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Dr. Ginnie Prater, MD

Dr. Ginnie Prater, MD

Age 43 Geriatric Medicine F
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Dr. Ginnie Prater, MD is a geriatric medicine specialist in Birmingham, AL. She currently practices at University of Alabama At Birmingham Medicine. She accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Prater is board certified in Geriatric Medicine.

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    1. 1
      University of Alabama At Birmingham Medicine
      1720 2ND AVE S, Birmingham, AL 35233 Existing Patients: (205) 934-3411
    2. 2
      Methodist Home for the Aging
      1424 Montclair Rd, Irondale, AL 35210 Existing Patients: (205) 956-4150

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  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of California
  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
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