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Alabama Urologists

     
The following cities in Alabama have doctor listings. Please select a city in Alabama to browse the urologists available.
Alabaster Urologists Alexander City Urologists Andalusia Urologists
Anniston Urologists Athens Urologists Atmore Urologists
Bessemer Urologists Birmingham Urologists Boaz Urologists
Brewton Urologists Centre Urologists Centreville Urologists
Childersburg Urologists Clanton Urologists Cullman Urologists
Decatur Urologists Dothan Urologists Enterprise Urologists
Eufaula Urologists Fairfield Urologists Fairhope Urologists
Florence Urologists Foley Urologists Fort Payne Urologists
Gadsden Urologists Guntersville Urologists Haleyville Urologists
Hamilton Urologists Homewood Urologists Huntsville Urologists
Jacksonville Urologists Jasper Urologists Madison Urologists
Mobile Urologists Monroeville Urologists Montgomery Urologists
Oneonta Urologists Opelika Urologists Ozark Urologists
Red Bay Urologists Russellville Urologists Scottsboro Urologists
Selma Urologists Sheffield Urologists Sylacauga Urologists
Talladega Urologists Tuscaloosa Urologists Valley Urologists
Winfield Urologists    
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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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