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Dr. Jeremy Defoe, DO

Dr. Jeremy Defoe, DO

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Telehealth available

Accepting New Patients

About

Dr. Jeremy Defoe, DO is a family medicine specialist in Saint Louis, MO. He currently practices at Associated Internists and is affiliated with Missouri Baptist Medical Center. Dr. Defoe is board certified in Family Practice.

Locations

New Patient? (314) 896-4668
  1. Associated Internists

    1. 1
      Associated Internists
      3009 N Ballas Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63131 Call
      Existing Patients: (314) 996-7800
      New Patients:
      (314) 896-4668

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Hospital Affiliations

  • Missouri Baptist Medical Center
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