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Dr. Julia Hardeman, MD

Dr. Julia Hardeman, MD

Age 47 Family Medicine F


Dr. Julia Hardeman, MD is a family medicine specialist in Tucson, AZ. She currently practices at Clay Primary Family Care Center and is affiliated with Sells Indian Hospital. Dr. Hardeman is board certified in Family Practice.


  1. Clay Primary Family Care Center

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      Clay Primary Family Care Center
      3950 S Country Club Rd Ste 130, Tucson, AZ 85714 Existing Patients: (520) 874-4800

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Dr. Hardeman has the perfect attitude for a physician. She is very thorough. Explains things in plain terms and also listens in return.
Shirley Howard in Tucson,Az — Apr 28, 2017
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