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Dr. Lynn Coppage, MD

Dr. Lynn Coppage, MD

Age 65 Diagnostic Radiology F
Accepting New Patients


Dr. Lynn Coppage, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Tampa, FL. Dr. Coppage completed a residency at Duke University Med Center. She currently practices at Indian River Medical Center and is affiliated with Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Coppage is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.


  1. Indian River Medical Center

    1. 1
      Magnolia Campus
      12902 Usf Magnolia Dr, Tampa, FL 33612 Existing Patients: (813) 745-4673


  • Duke University Med Center, Residency Hospital
  • Yale University, Residency Hospital

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  • Accepts most major Health Plans. Please contact our office for details.

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  • Moffitt Cancer Center
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