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Dr. Paul Rivas, MD

Dr. Paul Rivas, MD

Age 45 Bariatric Medicine M
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Dr. Paul Rivas, MD is a bariatric medicine specialist in Frederick, MD. Dr. Rivas completed a residency at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He currently practices at Rivas Medical Weight Loss and is affiliated with Greater Baltimore Medical Center.


  1. Rivas Medical Weight Loss

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      Rivas Medical Weight Loss
      55 Kensington Pkwy, Frederick, MD 21702 Existing Patients: (301) 662-9105




  • Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 1984
  • U Md, Residency Hospital — 1983
  • U Md, Internship Hospital — 1981

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