Perhaps an issue with collections and the Site parameter. When I search for "info:[URL]" on your site, the examples I've tried (such as "info:http://floydmemorial.com/patients/") return the correct result. The info: tag ignores collection settings.
So the Mini has apparently crawled and indexed your new site. Google's troubleshooting tips for Determining Why a Particular Document Is Not in the Search Results may apply, especially the following:
Are you searching within a collection or subcollection?
Use the Status and Reports > Crawl Diagnostics page to view information for a specific collection. If you have a default_collection that contains all URLs, change the site parameter in the query to read site=default_collection. Verify that the patterns for defining the collection match the URL of the web page.
Is the document tagged with default_collection?
Is the document tagged with any collection? Try removing the site parameter and its value from the search request. [Emphasis added] By default, the value site=default_collection is applied to all documents in the index, but the value for the site parameter can be changed. If the patterns for that collection have been modified, searching without the site parameter will that ensure all documents in the index are potential search results, even if they are not tagged with default_collection.
Besides the Mini documentation, you can search & ask the experts at http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Search-Appliance/.