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Dr. Kevin Baxter, DO

Dr. Kevin Baxter, DO

Age 52 Pain Medicine M
(19) 19 reviews
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Dr. Kevin Baxter, DO is a pain medicine specialist in Astoria, OR. Dr. Baxter completed a residency at Chino Valley Medical Center. He currently practices at Baxter Family Medicine.

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  1. Baxter Family Medicine

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      Baxter Family Medicine
      10 Pier 1 Ste 301, Astoria, OR 97103 Existing Patients: (503) 741-3570


  • Chino Valley Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 2003
  • Drs Hospital Medical Centr Of Montclair, Internship Hospital — 2001

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