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Averbach, Marcus A
Speciality: Cardiology


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Speciality: Internal Medicine


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Griffin, Frankie M
Speciality: Orthopedic Surgery


Oregon Family Practice Doctors

     
The following cities in Oregon have doctor listings. Please select a city in Oregon to browse the family practice doctors available.
Albany Family Practice Doctors Aloha Family Practice Doctors Ashland Family Practice Doctors
Astoria Family Practice Doctors Baker City Family Practice Doctors Bandon Family Practice Doctors
Beaverton Family Practice Doctors Bend Family Practice Doctors Boardman Family Practice Doctors
Brookings Family Practice Doctors Burns Family Practice Doctors Canby Family Practice Doctors
Central Point Family Practice Doctors Chiloquin Family Practice Doctors Clackamas Family Practice Doctors
Coos Bay Family Practice Doctors Coquille Family Practice Doctors Cornelius Family Practice Doctors
Corvallis Family Practice Doctors Cottage Grove Family Practice Doctors Dallas Family Practice Doctors
Eagle Point Family Practice Doctors Enterprise Family Practice Doctors Eugene Family Practice Doctors
Florence Family Practice Doctors Forest Grove Family Practice Doctors Fossil Family Practice Doctors
Grants Pass Family Practice Doctors Gresham Family Practice Doctors Halsey Family Practice Doctors
Heppner Family Practice Doctors Hermiston Family Practice Doctors Hillsboro Family Practice Doctors
Hood River Family Practice Doctors Irrigon Family Practice Doctors Jacksonville Family Practice Doctors
John Day Family Practice Doctors Joseph Family Practice Doctors Junction City Family Practice Doctors
Klamath Falls Family Practice Doctors Lagrande Family Practice Doctors Lake Oswego Family Practice Doctors
Lakeview Family Practice Doctors La Pine Family Practice Doctors Lapine Family Practice Doctors
Lebanon Family Practice Doctors Madras Family Practice Doctors Mcminnville Family Practice Doctors
Medford Family Practice Doctors Mill City Family Practice Doctors Milwaukie Family Practice Doctors
Newberg Family Practice Doctors Newport Family Practice Doctors North Plains Family Practice Doctors
Oak Grove Family Practice Doctors Oakridge Family Practice Doctors Ontario Family Practice Doctors
Oregon City Family Practice Doctors Pacific City Family Practice Doctors Pendleton Family Practice Doctors
Philomath Family Practice Doctors Portland Family Practice Doctors Prineville Family Practice Doctors
Redmond Family Practice Doctors Reedsport Family Practice Doctors Rogue River Family Practice Doctors
Roseberg Family Practice Doctors Roseburg Family Practice Doctors Salem Family Practice Doctors
Sandy Family Practice Doctors Scappoose Family Practice Doctors Seaside Family Practice Doctors
Sheridan Family Practice Doctors Sherwood Family Practice Doctors Siletz Family Practice Doctors
Silverton Family Practice Doctors Springfield Family Practice Doctors Stayton Family Practice Doctors
Sweet Home Family Practice Doctors The Dalles Family Practice Doctors Tigard Family Practice Doctors
Tillamook Family Practice Doctors Toledo Family Practice Doctors Troutdale Family Practice Doctors
Tualatin Family Practice Doctors Vernonia Family Practice Doctors West Linn Family Practice Doctors
Wilsonville Family Practice Doctors Woodburn Family Practice Doctors  
Did You Know? - Health Insurance Fact:
The uninsured are 30 to 50 percent more likely to be hospitalized for an avoidable condition, with the average cost of an avoidable hospital stayed estimated to be about $3,300 .
 
 
     
Doctor's Realm Quote of the day:
For every physician perceived by the public to be bowing to the tenets of managed care and somehow short-changing its needs, or headlined by the press as party to some nefarious scheme, there still are thousands of doctors dragging out of their beds in the middle of the night and stumbling into their cars to handle emergencies, thousands settling in for long session with their last patients of the day simply because those patients had indicated they needed extra time; thousands whose dinner gets cold, whose children don't see them at birthday parties, and whose spouses find they aren't going to get to see that movie after all. - Eric Anderson, MD

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