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Dr. Michael Brooks, DO

Dr. Michael Brooks, DO

Age 79 Addiction Psychiatry M
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Dr. Michael Brooks, DO is a addiction psychiatry specialist in Brighton, MI. He currently practices at Brighton Center for Recovery. He accepts multiple insurance plans.

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      Brighton Center for Recovery
      12851 Grand River Rd, Brighton, MI 48116 Existing Patients: (810) 227-1211

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  • At Still University Health Sciences/Kirksville College Of Osteopathic Medicine, Medical School

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  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
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