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Dr. Elizabeth Bulat, MD

Dr. Elizabeth Bulat, MD

Age 38 Addiction Medicine F

Telehealth available

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Dr. Elizabeth Bulat, MD is a addiction medicine specialist in West Bloomfield, MI. She currently practices at Henry Ford Maplegrove. She accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Bulat is board certified in Internal Medicine.


  1. Henry Ford Maplegrove

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      Henry Ford Maplegrove
      6773 W Maple Rd, West Bloomfield, MI 48322 Existing Patients: (800) 436-7936

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