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Dr. Daniel Saris, MD

Dr. Daniel Saris, MD

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Dr. Daniel Saris, MD is a sports medicine specialist in Rochester, MN. He currently practices at Mayo Clinic - Minnesota. He accepts multiple insurance plans.


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  1. Mayo Clinic - Minnesota

    1. 1
      Rochester - Cancer
      200 1st St Sw, Rochester, MN 55905 Call
      Existing Patients: (507) 405-2549
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    2. 2
      Rochester - Sports Medicine
      565 1st Ave Sw, Rochester, MN 55902 Call
      Existing Patients: (507) 405-2549
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