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Dr. Laurel Lipshutz, MD

Dr. Laurel Lipshutz, MD

Age 73 Psychiatry F
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Dr. Laurel Lipshutz, MD is a psychiatry specialist in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Lipshutz is board certified in Psychiatry.

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      170 S Independence Mall W Ste 642w, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 923-7851

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Excellent knowledge in medications as well as analysis, very available
RCA in Philadelphia, PA — Jan 28, 2016
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