April 16, 1985.
Original proceeding on certiorari; Gerald R. Cole, District Judge.
Steven E. Schonberg, Paul Livingston, Steven E. Schonberg, P.C., Louis S. Marjon, Albuquerque, for petitioner.
Richard C. Civerolo, Carl J. Butkus, Civerolo, Hansen Wolf, P.A., Albuquerque, for respondent St. Joseph Hospital.
J.E. Casados, Ellen M. Kelly, Gallagher Casados, P.C., Albuquerque, for Marvin Sachs.
W. Robert Lasater, Jr., Mark C. Meiering, Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin Robb, P.A., Albuquerque, for Doyle Simmons, M.D. and H.J. Murrell, M.D.
Bruce D. Black, Campbell, Byrd Black, P.A., Santa Fe, for X-Ray Associates, Inc.
The writ of certiorari heretofore issued by this Court is quashed as having been improvidently granted. The only issue raised by petitioner in this cause was the construction and constitutionality of the three year statute of limitations of the Medical Malpractice Act. NMSA 1978, § 41-5-13 (Repl. Pamp. 1982). Kern v. St. Joseph Hospital, Inc., 102 N.M. 452, 697 P.2d 135 (1985), disposed of this issue. Petitioner did not present or preserve for review the issue of fraudulent concealment in either the Court of Appeals or this Court.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
WILLIAM R. FEDERICI, Chief Justice
DAN SOSA, Jr., Senior Justice
WILLIAM RIORDAN, Justice
HARRY E. STOWERS, Jr., Justice
MARY C. WALTERS, Justice