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Dr. Andrew Bremer, MD

Dr. Andrew Bremer, MD

Age 48 Pediatric Endocrinology M


Dr. Andrew Bremer, MD is a pediatric endocrinology specialist in Sacramento, CA. Dr. Bremer completed a residency at Baylor College Of Med.


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      2521 Stockton Blvd # Ticon, Sacramento, CA 95817 Existing Patients: (916) 734-7840


  • University Ca, Fellowship Hospital — 2007
  • Baylor College Of Med, Residency Hospital — 2005
  • Boston University School Of Medicine, Medical School — 2001

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My son has congenital hypothyroidism, Dr. Bremmer treated him for the first year of his life. He is a wonderful and caring doctor. We have moved out of the area, but I am trying to figure out how to get my son back to him.
Amy in Stockton, CA — Dec 02, 2016
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