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Dr. Ben Swink, DO

Dr. Ben Swink, DO

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Dr. Ben Swink, DO is a family medicine specialist in Saint Louis, MO. He currently practices at Visiting Physicians Association and is affiliated with Cherokee Indian Hospital.

Locations

  1. Visiting Physicians Association

    1. 1
      Vpa PC
      8710 Manchester Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63144 Existing Patients: (314) 961-3570

Education

  • Oklahoma State Univ Center For Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine, Medical School

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  • Cigna
  • Humana

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Hospital Affiliations

  • Cherokee Indian Hospital
  • Washington County Memorial Hospital
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