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Connecticut Gastroenterologists

     
The following cities in Connecticut have doctor listings. Please select a city in Connecticut to browse the gastroenterologists available.
Ansonia Gastroenterologists Bethel Gastroenterologists Bloomfield Gastroenterologists
Branford Gastroenterologists Bridgeport Gastroenterologists Bristol Gastroenterologists
Cheshire Gastroenterologists Danbury Gastroenterologists East Haven Gastroenterologists
Enfield Gastroenterologists Fairfield Gastroenterologists Farmington Gastroenterologists
Greenwich Gastroenterologists Hamden Gastroenterologists Hartford Gastroenterologists
Madison Gastroenterologists Manchester Gastroenterologists Mansfield Cntr Gastroenterologists
Meriden Gastroenterologists Middletown Gastroenterologists Mystic Gastroenterologists
New Britain Gastroenterologists New Canaan Gastroenterologists New Haven Gastroenterologists
New London Gastroenterologists New Milford Gastroenterologists Norwalk Gastroenterologists
Norwich Gastroenterologists Old Greenwich Gastroenterologists Rocky Hill Gastroenterologists
Southington Gastroenterologists Stamford Gastroenterologists Stratford Gastroenterologists
Torrington Gastroenterologists Waterbury Gastroenterologists Westport Gastroenterologists
Wethersfield Gastroenterologists Wilton Gastroenterologists  
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The percentage of Americans under age 65 whose family-level, out-of-pocket spending for health care, including health insurance, exceeds $2,000 a year rose from 37.3 percent in 1996 to 43.1 percent in 2003 - a 16 percent increase.
 
 
     
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