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Dr. Lisa Roark, MD

Dr. Lisa Roark, MD

Age 40 Family Medicine F
(12) 12 reviews


Dr. Lisa Roark, MD is a family medicine specialist in Cassville, MO. She currently practices at Ozark Trico Hlth Cr - Cassville Clinic. Dr. Roark is board certified in Family Practice.


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      Ozark Trico Hlth Cr - Cassville Clinic
      1101 Main St, Cassville, MO 65625 Existing Patients: (417) 847-1111

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I have been a patient of Dr. Roark's for about two years. She assessed all of my physical concerns, arranged for appropriate tests and labs, and clearly explained all of the results of tests. I live in Marion, Kansas and am proud to have Dr. Roark as my primary care physician.
Carol Miesse — Feb 20, 2020
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