performance of medical  functions
and the overall administrative and business functioning of the Clinic.

         3.1 Management and Administration. Subject to the terms of the Hospital
Agreements,  ADC hereby appoints  ProMedCo as the sole and exclusive manager and
administrator  of all  non-medical  functions  and  services  related  to  ADC's
services at the Clinic.  ADC shall  perform all medical  services,  and ProMedCo
shall have no  authority,  directly  or  indirectly,  to  perform,  and will not
perform any medical function.  Without limiting the generality of the foregoing,
ProMedCo  shall provide the following  administrative,  management and marketing
services as may be required in  conjunction  with ADC's  services at the Clinic.
ProMedCo shall hire and supervise an  Administrator,  subject to the approval of
the Policy Council  pursuant to Section  2.2.3,  to manage and administer all of
the  day-to-day  business  functions  of  ProMedCo  subject  to the terms of the
Hospital Agreements, including without limitation:

         3.1.1 Annual  Budgets.  Financial  planning and  preparation  of annual
budgets.  Annually  and at least thirty (30) days prior to the  commencement  of
each  fiscal  year,  ProMedCo  shall  prepare  and  deliver to ADC  capital  and
operating  budgets  reflecting in  reasonable  detail  anticipated  revenues and
expenses,  sources and uses of capital for growth of ADC's  practice  and Clinic
services.

         3.1.2 Financial  Statements.  ProMedCo shall prepare monthly and fiscal
year unaudited financial  statements  containing a balance sheet and a statement
of income for Clinic  operations,  which shall be delivered to ADC within thirty
(30) days after the close of each  calendar  month.  The fiscal  year  statement
shall be reviewed by a certified  public  accountant  as selected by ProMedCo in
connection with the audit of the financial statements of Parent. If ADC desires

an audit in addition to the audit  provided by ProMedCo,  such an audit would be
at ADC's expense.

         3.1.3  Non-Physician  Personnel.  ProMedCo  will provide all  personnel
reasonably  necessary for the conduct of Clinic operations with the exception of
Technical Employees. ProMedCo shall determine and cause to be paid the salaries,
fringe benefits and any sums for income taxes,  unemployment  insurance,  social
security taxes or any other  withholding  amounts  required by applicable law or
governmental authority, of all such personnel. Such personnel shall be under the
direction,  supervision and control of ProMedCo, with those personnel performing
patient care services subject to the professional  supervision of ADC. If ADC is
dissatisfied  with the services of any person,  ADC shall consult with ProMedCo.
ProMedCo shall in good faith determine  whether the performance of that employee
could be brought to acceptable levels through counsel and assistance, or whether
such employee  should be  terminated.  All of ProMedCo's  obligations  regarding
staff shall be governed by the  overriding  principle and goal of providing high
quality medical care.

         3.1.4 Quality and Utilization  Management.  ProMedCo will assist ADC in
fulfilling its  obligation to its patients to maintain high quality  medical and
professional  services,   including  patient  satisfaction  programs,   employee
education,   outcomes   analysis,   utilization   programs,   clinical  protocol
development and to implement a risk management program.

         3.1.5  Facilities  and  Equipment.  ProMedCo  will  ensure  the  proper
cleanliness  of the premises,  maintenance  and  cleanliness  of the  equipment,
furniture and furnishings located on the premises.

         3.1.6 Inventory Control and Purchasing  Supplies.  ProMedCo shall order
and purchase  inventory  and  supplies,  and such other  ordinary,  necessary or
appropriate  materials which are reasonably  necessary to deliver quality Clinic
services in a cost effective manner.

         3.1.7  Managed  Care  Contracting.  ProMedCo  will be  responsible  for
marketing, negotiation, and administering all managed care contracts, subject to
the provisions of Section 2.2.5;  provided,  however, no contract or arrangement
regarding the provision of Clinical services shall be entered into without ADC's
consent.

         3.1.8 Billing and Collections. ProMedCo shall bill patients and collect
all fees for services performed inside or outside the Clinic Facility or arrange
for such billing and  collection.  ADC hereby  appoints  ProMedCo,  for the term
hereof, to be its true and lawful  attorney-in-fact  for the following  purposes
(i) to bill patients in ADC's name and on its behalf,  (ii) to collect  accounts
receivable resulting from such billing in ADC's name and on its behalf, (iii) to
receive  payments  from Blue Shield,  Medicare,  Medicaid,  payments from health
plans,  and all other third party  payors;  (iv) to receive the cash proceeds of
any  accounts  receivable  subject  to the  Hospital  Agreements;  (v)  to  take
possession  of and  endorse  in  the  name  of ADC  (and/or  in the  name  of an
individual  physician,  such  payment  intended  for  purpose  of  payment  of a
physician's bill) any notes, checks, money orders,  insurance payments and other
instruments received in payment of accounts  receivable;  and (vi) in accordance
with policies  adopted by the Policy Council,  to initiate legal  proceedings in
the name of ADC to collect  any  accounts  and  monies  owed to the  Clinic,  to
enforce the rights of ADC as creditors  under any contract or in connection with
the  rendering  of any  service,  and to  contest  Adjustments  and  denials  by
governmental agencies (or its fiscal  intermediaries) as third-party payors. All
Adjustments made for uncollectible  accounts,  professional courtesies and other
activities  that do not generate a collectible fee shall be done in a reasonable
and consistent manner.

         3.1.9  Deposit  of  Net  Clinic  Revenues.  During  the  term  of  this
Agreement,  all Net Clinic Revenues  collected  resulting from the operations of
the Clinic shall be deposited directly into a bank account of which ADC shall be
the owner ("Account").  ProMedCo and ADC shall maintain their accounting records
in such a way as to clearly  segregate  Net Clinic  Revenues from other funds of
ProMedCo

or ADC. ADC hereby appoints ProMedCo as its true and lawful  attorney-in-fact to
deposit in the Account all revenues  collected.  ADC covenants,  and shall cause
all ADC Employees to covenant,  to forward any payments received with respect to
Net Clinic  Revenues for services  provided by ADC and ADC Employees to ProMedCo
for deposit.  ProMedCo  shall have the right to withdraw  funds from the Account
and all owners of the Account shall execute a revocable  standing transfer order
("Transfer   Order")  under  which  the  bank   maintaining  the  Account  shall
periodically  transfer  the  entire  balance of the  Account to a separate  bank
account owned solely by ProMedCo ("ProMedCo  Account").  ADC and ProMedCo hereby
agree to execute from time to time such documents and  instructions  as shall be
required  by the bank  maintaining  the  Account  and  mutually  agreed  upon to
effectuate  the foregoing  provisions  and to extend or amend such documents and
instructions.  Any  action by ADC that  interferes  with the  operation  of this
Section,  including, but not limited to, any failure to deposit or have ProMedCo
deposit any Net Clinic  Revenues into the Account,  any  withdrawal of any funds
from the Account not authorized by the express terms of this  Agreement,  or any
revocation  of or attempt  to revoke the  Transfer  Order  (otherwise  than upon
expiration or termination of this  Agreement),  will constitute a breach of this
Agreement and will entitle  ProMedCo,  in addition to any other remedies that it
may  have  at law or in  equity,  to  seek a  court  ordered  assignment  of the
following rights:

         (a)     To collect accounts receivable resulting from the provision of
services to patients of ADC and its ADC Employees;

         (b) To  receive  payments  from  patients,  third  party  payor  plans,
insurance  companies,  Medicare,  Medicaid  and all other payors with respect to
services rendered by ADC and its ADC Employees;

         (c) To take possession of and endorse any notes,  checks, money orders,
insurance  payments  and any  other  instruments  received  as  payment  of such
accounts receivable; and

         (d)     To collect all revenues of the Clinic.

         3.1.10  Management Information Systems/Computer Systems. ProMedCo shall
supervise and provide information systems that are necessary and appropriate for
the operation of the Clinic.

         3.1.11 Legal and  Accounting  Services.  ProMedCo  shall arrange for or
render to ADC such business,  legal and financial  management  consultation  and
advice as may be reasonably required or requested by ADC and directly related to
the operations of the Clinic.  ProMedCo  shall not be responsible  for rendering
any legal or tax advice or services or personal financial services to ADC or any
employee or agent of ADC.

         3.1.12  Negotiation and Payment of Premiums For All Insurance  Products
Held By ADC.  ProMedCo  shall  negotiate for and cause  premiums to be paid with
respect to the insurance,  which is necessary and  appropriate for the operation
of the Clinic.  Premiums and deductibles  with respect to such policies shall be
Clinic Expense.

         3.1.13  Physician  Recruiting.  ProMedCo shall assist ADC in recruiting
additional  physicians,  carrying  out such  administrative  functions as may be
appropriate  such as  advertising  for  and  identifying  potential  candidates,
checking  credentials,  and arranging interviews;  provided,  however, ADC shall
interview and make the ultimate  decision as to the suitability of any physician
to become associated with the Clinic.  All physicians  recruited by ProMedCo and
accepted by ADC shall be the sole employees of ADC to the extent such physicians
are hired as employees.  Any expenses incurred in the recruitment of physicians,
including,   but  not  limited  to,  employment  agency  fees,   relocation  and
interviewing expenses shall be Clinic Expenses approved by the Policy Council.

         3.1.14 Supervision of Ancillary Services.  ProMedCo shall operate and
supervise such ancillary services as approved by the Policy Council.

         3.1.15  Strategic Planning Assistance.  ProMedCo shall assist with and
implement the strategic plan as approved by the Policy Council.

         3.1.16  Advertising and Public Relations.  ProMedCo shall implement all
advertising and public relations activities that are approved by the Policy
Council.

         3.1.17 Files and Records. ProMedCo shall supervise and maintain custody
of all files and records relating to the operation of the Clinic,  including but
not limited to accounting,  billing,  patient  medical  records,  and collection
records.  Patient  medical records shall at all times be and remain the property
of ADC and shall be  located  at  Clinic  facilities  so that  they are  readily
accessible  for patient  care.  The  management  of all files and records  shall
comply with  applicable  state and  federal  statutes.  ProMedCo,  shall use its
reasonable  efforts to preserve the  confidentiality of patients medical records
and use  information  contained  in such  records  only for the limited  purpose
necessary to perform the services set forth  herein,  provided,  however,  in no
event  shall a breach of said  confidentiality  be deemed a default  under  this
Agreement.

         3.1.18  Payments.  ProMedCo  shall  make the  payments  required  under
Section 7 "Financial Arrangements" of this Agreement.

         3.2   Administrator.  ProMedCo shall hire and employ the Administrator,
pursuant to the instructions of the Policy Council as described in Section 
2.2.3.

         3.3  Expansion  of Clinic.  ProMedCo  will pursue  various  programs to
increase revenue and profitability  including assisting ADC in adding additional
office based  procedures,  ancillary  services and adding  additional  satellite
office(s) as  determined  by the Policy  Council to be beneficial to the Clinic.
ProMedCo  will  also  assist  in  recruiting   new   physicians  and  developing
relationships and affiliations with other physicians, hospitals, networks, HMOs,
etc. To assist in the continued  growth and development of the Clinic,  ProMedCo
may acquire other physician  practices for  integration  into ADC as approved by
the Policy Council. ADC will cooperate with ProMedCo in such efforts and use its
best efforts to assist  ProMedCo  with  respect  thereto.  Without  limiting the
generality of the foregoing, ADC will not enter into any agreements with respect
to any such matter  without the prior  consent of ProMedCo.  ProMedCo  shall not
purchase the assets of, establish, operate, manage, or in any way own or operate
any medical facility,  clinic, or other health care facility  providing services
within a radius of  twenty-five  (25) miles of the Taylor  County  Courthouse in
Abilene,  Texas, or within a radius of twenty-five  (25) miles of any current or
future  medical  office,  clinic,  or other health care  facility from which ADC
provides medical services, without the consent of ADC.

         3.4 Events  Excusing  Performance.  ProMedCo shall not be liable to ADC
for  failure  to perform  any of the  services  required  herein in the event of
strikes,  lock-outs,  calamities,  acts of God,  unavailability of supplies,  or
other  events  over which  ProMedCo  has no control  for so long as such  events
continue, and for a reasonable amount of time thereafter.

         3.5  Compliance With Applicable Laws.  ProMedCo shall comply with all
applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and restrictions in the
conduct of its obligations under this Agreement.

4.       OBLIGATIONS OF ADC

         4.1 Professional  Services.  ADC shall provide professional services to
patients in compliance at all times with ethical standards, laws and regulations
applying to the medical  profession.  ADC shall also ensure that each  physician
associated  with ADC is  licensed  by the State of Texas.  In the event that any
disciplinary  actions or medical  malpractice  actions are initiated against any
such physician,  ADC shall  immediately  inform the Administrator of such action
and the  underlying  facts and  circumstances.  ADC shall carry out a program to
monitor the quality of medical care practiced,  with ProMedCo's assistance.  ADC
will

cooperate  with  ProMedCo in taking steps to resolve any  utilization  review or
quality  management  issues which may arise in connection  with the Clinic.  The
costs of any such utilization review or quality  management  programs shall be a
Clinic Expense.

         4.2 Employment Of Physician Employees.  ADC shall have complete control
of and responsibility for the hiring, compensation,  supervision, evaluation and
termination of its Physician  Members and Physician  Employees,  although at the
request of ADC,  ProMedCo  shall  consult with ADC regarding  such matters.  ADC
shall enforce formal employee  agreements from each of its Physician Members and
Physician  Employees,  hired or contracted,  substantially  in the form attached
hereto as Exhibit "C".

         4.3  Non-Clinic  Expenses.  ADC  shall be  solely  responsible  for the
payment of all costs and expenses  incurred in connection with ADC's  operations
which are not Clinic  Expenses,  including,  but not limited to:  accounting and
other  professional  services  fees;  salaries  and  benefits;  retirement  plan
contributions;  health,  disability and life insurance premiums;  payroll taxes;
membership in  professional  associations;  continuing  medical  education;  and
licensing and board certification fees of Physician Members, Physician Employees
and those  Physician  Extenders  who are not under the direct  supervision  of a
Physician Member or Physician Employee.

         4.4  Medical  Practice.  ADC shall use and occupy  the Clinic  Facility
exclusively  for the practice of medicine,  and shall comply with all applicable
local  rules,  ordinances  and all  standards of medical  care.  It is expressly
acknowledged by the parties that the medical practice or practices  conducted at
the Clinic Facility shall be conducted solely by physicians associated with ADC,
and no other  physician  or medical  practitioner  shall be  permitted to use or
occupy the  Clinic  Facility  without  the prior  written  consent of the Policy
Council.

         4.5  Professional  Insurance  Eligibility.  ADC shall  cooperate in the
obtaining and retaining of professional liability insurance by assuring that its
Physician Members and Physician Employees are insurable, and participating in an
ongoing risk management program.

         4.6  Employment  Of  Non-Physician  Employees.  There  will be  certain
Technical  Employees that perform  technical  functions for ADC. These Technical
Employees  will  remain in the employ of ADC.  As  provided  in Section  3.1.3.,
ProMedCo will provide  payroll and  administrative  services for such  Technical
Employees.

         4.7 Events  Excusing  Performance.  ADC shall not be liable to ProMedCo
for  failure  to perform  any of the  services  required  herein in the event of
strikes,  lock-outs,  calamities,  acts of God,  unavailability of supplies,  or
other events over which ADC has no control for so long as such events  continue,
and for a reasonable amount of time thereafter.

         4.8  Compliance With Applicable Laws.  ADC shall comply with all 
applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and restrictions in the 
conduct of its obligations under this Agreement.

         4.9  Restrictions  on Use of  Clinic  Facility.  ADC shall at all times
during the term of this Agreement  comply with the policy of ProMedCo  stated in
Section 6 herein.

         4.10  ADC Employee Benefit Plans.

         (a) As of the Effective Date of this  Agreement,  ADC has in effect the
employee  welfare  benefit plans (as such term is defined in Section 3(l) of the
Employee  Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended  ("ERISA")) and the
employee  pension  benefit  plans (as such term is defined  in  Section  3(2) of
ERISA), as set forth in Exhibit "D" to this Agreement.

         (b) ADC  shall  not  enter  into any new  "employee  benefit  plan" (as
defined  in  Section  3(3) of ERISA)  without  the  express  written  consent of
ProMedCo.  Except as otherwise  required by law, ADC shall not materially amend,
freeze,  terminate or merge any ADC Plan without the express  written consent of
ProMedCo.  ADC agrees to make such changes to ADC's Plan,  including the freeze,
termination, or merger of such ADC Plan, as may be approved by ProMedCo.

         (c) Expenses incurred in connection with any ADC Plan or other employee
benefit plan maintained by ADC, including without limitation the compensation of
counsel,  accountants,  corporate trustees and other agents shall be included in
Clinic Expenses.

         (d) The contribution and administration  expenses for Physician Members
and  Physician  Employees  shall  be an  expense  of ADC.  ProMedCo  shall  make
contributions or payments with respect to any ADC Plan, as a Clinic Expense,  on
behalf of eligible Technical Employees.

         (e)  ProMedCo  shall have the sole and  exclusive  authority  to adopt,
amend, or terminate any employee  benefit plan for the benefit of its employees.
ProMedCo  shall have the sole and  exclusive  authority  to appoint the trustee,
custodian, and administrator of any such plan.

         4.11 Physician Powers of Attorney.  ADC shall require all ADC Employees
to execute and deliver to ProMedCo powers of attorney,  satisfactory in form and
substance to ProMedCo and ADC, appointing ProMedCo as attorney-in-fact  for each
for the purposes set forth in Section 3.1.8 and 3.1.9,  which powers of attorney
shall immediately terminate upon termination of this Agreement.

         4.12 Spokesperson. ADC shall serve as spokesperson for ProMedCo, Parent
and Clinic  regarding sales and development  activities.  The parties agree that
Drs.  Arthur,  Bailey,  and Headstream,  or such other Physician  Members as the
Policy Council shall appoint, shall serve in this capacity on behalf of ADC.

         4.13 Delegation of ADC Responsibilities. ADC shall delegate to ProMedCo
all  duties  and   responsibilities   it  may  have  for  the   management   and
administration of the Hospital Agreements,  including, but not limited to, those
duties,  powers,  and  responsibilities  vested in ADC  pursuant to the Hospital
Agreements. ADC shall inform the Hospitals of the delegation of responsibilities
to  ProMedCo  and  shall  fully   cooperate  with  ProMedCo  in  effecting  such
delegation.

5.  RECORDS

         5.1 Patient  Records.  Upon  termination of this  Agreement,  ADC shall
retain all patient medical records  maintained by ADC or ProMedCo in the name of
ADC. ADC shall,  at its option,  be entitled to retain  copies of financial  and
accounting records relating to all services performed by ADC.

         5.2 Other Records.  All records relating in any way to the operation of
the Clinic which are not the property of ADC under the provisions of Section 5.1
above,  shall at all times be the property of ProMedCo.  ADC shall be authorized
to obtain  copies of all records  relating to the operation of the Clinic at any
reasonable time during business hours.

         5.3  Access  to  Records.  During  the  term  of  this  Agreement,  and
thereafter,  ADC or its  accountant or other designee shall upon 24 hours notice
have  reasonable  access during normal  business  hours to ADC's and  ProMedCo's
financial  records,  including,  but not  limited  to,  records of  collections,
expenses  and  disbursements  as  kept  by  ProMedCo  in  performing  ProMedCo's
obligations under this Agreement, and ADC may copy any or all such records.

6.  FACILITIES TO BE PROVIDED BY PROMEDCO

         6.1  Facilities.  ProMedCo hereby agrees to provide or arrange as a 
Clinic Expense the offices and facilities for Clinic operations, including but 
not limited to, the Clinic Facility and all costs of repairs, maintenance and

improvements,   utility  (telephone,  electric,  gas,  water)  expenses,  normal
janitorial  services,  related real or personal property lease cost payments and
expenses, taxes and insurance,  refuse disposal and all other costs and expenses
reasonable  incurred in conducting  operations in the Clinic Facility during the
term of this Agreement.

         6.2 Use of  Facilities.  Voluntary  abortions  will not be performed in
facilities  that are owned or leased by  ProMedCo  or any of its  affiliates  in
whole or in part. ProMedCo and ADC agree that ADC, as an independent contractor,
is a separate  organization  that  retains the  authority to direct the medical,
professional, and ethical aspects of its medical practice. If a Physician Member
or a Physician Employee performs abortion  procedures in any facility,  ProMedCo
shall not receive any ProMedCo Distribution from the revenue generated from such
procedures.

7.  FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS

         7.1  Payments  to ADC and  ProMedCo.  ADC and  ProMedCo  agree that the
compensation  set forth herein is being paid to ProMedCo in  consideration  of a
substantial  commitment  made by ProMedCo  hereunder and that such fees are fair
and reasonable. As payment for its services rendered to ADC, each month ProMedCo
shall be paid the amount of all Clinic  Expenses and the ProMedCo  Distribution.
All Net Clinic  Revenues after  deduction of Clinic  Expenses,  and the ProMedCo
Distribution, shall be referred to as the "ADC Distribution. "

         7.2  Calculation  of Payments.  ProMedCo shall pay to ADC in accordance
with the provisions of Section 7.4 the ADC Distribution  amounts on or about the
15th day of such following  month.  Some amounts may need to be estimated,  with
Adjustments made as necessary the following month. Any audit  Adjustments  would
be made after completion of the fiscal year audit.

         7.3 Clinic Expenses.  Commencing on the Effective Date,  ProMedCo shall
pay all Clinic Expenses as they fall due, provided,  however, that ProMedCo may,
in the name of and on behalf of ADC,  contest in good faith any  claimed  Clinic
Expenses as to which there is any dispute  regarding  the nature,  existence  or
validity of such claimed Clinic  Expenses.  ProMedCo  hereby agrees to indemnify
and hold ADC harmless from and against any  liability,  loss,  damages,  claims,
causes of action and  reasonable  expenses of ADC resulting  from the contest of
any Clinic Expenses.

         7.4 Accounts Receivables. Except for the first month of this Agreement,
on  approximately  the 15th  day of each  month,  ProMedCo  shall  purchase  the
accounts  receivable  of ADC arising  during the previous  month,  by payment of
cash, or other readily available funds into an account of ADC. The consideration
for the  purchase  shall be an  amount  equal to actual  charges  of ADC for the
previous month, less  Adjustments.  The Purchase Amount shall be further reduced
by the amount due to ProMedCo  for the  previous  month's  Clinic  Expenses  and
ProMedCo Distribution and such reduction shall serve as payment for such month's
Clinic Expenses and ProMedCo  Distribution as provided for in Section 7.1 above.
Although it is the intention of the parties that  ProMedCo  purchase and thereby
become owner of the accounts  receivable of ADC, in case such purchase  shall be
ineffective  for any reason,  ADC, as of the Effective  Date of this  Agreement,
grants and shall cause each ADC  Employee to grant to ProMedCo a first  priority
lien on and security interest in and to any and all interest of ADC and such ADC
Employees in any accounts  receivable  generated by the medical  practice of ADC
and the ADC  Employees  or otherwise  generated  through the  operations  of the
Clinic, and all proceeds with respect thereto, to secure the payment to ProMedCo
of all such  accounts  receivable,  and this  Agreement  shall be deemed to be a
security  agreement to the extent necessary to give effect to the foregoing.  In
addition,  ADC shall cooperate with ProMedCo and execute and deliver,  and cause
each ADC Employee to execute and deliver,  all necessary documents in connection
with the pledge of such accounts receivable to ProMedCo or at ProMedCo's option,
its lenders.  All  collections in respect of such accounts  receivable  shall be
deposited in a bank account at a bank designated by ProMedCo. To the extent ADC

or any ADC  Employee  comes into  possession  of any payments in respect of such
accounts  receivable,  ADC or such ADC Employee  shall  direct such  payments to
ProMedCo for deposit in bank accounts designated by ProMedCo.

8.       INSURANCE AND INDEMNITY

         8.1 Insurance to Be Maintained by ProMedCo. Throughout the term of this
Agreement,  ProMedCo will use reasonable  efforts to provide and maintain,  as a
Clinic  Expense,  all  necessary  insurance,   including,  but  not  limited  to
comprehensive professional liability insurance for all professional employees of
ProMedCo  and ADC with  limits  as  determined  reasonable  by  ProMedCo  in its
national  program,   comprehensive  general  liability  insurance  and  property
insurance covering the Clinic Facility and operations.

         8.2 Insurance to be Maintained by ADC. Unless  otherwise  determined by
the  Policy  Council,  throughout  the term of this  Agreement,  subject  to the
provisions  of Section  4.5 and Section 8. 1, ADC shall  maintain  comprehensive
professional liability insurance with limits of not less than $300,000 per claim
and with  aggregate  policy limits of not less than $600,000 per physician and a
separate limit for ADC. ADC shall be responsible for all liabilities  (including
without  limitation  deductibles  and excess  liabilities)  not paid  within the
limits of such  policies.  ProMedCo  shall have the option,  with Policy Council
approval,  of  providing  such  professional   liability  insurance  through  an
alternative  program,  provided  such  program  meets  the  requirements  of the
Insurance Commissioner of the State of Texas.

         8.3  Tail  Insurance  Coverage.   Unless  covered  by  an  "occurrence"
malpractice policy, ADC will cause each individual physician associated with the
Clinic  to  enter  into an  agreement  with ADC that  upon  termination  of such
physician's  relationship with ADC, for any reason, tail insurance coverage will
be purchased by the individual  physician.  Such  provisions may be contained in
employment  agreements,  restrictive  covenant  agreements  or other  agreements
entered into by ADC and the individual physicians, and ADC hereby covenants with
ProMedCo to enforce such provisions  relating to the tail insurance  coverage or
to provide such coverage at the expense of ADC.

         8.4  Additional  Insured.  ADC and  ProMedCo  agree to use  their  best
efforts  to have  each  other  named as an  additional  insured  on the  other's
respective professional liability insurance programs at ProMedCo's expense.

         8.5  Indemnification.  ADC shall  indemnify,  hold  harmless and defend
ProMedCo,  its officers,  directors and employees,  from and against any and all
liability,  loss,  damage,  claim,  causes of action,  and  expenses  (including
reasonable  attorneys' fees), to the extent not covered by insurance,  caused or
asserted to have been caused,  directly or indirectly,  by or as a result of (i)
the performance of medical services or any other acts or omissions by ADC and/or
its Members,  agents,  employees  and/or  subcontractors  (other than  ProMedCo)
during the term hereof, including any claim against ProMedCo by an ADC Employee,
which claim arises out of such ADC Employees'  employment  relationship with ADC
or as a result of services performed by such ADC Employee, and which claim would
typically  be  covered by  worker's  compensation  and (ii) any  claims  made by
Hospitals  against  ProMedCo  because  of  ProMedCo's   entering  into  and  its
performance of the terms and conditions of this  Agreement,  including,  but not
limited to, any and all liability,  loss, damage,  claim,  causes of action, and
expenses  (including  reasonable  attorneys'  fees)  for  alleged  breach  of or
tortious  interference with the Hospital  Agreements.  ProMedCo shall indemnify,
hold harmless and defend ADC, its officers,  directors and  employees,  from and
against  any and all  liability,  loss,  damage,  claim,  causes of action,  and
expenses  (including  reasonable  attorneys' fees), to the extent not covered by
insurance, caused or asserted to have been caused, directly or indirectly, by or
as a result  of the  performance  of any  intentional  acts,  negligent  acts or
omissions   by  ProMedCo   and/or  its   Members,   agents,   employees   and/or
subcontractors  (other than ADC) during the term of this  Agreement,  except for
any liability,  loss, damage,  claim, causes of action, and expenses which might
arise in connection with the

Hospital Agreements.

9. RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS AND LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

         The  parties  recognize  that the  services  to be provided by ProMedCo
shall be feasible only if ADC operates an active  medical  practice to which the
physicians  associated  with ADC devote their full time and  attention.  To that
end:

         9.1  Restrictive  Covenants by ADC.  During the term of this Agreement,
ADC shall not,  outside  the  Clinic,  establish,  operate or provide  physician
services at any medical office,  clinic or other health care facility  providing
services  substantially  similar  to  those  provided  by ADC  pursuant  to this
Agreement  anywhere  within a radius of  twenty-five  (25)  miles of the  Taylor
County  Courthouse in Abilene,  Texas,  or within a radius of  twenty-five  (25)
miles of any  current or future  medical  office,  clinic or other  health  care
facility from which ADC provides medical services.

         9.2 Restrictive  Covenants By Current  Physician  Members and Physician
Employees.  ADC  shall  enforce  the  employment  agreements  with  its  current
Physician  Members and Physician  Employees in a form  satisfactory to ProMedCo,
pursuant to which the  Physician  Members and Physician  Employees  agree not to
establish,  operate or provide physician services at any medical office,  clinic
or  outpatient  and/or  ambulatory  treatment or diagnostic  facility  providing
services  substantially  similar  to  those  provided  by ADC  pursuant  to this
Agreement  within a radius  of  twenty-five  (25)  miles  of the  Taylor  County
Courthouse in Abilene,  Texas,  or within a radius of twenty-five  (25) miles of
any current or future medical office,  clinic or other health care facility from
which ADC provides medical services,  and for a period of thirty-six (36) months
after  the  first  date  of  such  Physician  Shareholder's  or  such  Physician
Employee's  employment  with ADC.  ProMedCo  shall  have  third-party  rights to
enforce such agreements.

         9.3  Restrictive  Covenants By Future  Physician  Employees.  ADC shall
obtain  and  enforce  formal  employment  agreements  from  each  of its  future
Physician  Members and Physician  Employees in a form  satisfactory to ProMedCo,
pursuant to which such  physicians  agree not to  establish,  operate or provide
physician services at any medical office, clinic or outpatient and/or ambulatory
treatment or diagnostic  facility  providing services  substantially  similar to
those provided by ADC pursuant to this Agreement  within a radius of twenty-five
(25) miles of the Taylor County Courthouse in Abilene, Texas, or within a radius
of  twenty-five  (25) miles of any current or future medical  office,  clinic or
other health care facility from which ADC provides  medical  services during the
term of said  Physician  Employee's  employment  with  ADC and for a  period  of
thirty-six  (36)  months  after  the date of their  first  employment  with ADC.
ProMedCo shall have third-party rights to enforce such agreements.

         9.4 Physician  Shareholder and Physician Employee  Liquidated  Damages.
The  restrictive  covenants  described in Sections 9.2 and 9.3 of this Agreement
will provide that the  Physician  Members and Physician  Employees  (existing or
future) may be released from their  restrictive  covenants by paying  Liquidated
Damages in the amount of Two  Hundred  Thousand  Dollars  ($200,000.00)  or such
physician's  income from the practice of  medicine,  as reported to the Internal
Revenue  Service for the previous  twelve (12) months,  whichever is less.  Such
payment shall be made to ProMedCo by ADC simultaneously  with the payment by the
physician to ADC. Such payment  shall be first applied to all costs  incurred by
ProMedCo in the  enforcement  of the  restrictive  covenant  for that  departing
physician  and  in  recruiting  a  replacement   physician  for  that  departing
physician.  The remainder,  if any, shall become an additional service fee to be
paid to ProMedCo  pursuant to Section 7. The accounting  treatment of such funds
shall be consistently applied and approved by ProMedCo's  independent  certified
public accountants and the Policy Council.

         9.5  Enforcement.  ProMedCo and ADC  acknowledge and agree that since a
remedy at law for any  breach or  attempted  breach  of the  provisions  of this
Section 9 shall be inadequate, either party shall be entitled to specific

performance and injunctive or other equitable  relief in case of any such breach
or attempted  breach,  in addition to whatever  other remedies may exist by law.
All parties hereto also waive any requirement for the securing or posting of any
bond in connection  with the obtaining of any such injunctive or other equitable
relief.  If any provision of Section 9 relating to territory  described  therein
shall be declared  by a court of  competent  jurisdiction  to exceed the maximum
time period, scope of activity, restricted or geographical area such court deems
reasonable  and  enforceable  under  applicable  law, the time period,  scope of
activity,  restricted  and/or area of  restriction  deemed to be reasonable  and
enforceable by the court shall thereafter be the time period, scope of activity,
restricted  and/or area of restriction  applicable to the  restrictive  covenant
provisions  in this  Section 9. The  invalidity  of  non-enforceability  of this
Section 9 in any respect shall not affect the validity of  enforceability of the
remainder of this Section 9 or of any other  provisions of this Agreement unless
the invalid or non-enforceable  provisions materially affect the benefits either
party would  otherwise be entitled to receive  under this Section 9 or any other
provision of this Agreement.

         9.6 Termination of Restrictive Covenants.  Notwithstanding  anything to
the contrary  contained  herein,  if this  Agreement is  terminated  pursuant to
Section 10.2 herein, the restrictive covenants contained in this Section 9 shall
be null and void and of no force or effect.

10. TERM; RENEWAL; TERMINATION

         10.1 Term and Renewal. The term of this Agreement shall commence on the
Effective Date, as hereinafter defined, and shall continue for forty (40) years,
after which it shall  automatically  renew for 5-year terms unless  either party
provides  the other  party with at least  twelve  (12)  months but not more than
thirteen (13) months written notice prior to any renewal date.

         10.2  Termination by ADC or Its Assignees.  ADC or its assignees may
terminate this Agreement as follows:

         10.2.1 In the event of the filing of a petition in voluntary bankruptcy
or an assignment for the benefit of creditors by ProMedCo,  or upon other action
taken or suffered, voluntarily or involuntarily,  under any federal or state law
for the benefit of debtors by  ProMedCo,  except for the filing of a petition in
involuntary  bankruptcy  against  ProMedCo  which is  dismissed  within  30 days
thereafter, ADC may give notice of the immediate termination of this Agreement.

         10.2.2  In  the  event  ProMedCo  shall   materially   default  in  the
performance of any duty or obligation imposed upon it by this Agreement and such
default shall  continue for a period of 90 days after written notice thereof has
been given to ProMedCo by ADC; or ProMedCo  shall fail to remit the payments due
as provided in Section 7 hereof and such  failure to remit shall  continue for a
period  of 15  days  after  written  notice  thereof,  ADC  may  terminate  this
Agreement.  Termination of this Agreement pursuant to this subsection (2) by ADC
shall require the affirmative vote of 75 % of the Physician Members.

         10.2.3  In the event any  person  or  persons  (as such term is used in
Sections  13(d) and 14(d) of the  Securities  Exchange Act of 1934)  acquires or
acquires  the  right  to  vote,   through   acquisition,   tender  offer,  proxy
solicitation, merger or consolidation,  fifty percent (50%) or more of ProMedCo,
Inc. then issued and outstanding Common Stock, or securities  representing fifty
percent (50%) or more of the combined voting power of ProMedCo, Inc. then issued
and outstanding  securities,  then ADC or its assignees shall have the option to
terminate this Agreement,  provided however,  that ADC must exercise this option
within thirty (30) days following this change in ownership.  Termination of this
Agreement  pursuant to this Section by ADC or its  assignees  shall  require the
affirmative vote of 75 % of ADC's Physician  Members or the Physician Members of
ADC's assignees.

         10.2.4 In the event  ProMedCo  shall default on any of its payments due
under any agreement between ProMedCo and ADC, and such failure to remit shall

continue for fifteen (15) days after written notice thereof.

         10.3  Termination by ProMedCo.  ProMedCo may terminate this Agreement 
as follows:

         10.3.1 In the event of the filing of a petition in voluntary bankruptcy
or an assignment for the benefit of creditors by ADC, or upon other action taken
or suffered,  voluntarily or  involuntarily,  under any federal or state law for
the  benefit  of  debtors  by  ADC,  except  for the  filing  of a  petition  in
involuntary bankruptcy against ADC which is dismissed within 30 days thereafter,
ProMedCo may give notice of the immediate termination of this Agreement.

         10.3.2 In the event ADC shall materially  default in the performance of
any duty or  obligation  imposed  upon it by this  Agreement  or in the  event a
majority of the Physicians  Members shall materially  default in the performance
of any  duty or  obligation  imposed  upon  them by this  Agreement  or by their
employment  agreements with ADC, and such default shall continue for a period of
90 days after written  notice  thereof has been given to ADC and such  Physician
Members by ProMedCo, ProMedCo may terminate this Agreement.

         10.4 Actions After Termination.  In the event that this Agreement shall
be terminated,  the ADC Distribution and the ProMedCo Distribution shall be paid
through the effective date of termination.  In addition,  the various rights and
remedies  herein  granted to the  aggrieved  party  shall be  cumulative  and in
addition to any others such party may be entitled to by law. The exercise of one
or more rights or remedies shall not impair the right of the aggrieved  party to
exercise any other right or remedy, at law.

11. DEFINITIONS

         For the purposes of this  Agreement,  the following  definitions  shall
apply:

         11.1 Net Clinic  Revenues  shall mean ADC's gross  billings,  including
ancillaries and any other revenues that have  historically been recorded by ADC,
less Adjustments and less any Risk Pool Surpluses.

         11.2 Distribution Funds shall mean those amounts remaining after Clinic
Expenses have been deducted from Net Clinic Revenue.

         11.3 ProMedCo Distribution shall mean [*]% of Distribution Funds plus a
percentage of Risk Pool Surpluses established by Exhibit A.

         11.4 Clinic shall mean the medical care  services,  including,  but not
limited  to the  practice  of  medicine,  and all  related  healthcare  services
provided by ADC and the ADC  Employees,  utilizing  the  management  services of
ProMedCo and the Clinic Facility, regardless of the location where such services
are rendered.

         11.5 Clinic Facility shall mean the clinic  facilities  located at 1665
Antilley  Road,  Suite 200,  Abilene,  Texas,  and 1150 North  28th,  Suite 300,
Abilene,  Texas, and any substitute  facility or additional  facility  location,
whether within or without Taylor County, as approved by the Policy Council.

         11.6 Clinic Expenses shall mean the amount of all expenses  incurred in
the operation of the Clinic including, without limitation:

         11.6.1 Salaries,  benefits  (including  contributions  under any Parent
benefit  plan),  and other direct costs of all  Technical  Employees,  Physician
Extenders who are under the direct supervision of Physician Members or Physician
Employees and all employees of ProMedCo attributable to ADC;

         11.6.2  Direct  costs,   including   benefits,   of  all  employees  or
consultants  of Parent or affiliate of ProMedCo who, with approval of the Policy
Council,  provides  services at or in connection  with ADC required for improved
performance,  such as work management,  purchasing,  information systems, charge
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analysis,  managed care sales, negotiating and contracting,  financial analysis,
and business office consultation;  provided,  however, only that portion of such
employee's or consultant's  costs without mark-up by Parent that is allocable to
Clinic will be a Clinic Expense;

         11.6.3  Obligations of ProMedCo or Parent under leases or subleases 
related to Clinic operations;

         11.6.4 Interest Expense on indebtedness  incurred by ProMedCo or Parent
to finance or refinance any of its  obligations  hereunder or services  provided
hereunder.

         11.6.5  Personal   property  and  intangible   taxes  assessed  against
ProMedCo's  assets used in connection with the operation of Clinic commencing on
the date of this Agreement;

         11.6.6 Malpractice insurance expenses for ProMedCo's operations and for
the ADC Employees,  as well as any deductibles and non-insured expenses relating
to malpractice claims;

         11.6.7  All management fees paid under the Hospital Agreements;

         11.6.8 All expenses of providing  equipment  and supplies or performing
all management or other services listed in Section 3,  "Obligations of ProMedCo,
" as  well as any  other  expenses  that  are  described  as  "Clinic  Expenses"
elsewhere in this Agreement.

         11.6.9  Other  expenses  incurred  by  ProMedCo  in  carrying  out  its
obligations under this Agreement.

         11.7  Clinic Expenses shall not include:

         11.7.1  Corporate  overhead  charges or any other expenses of Parent or
any  corporation  affiliated  with  Parent  other than the kind of items  listed
above;

         11.7.2  Any federal or state income taxes;

         11.7.3  Any expenses which are expressly designated herein as expenses 
or responsibilities of ADC and/or ADC Employees;

         11.7.4 Any  amortization  'expense  resulting from the  amortization of
expenses incurred as shown on Parent's financial statements,  in connection with
the  acquisition  pursuant to the Asset Purchase  Agreement and the execution of
this Agreement;

         11.7.5 Interest expense or indebtedness  incurred by ProMedCo or Parent
to finance the consideration paid under the Asset Purchase Agreement;

         11.7.6 Any liabilities,  judgments or settlements  assessed against ADC
or Physician Members in excess of any insurance policy limited; and

         11.7.7  Expenses incurred specifically for the management of risk 
pools.

         11.8 Risk Pool Surpluses shall mean all hospital risk funds, specialist
risk  funds,  and funds from risk pools under any risk  bearing or risk  sharing
arrangement,  after  deduction  of Risk Pool Cost Of Care,  and after making any
deductions for capitation or other risk pools that are in a deficit position.

         11.9 Risk Pool Cost Of Care shall mean all claims, capitation payments,
and Incurred But Not Reported (IBNR) calculations  charged against any risk pool
(defined as any hospital risk fund,  specialist  risk fund,  and funds from risk
pools under any risk  bearing or risk  sharing  arrangement).  Risk Pool Cost Of
Care shall also include  expenses  incurred  specifically  for the management of
risk pools.

         11.10 Opening Balance Sheet shall mean the balance sheet of ProMedCo as
of the Effective  Date prepared in accordance  with GAAP (except for the absence
of certain  note  information),  and  substantially  in the form of the attached
Exhibit B subject to Adjustments in the  Consideration  (as defined in the Asset
Purchase Agreement).

         11.11 Technical  Employees shall mean  technicians who provide services
in the  diagnostic  areas of ADC's  practice,  such as  employees  of the Clinic
laboratory,  radiology  technicians  and  cardiology  technicians.  AU Technical
Employees shall be ADC employees.

         11.12  Physician  Members shall mean any physician who is a shareholder
of ADC, both as of the date of this Agreement (which said Physician  Members are
parties to this Agreement) and at any future point in time.

         11.13 Physician  Employees shall mean any physician employed by ADC and
providing  medical  services to patients on behalf of ADC, who are not Physician
Members.

         11.14  Physician  Extenders  shall mean all  nonphysician  professional
employees  who  provide  direct  patient  care  for  which a billed  charged  is
generated.

         11.15  ADC  Employees  shall  mean  all  Physician  Members,  Physician
Employees and Technical Employees at the relevant date.

         11.16  Effective  Date  shall mean the later date of: (a) one year from
the first day of the month  following  January 19, 1996; or (b) the first day of
the month following the date of the initial public offering ("IPO") of ProMedCo.

         11.17  Adjustments  "Adjustments"  shall mean any  Adjustments to ADC's
gross  billings for  uncollectible  accounts,  discounts,  Medicare and Medicaid
disallowances,  workers' compensation discount,  employee/dependent  health care
benefit  programs,  professional  courtesies,  and other  activities that do not
generate a collectible  fee. Any adjustments made shall be based on a reasonable
historical basis, or a reasonable prospective basis should a new payor agreement
apply, and shall be periodically  modified during the year to reflect the actual
Adjustments.  Final Adjustments and any resulting  payments owed by one party to
the other  shall be made within  (30) days after  completion  of the fiscal year
audit.

12.  GENERAL PROVISIONS

         12.1 Independent Contractor. It is acknowledged and agreed that ADC and
ProMedCo  are at all  times  acting  and  performing  hereunder  as  independent
contractors.  ProMedCo  shall neither have nor exercise any control or direction
over the methods by which ADC or the ADC Employees practice  medicine.  The sole
function  of  ProMedCo  hereunder  is to provide  all  management  services in a
competent,  efficient and satisfactory  manner.  ProMedCo shall not, by entering
into and performing its obligations under this Agreement,  become liable for any
of the  existing  obligations,  liabilities  or  debts of ADC  unless  otherwise
specifically  provided for under the terms of this Agreement.  ADC shall not, by
entering into and performing its obligations under this Agreement, become liable
for any of the existing obligations,  liabilities,  or debts of ProMedCo, unless
otherwise specifically provided for under the terms of this Agreement.  ProMedCo
will in its management role have only an obligation to exercise  reasonable care
in the  performance  of the  management  services.  Neither party shall have any
liability  whatsoever for damages suffered on account of the willful  misconduct
or  negligence  of any employee,  agent or  independent  contractor of the other
party. Each party shall be solely  responsible for compliance with all state and
federal laws pertaining to employment taxes,  income  withholding,  unemployment
compensation contributions and other employment related statutes regarding their
respective employees, agents and servants.

         12.2  Other Contractual Arrangement.  The parties acknowledge and agree

that  they have been  advised  and  consent  to the fact that  ProMedCo,  or its
affiliates  (i)  may  have,  prior  to the  date of  this  Agreement,  discussed
proposals with respect to, or (ii) may, from time to time hereafter,  enter into
agreements  with  one or more  ADC  Employees  to  provide  consulting,  medical
direction,  advisory or similar  services  relating to activities of ProMedCo or
its affiliates in clinical areas. The parties agree that such agreement, if any,
shall be entered into at the sole  discretion of the parties thereto and subject
to  such  terms  and  conditions  to  which  such  parties  may  agree,  and any
compensation payable to or by ProMedCo, on the one hand, and such ADC Employees,
on  the  other  hand,  shall  not  constitute  Net  Clinic   Revenues,   or  ADC
Compensation,  and shall  otherwise  not be  subject to the  provisions  of this
Agreement.

         12.3  Proprietary Property.

         12.3.1 Each party agrees that the other  party's  proprietary  property
shall not be possessed,  used or disclosed  otherwise  than may be necessary for
the performance of this Agreement. Each party acknowledges that its violation of
this Agreement  would cause the other party  irreparable  harm, and may (without
limiting the other party's remedies for such breach) be enjoined at the instance
of the other party.  Each party agrees that upon  termination  of this Agreement
for any reason,  absent the prior written  consent of the other party,  it shall
have no  right to and  shall  cease  all use of the  other  party's  proprietary
property,  and shall return all such proprietary  property of the other party in
its possession to the other party.

         12.3.2 ProMedCo shall be the sole owner and holder of all right,  title
and interest, to all intellectual property furnished by it under this Agreement,
including,  but not  limited  to the  trade  name  "Abilene  Diagnostic  Clinic,
P.L.L.C.," all computer software,  copyright,  services mark and trademark right
to any  material or  documents  acquired,  prepared,  purchased  or furnished by
ProMedCo pursuant to this Agreement.  ADC shall have no right, title or interest
in or to such material and shall not, in any manner,  distribute or use the same
without the prior written authorization of ProMedCo, provided, however, that the
foregoing  shall not restrict  ADC from  distributing  managed care  information
brochures and materials  without the prior written approval of ProMedCo provided
no Proprietary  Property of ProMedCo is contained therein.  Notwithstanding  the
preceding,  however,  ProMedCo  agrees  that ADC shall be  entitled  to use on a
nonexclusive and  nontransferable  basis for the term of this Agreement the name
"Abilene Diagnostic Clinic, P.L.L.C.," as may be necessary or appropriate in the
performance of ADC's services and obligations hereunder.

         12.4  Cooperation.  Each of the parties shall  cooperate fully with the
other  in  connection  with  the  performance  of their  respective  duties  and
obligations under this Agreement.

         12.5 Licenses,  Permits and  Certificates.  ProMedCo and ADC shall each
obtain and maintain in effect, during the term of this Agreement,  all licenses,
permits  and  certificates  required  by  law  which  are  applicable  to  their
respective performance pursuant to this Agreement.

         12.6  Compliance  with Rules,  Regulations  and Laws.  ProMedCo and ADC
shall comply with all federal and state laws and  regulations  in performance of
their duties and obligations  hereunder.  Neither party,  nor their employees or
agents,   shall  take  any  action  that  would  jeopardize  the  other  party's
participation,  if applicable,  in any federal or state health program including
Medicare and  Medicaid.  ProMedCo and ADC shall take  particular  care to ensure
that no employee or agent of either  party takes any action  intended to violate
Section 1128B of the Social Security Act with respect to soliciting,  receiving,
offering or paying any remuneration  (including any kickback,  bribe, or rebate)
directly or  indirectly,  overtly or covertly,  in cash or in kind in return for
referring an  individual  to a person for the  furnishing  or arranging  for the
furnishing  of any item or service for which  payment may be made in whole or in
part under Title  XVIII or XIX of the Social  Security  Act, or for  purchasing,
leasing,  ordering,  or arranging for or recommending  purchasing,  leasing,  or
ordering any good,  facility,  service, or item for which payment may be made in
whole or in part

under Title XVIII or XIX of the Social Security Act.

         12.7 Generally  Accepted  Accounting  Principles  (GAAP). All financial
statements and  calculations  contemplated by this Agreement will be prepared or
made in accordance with generally accepted  accounting  principles  consistently
applied unless the parties agree otherwise in writing.

         12.8 Notices.  Any notices  required or permitted to be given hereunder
by either party to the other may be given by personal  delivery in writing or by
registered or certified mail,  postage prepaid,  with return receipt  requested.
Notices  shall be  addressed  to the parties at the  addresses  appearing on the
signature page of the Agreement,  but each party may change such party's address
by written  notice given in  accordance  with this  Section.  Notices  delivered
personally will be deemed communicated as of actual receipt; mailed notices will
be deemed communicated as of three days after mailing.

         12.9 Attorneys' Fees.  ProMedCo and ADC agree that the prevailing party
in any legal  dispute  among the parties  hereto shall be entitled to payment of
its attorneys' fees by the other party.

         12.10  Severability.  If any  provision of this  Agreement is held by a
court of competent  jurisdiction  or  applicable  state or federal law and their
implementing  regulations to be invalid,  void or  unenforceable,  the remaining
provisions will nevertheless continue in full force and effect.

         12.11 Arbitration.  Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating
to this Agreement or the breach  thereof will be settled by binding  arbitration
in  accordance  with  the  rules  of  commercial  arbitration  of  the  American
Arbitration Association, and judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrators
may be entered in any court having jurisdiction  thereof. Such arbitration shall
occur within the County of Taylor,  State of Texas,  unless the parties mutually
agree to have such proceedings in some other locale.  The  arbitrator(s)  may in
any such proceeding award attorneys' fees and costs to the prevailing party.

         12.12  Construction  of Agreement.  This Agreement shall be governed by
and  construed in  accordance  with the laws of the State of Texas.  The parties
agree  that the terms and  provisions  of this  Agreement  embody  their  mutual
interest and agreement and that they are not to be construed  more  liberally in
favor of, nor more strictly against, any party hereto.

         12.13  Assignment  and  Delegation.  ProMedCo  shall  have the right to
assign its rights  hereunder  to any person,  firm or  corporation  controlling,
controlled  by or  under  common  control  with  ProMedCo  and  to  any  lending
institution,  for security purposes or as collateral, from which ProMedCo or the
Parent  obtains  financing  for itself and as agent.  Except as set forth above,
ProMedCo shall not have the right to assign its rights and obligations hereunder
without the written  consent of ADC. ADC shall have the obligation to assign its
right and obligations  hereunder to a successor entity,  provided ProMedCo shall
have given its prior  written  consent to such  assignment.  Except as set forth
above,  ADC  shall  not have the  right to assign  its  rights  and  obligations
hereunder  without the written consent of ProMedCo.  ADC may not delegate any of
ADC's  duties  hereunder,  except as  expressly  contemplated  herein;  however,
ProMedCo may delegate some or all of ProMedCo's  duties  hereunder to the extent
it  concludes,  in its sole  discretion,  that such  delegation is in the mutual
interest of the parties hereto.

         12.14  Confidentiality.  The terms of this  Agreement and in particular
the  provisions  regarding  compensation,  are  confidential  and  shall  not be
disclosed  except  as  necessary  to the  performance  of this  Agreement  or as
required by law.

         12.15  Waiver.  The  waiver of any  provision,  or of the breach of any
provision of this Agreement must be set forth specifically in writing and signed
by the waiving  party.  Any such  waiver  shall not operate or be deemed to be a
waiver  of any  prior  or  future  breach  of  such  provision  or of any  other
provision.

         1.2.16  Headings.  The subject headings of the articles and sections of
this  Agreement  are  included for  purposes of  convenience  only and shall not
affect the construction or interpretation of any of its provisions.

         12.17 No Third Party Beneficiaries.  Nothing in this Agreement, express
or implied, is intended or shall be construed to confer upon any person, firm or
corporation  other than the parties  hereto and their  respective  successors or
assigns,  any remedy or claim under or by reason of this  Agreement or any term,
covenant or condition hereof, as third party beneficiaries or otherwise, and all
of the  terms,  covenants  and  conditions  hereof  shall  be for the  sole  and
exclusive benefit of the parties hereto and their successors and assigns.

         12.18  Time is of the Essence.  Time is hereby expressly declared to 
be of the essence in this Agreement.

         12.19  Modifications of Agreement for Prospective  Legal Events. In the
event any state or  federal  laws or  regulations,  now  existing  or enacted or
promulgated  after the effective  date of this  Agreement,  are  interpreted  by
judicial decision, a regulatory agency or legal counsel for both parties in such
a manner as to indicate that the structure of this Agreement may be in violation
of such laws or  regulations,  or in the event the Texas  State Board of Medical
Examiners or other authority with legal jurisdiction  shall, solely by virtue of
this Agreement,  initiate an action to revoke,  suspend, or restrict the license
of any physician retained by ADC to practice medicine in the State of Texas, ADC
and ProMedCo  shall amend this  Agreement as  necessary.  To the maximum  extent
possible,  any  such  amendment  shall  preserve  the  underlying  economic  and
financial arrangements between ADC and ProMedCo. In the event it is not possible
to amend this  Agreement  to preserve in all material  respects  the  underlying
economic and financial arrangements between ADC and ProMedCo, this Agreement may
be terminated by written notice by either party within 90 days from date of such
interpretation or action, termination to be effective no sooner than the earlier
of 180 days from, the date notice of termination is given or the latest possible
date  specified  for  such  termination  in  any  regulatory  order  or  notice.
Termination  pursuant to this Section 12.19 by ADC shall require the affirmative
vote of a majority of Physician Members.

         12.20  Whole  Agreement;  Modification.  A contract in which the amount
involved exceeds $50,000 in value is not enforceable  unless the Agreement is in
writing  and  signed  by the  party to be bound  or by that  party's  authorized
representative.  The rights  and  obligations  of the  parties  hereto  shall be
determined solely from written  agreements.  Documents and instruments,  and any
prior oral agreements between the parties are superseded by and merged into such
writings.  This  Agreement  (As  amended  in  writing  from time to  time),  the
exhibits,  and the  schedules  delivered  pursuant  hereto  represent  the final
agreement between the parties hereto and may not be contradicted by; evidence of
prior, contemporaneous,  or subsequent oral agreements by the parties. There are
no unwritten  oral  agreements  between the parties.  This paragraph is included
herein  pursuant to Section  26.02 of the Texas  Business and Commerce  Code, as
amended from time to time.

         IN WITNESS WHEREOF,  the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as
of the date and year first above written.

PROMEDCO OF ABILENE, INC.,

WAYNE POSEY
Address:          801 Cherry Street - Suite 1050 Fort Worth, Texas 76102
                  ------------------------------

ABILENE DIAGNOSTIC CLINIC, P.L.L.C.

Name:
Title:
Address:

Allocation of Risk Pool SuMiuses

         ProMedCo shall receive a percentage of the Risk Pool Surpluses, or
shall be responsible for a percentage of any deficits if the Risk Pool Surpluses
are in a deficit position pursuant to Section 11.9. ProMedCo's percentage shall
be based on the cumulative risk pool savings that have occurred during the
entire term of this Agreement, including any renewals. The percentage shall be
based on the graduated scale as shown below:

Cumulative Risk Pool Sug2ju                          ProMedCo %
[*]

The distribution of Risk Pool Surpluses shall be made on an annual basis no
later than 90 days after the conclusion of each contract year of this Agreement,
and after a full analysis of an Incurred But Not Reported (IBNR) liabilities.
Once the final balance of Risk Pool Surpluses has been calculated, [*]% of that
amount shall be distributed, with the final [*]% held for an additional 6 months
to pay for any unanticipated claims. At the end of that 6 months, any funds
remaining from the [*]% reserved shall be distributed.

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CERTAIN CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE HAS BEEN OMITTED AND FILED
SEPARATELY WITH THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION

Qpening Balance Sheet

Current Assets
Cash
Accounts Receivable Prepaid
Other Current Assets Total Current Assets

Other Assets
Investments
Deposits
Other Assets
Total Other Assets

Property and Equipment
Land
Buildings
Building Fixed Equipment Equipment
Capitalized Lease Equipment Accrued Depreciation
Total Property and Equipment

Intangibles
Organization Cost
Loan Cost
Non-Compete Covenants
Other Intangibles
Total Intangibles

TOTAL ASSETS
Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable
Notes Payable
Payroll & Taxes Payable
Accrued Expenses
Accrued Interest
Cur-rent Maturities- Leases
Current Maturities - Notes
Other Current Liabilities
Total Current Liabilities

Other Liabilities
Deficit in Limited Liability Company
Deferred Credits

Total Other Liabilities

Long Term Payables Mortgages
Notes Payable Lease Obligations Total Long Term Payables

Members Capital Account
Contributed Capital
Accumulated Income or Deficit
Total Members Equity

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNT 

Basic Info X:

Name: SERVICE AGREEMENT
Type: Service Agreement
Date: Aug. 23, 1996
Company: PROMEDCO MANAGEMENT CO
State: Delaware

Other info:

Date:

  • October 13 , 1993
  • 20th day of June , 1994
  • thirty 30
  • January 19 , 1996

Organization:

  • ProMedCo of Abilene , Inc.
  • Abilene' Diagnostic Clinic
  • Abilene Diagnostic Clinic Associates
  • Southwestern Health Development Corporation
  • Practice Management Agreement
  • Abilene Medical Management Services
  • General Responsibilities of the Parties
  • Net Revenue Calculation
  • American Medical Association
  • Texas Medical Association
  • Inventory Control and Purchasing Supplies
  • Managed Care Contracting
  • Deposit of Net Clinic Revenues
  • Management Information SystemsComputer Systems
  • Payment of Premiums For All Insurance Products Held By ADC
  • Supervision of Ancillary Services
  • 3.1.15 Strategic Planning Assistance
  • Expansion of Clinic
  • ADC 4.1 Professional Services
  • Employment Of Physician Employees
  • Professional Insurance Eligibility
  • Events Excusing Performance
  • Compliance With Applicable Laws
  • Use of Clinic Facility
  • ADC Employee Benefit Plans
  • Physician Powers of Attorney
  • PROMEDCO 6.1 Facilities
  • Use of Facilities
  • the Insurance Commissioner of the State
  • Tail Insurance Coverage
  • Current Physician Members and Physician Employees
  • Future Physician Employees
  • Taylor County Courthouse
  • Physician Employee Liquidated Damages
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Termination of Restrictive Covenants
  • ProMedCo , Inc.
  • 11.6.4 Interest Expense
  • Physician Employees and Technical Employees
  • American Arbitration Association
  • County of Taylor , State
  • Third Party Beneficiaries
  • Modifications of Agreement for Prospective Legal Events
  • Texas State Board of Medical Examiners
  • Texas Business and Commerce Code
  • Qpening Balance Sheet Current Assets Cash Accounts Receivable Prepaid Other Current Assets Total Current Assets Other Assets Investments Deposits Other Assets Total Other Assets Property and Equipment Land Buildings Building Fixed Equipment Equipment Capitalized Lease Equipment Accrued Depreciation Total Property and Equipment Intangibles Organization Cost Loan Cost Non-Compete Covenants Other Intangibles Total Intangibles TOTAL ASSETS Current Liabilities Accounts Payable Notes Payable Payroll & Taxes Payable Accrued Expenses Accrued Interest
  • Limited Liability Company Deferred Credits Total Other Liabilities Long Term Payables Mortgages Notes Payable Lease Obligations Total Long

Location:

  • P.A
  • Taylor County
  • State of Texas
  • ABILENE
  • Fort Worth

Money:

  • $ 10,000
  • $ 300,000
  • $ 600,000
  • $ 200,000.00
  • $ 50,000

Person:

  • Bailey
  • WAYNE POSEY

Percent:

  • fifty percent
  • 50 %
  • 75 %
  • ProMedCo %
  • ] %