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Is this sentence grammatically correct?

The patient is discharged for a brief stay in the rehab center. His ultimate plan includes discharge to sell his trailer, and then move to an assisted care arrangement. The patient is to follow up in the adult primary care clinic after discharge from the rehab center.

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asked by Deborah
  1. There are three sentences there. Is there one you're specifically concerned about?

    They read OK, but are easily identified as medical-notes-speak!!

  2. They look OK.

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    posted by Jamie

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