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Dr. Andrew Doppelt, MD

Dr. Andrew Doppelt, MD

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Dr. Andrew Doppelt, MD is a family medicine specialist in Columbia, MO. He currently practices at Big Tree Medical Home.

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      Big Tree Medical Home
      200 Corporate Lake Dr, Columbia, MO 65203 Existing Patients: (573) 814-1170
    2. 2
      Tiger Pediatrics-south
      200 E Southampton Dr Ste 104, Columbia, MO 65203 Existing Patients: (573) 814-1170

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I have been seeing Dr. Doppelt for about 2 years now and I am very happy with how everything is going and how affordable treatment is.
Rachel — Sep 15, 2020
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