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Abigail Rauf, CNM

Abigail Rauf, CNM

Midwifery F
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Telehealth available

Accepting New Patients

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Abigail Rauf, CNM is a midwife in Latham, NY. She currently practices at Community Care Obstetrics/Gynecology and Midwifery, Community Care Physicians, P.C..

Locations

  1. Community Care Obstetrics/Gynecology and Midwifery, Community Care Physicians, P.C.

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      Community Care Obstetrics/Gynecology and Midwifery, Community Care Physicians, P.C.
      713 Troy Schenectady Rd Ste 215, Latham, NY 12110 Existing Patients: (518) 370-7937

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  • Stony Brook University, Other Education

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  • Accepts most major Health Plans. Please contact our office for details.

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