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Dr. Marvin McIntosh, MD

Dr. Marvin McIntosh, MD

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Dr. Marvin McIntosh, MD is a geriatric medicine specialist in Kansas City, KS. Dr. McIntosh completed a residency at St Joseph Mercy Oakland. He currently practices at Community Health & Wellness.

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  1. Community Health & Wellness

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      Community Health & Wellness
      1121 Quindaro Blvd, Kansas City, KS 66104 (913) 233-1733

Education

  • St Joseph Mercy Oakland, Residency Hospital
  • Medical College of Wisconisin, Other Education — 1998

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Was very professional. Actively listened to concerns & asked appropriate questions.
MIchael L. Snethen in Montreal, MO — May 11, 2016
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