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Dr. Evan Lutz, MD

Dr. Evan Lutz, MD

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Dr. Evan Lutz, MD is a sports medicine specialist in Greenville, NC. He currently practices at EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY PHYSICIANS FAMILY MEDICINE CENTER and is affiliated with Vidant Beaufort Hospital. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Lutz is board certified in Family Practice.


  1. East Carolina University Physicians Family Medicine Center

    1. 1
      East Carolina University Family Medicine Center
      101 Heart Dr, Greenville, NC 27834 Existing Patients: (252) 744-4611



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  • Vidant Beaufort Hospital
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