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Dr. Dwight Capps II, MD

Dr. Dwight Capps II, MD

Age 65 Ophthalmology M
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Dr. Dwight Capps II, MD is a ophthalmology specialist in Murray, KY. Dr. Capps II completed a residency at University Hospital Of Ar. He currently practices at Murray Ophthalmology and is affiliated with Murray - Calloway County Hospital. Dr. Capps II is board certified in Ophthalmology.

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  1. Murray Ophthalmology

    1. 1
      Hart Ophthalmology Associates Psc
      300 S 8th St Ste 505e, Murray, KY 42071 Existing Patients: (270) 753-3131

Education

  • University Hospital Of Ar, Residency Hospital
  • University Of Arkansas College Of Medicine, Medical School — 1985

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