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Dr. Mary Bluntzer, MD

Dr. Mary Bluntzer, MD

Age 67 Internal Medicine F


Dr. Mary Bluntzer, MD is a internal medicine specialist in Dallas, TX. Dr. Bluntzer completed a residency at Presbyterian Hospital. She currently practices at DR. MARY BLUNTZER, MD. Dr. Bluntzer is board certified in Internal Medicine.


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      Dr. Mary Bluntzer, MD
      12810 Hillcrest Rd Ste B118, Dallas, TX 75230 Existing Patients: (972) 490-7800




  • Presbyterian Hospital, Residency Hospital
  • University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Medical School — 1983

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Dr Bluntzer is the best there is, no more caring doctors like her anymore !
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