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Dr. Maureen Tedesco, MD

Dr. Maureen Tedesco, MD

General Surgery F
(4) 4 reviews
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Dr. Maureen Tedesco, MD is a general surgery specialist in Santa Clara, CA. and is affiliated with Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center. Dr. Tedesco is board certified in General Surgery.


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      710 Lawrence Expy Dept 286, Santa Clara, CA 95051 Existing Patients: (408) 851-2000



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Can I become a new patient? I have Medicare and Santa Clara Family Health. Call me: Frank 510 820-3186. I live in San Jose, close to your office
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