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Oregon Gynecologists

     
The following cities in Oregon have doctor listings. Please select a city in Oregon to browse the gynecologists available.
Albany Gynecologists Astoria Gynecologists Beaverton Gynecologists
Bend Gynecologists Coos Bay Gynecologists Corvallis Gynecologists
Eugene Gynecologists Florence Gynecologists Forest Grove Gynecologists
Glen Eden Gynecologists Grants Pass Gynecologists Gresham Gynecologists
Hillsboro Gynecologists Hood River Gynecologists Klamath Falls Gynecologists
Lebanon Gynecologists Lincoln City Gynecologists Mcminnville Gynecologists
Medford Gynecologists Newport Gynecologists Oregon City Gynecologists
Pendleton Gynecologists Portland Gynecologists Redmond Gynecologists
Redwood Gynecologists Roseburg Gynecologists Salem Gynecologists
Silverton Gynecologists Springfield Gynecologists Tigard Gynecologists
Tualatin Gynecologists Waldport Gynecologists West Linn Gynecologists
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In 2004 (the latest year data are available), total national health expenditures rose 7.9 percent -- over three times the rate of inflation. Total spending was $1.9 TRILLION in 2004, or $6,280 per person. Total health care spending represented 16 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP).
 
 
     
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