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Dr. Malcolm Schwartz, DO

Dr. Malcolm Schwartz, DO

Age 78 Pediatric Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism M
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Dr. Malcolm Schwartz, DO is a pediatric endocrinology, diabetes & metabolism specialist in Long Branch, NJ. Dr. Schwartz completed a residency at Grandview Hospital.


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      133 Pavilion Ave, Long Branch, NJ 07740 Existing Patients: (732) 923-1170




  • Grandview Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1970

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Dr. Schwartz treated me when I was diagnosed at the age of 16. I'm 32 now and no longer go to him. He was hands down the best doctor I have ever been to. Very attentive, professional, and you can tell he really cares. In the 5 years that he was my doctor, he had my diabetes completely understand control and he saved my life. I absolutely recommend him.
Jonathan Fontes in Kearny, nj — Aug 06, 2016
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