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At Bailey’s, we expect excellence and quality in all that we do. We consider compliance with good business practices to be our
top priority and we are committed to upholding the highest standards of ethics in our relationships with patients, payors,
employees, and the public. Accordingly, Bailey’s conducts its operations consistent with the following two foundations:


Because we maintain a zero-tolerance policy for any violation of our Compliance Mandate, our employees, contractors, and
affiliated persons are required to only act consistent to best patient care concerns and fully comply with all laws and other
compliance requirements. We will not be involved in any business opportunity that presents with unethical or illegal activity.
To implement our Compliance Mandate, our compliance program takes into account the seven elements of an effective
compliance program, including: (1) written standards of conduct and policies and procedures that promote commitment to
compliance; (2) a Compliance Officer(s) to oversee the program; (3) compliance education and training for all new hires, with
annual training for staff; (4) processes to receive complaints and to allow complaints from staff without any fear of retaliation;
(5) responding to allegations of improper activities and, when necessary, developing a corrective action plan; (6) auditing and
monitoring to identify areas of potential risk; and (7) investigation and remediation of identified systemic problems and non employment of sanctioned individuals.

In order to preserve and enhance our Compliance Mandate and the preceding elements, we have developed various policies
and compliance practices, including adoption of our Code of Ethics and Business Conduct (“Code”). The Codeapplies to all Bailey’s
employees, contractors, suppliers, and officers and is designed to provide our employees with guidance regarding compliance
with laws, regulations and Company policies. We regularly communicate with employees regarding the Code to ensure familiarity
and awareness, and we require that employees annually certify their agreement to abide by policy.
The Code and stand-alone policies also contain specific anti-retaliation provisions intended to protect employees who step
forward. We encourage open communication of concerns and we are committed to protecting anyone providing a good faith
report of inappropriate business practices. Retaliation against anyone making a report or participating in an investigation will
result in disciplinary action.

Separate from the Code, we provide our workforce with ongoing training and targeted to employee roles and functions. Training
may be provided in person or online and addresses compliance topics such as anti-kickback, false claims, stark, improper
inducements, and other laws and further cover conflicts of interest, privacy, anti-discrimination, anti-corruption and guidelines
with regard to, for example, gifts and hospitality to patients. Completion of required training is tracked and refreshed on a regular
basis. We also require periodic certifications by management level employees regarding adherence to Company policy and
various compliance topics. These practices act to supplement the Code and provide topic specific guidance to employees.
Finally, Bailey’s recognizes the importance of appropriate oversight of potential business risks in running a successful operation
and meeting our obligations to our patients, payors, Practitioners and the public. We are responsible for creating an appropriate
culture of risk management. Accordingly, we take an active role in overseeing our aggregate risk potential and address specific
risks, including competitive, legal, regulatory, operational and financial risks.

In summary, our Compliance Program has the commitment of everyone at Bailey’s to: (1) provide education, policies and tools
regarding best patient care and compliance with all laws, (2) conduct periodic investigations and always respond to any indication
of Misconduct, (3) take part in monitoring Company activities including internal audits to assess risk, and (4) provide a proactive
approach to compliance in order to maintain Bailey’s Compliance Mandate; in short, we always act to ensue best patient care
and compliance with all laws and ethical standards

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