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Contacts who are enumerated as #1 and #2 will be listed irrespective of their relationship to the patient. These may or may not be suitable to contact for your purposes! For example, a patient who is over 18 may have an emergency contact but it would not be appropriate to send information to the emergency contact. A child might have contact #1 = mother and contact #2 = grandfather for emergency purposes but only mother should be contacted about this particular child’s medical issues.
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select patno, fname, lname, first_name, last_name, cell_phone,denorm_no as contact_rank, contact.pref_reminder, contact.pref_recall, contact.pref_medical, contact.pref_billing from register inner join register_contact on register.patno = register_contact.patno inner join contact on contact.id = register_contact.contact_id where patno is not null and patno >= 99 and lname not in ( 'TESTPATIENT','TEST-PATIENT') and status_pat = 'ACTIVE' and (denorm_no in ('1','2')) order by patno