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Dr. Phillip Kibort, MD

Dr. Phillip Kibort, MD

Age 68 Pediatric Gastroenterology M
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Dr. Phillip Kibort, MD is a pediatric gastroenterology specialist in Saint Paul, MN. Dr. Kibort completed a residency at University of Minnesota. He currently practices at Children's Clinic. Dr. Kibort is board certified in Pediatric Gastroenterology.

Locations

  1. Children's Clinic

    1. 1
      Children's Clinic
      360 Sherman St, Saint Paul, MN 55102 Existing Patients: (651) 220-6700

Education

  • University of California-Los Angeles, Fellowship Hospital — 1982
  • University of Minnesota, Residency Hospital — 1980
  • University of Minnesota, Internship Hospital — 1979

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  • MultiPlan

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