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Dr. Jacob Birlingmair, MD

Dr. Jacob Birlingmair, MD

Age 28 Orthopedic Surgery M
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Dr. Jacob Birlingmair, MD is a orthopedic surgery specialist in Kansas City, KS. He currently practices at University KS Phys Intrnl Mdcn.

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  1. University KS Phys Intrnl Mdcn

    1. 1
      Kansas City Office
      3901 Rainbow Blvd, Kansas City, KS 66160 Existing Patients: (913) 588-5000

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