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Dr. Richard Collier, MD

Dr. Richard Collier, MD

Age 74 Bariatric Surgery M
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Dr. Richard Collier, MD is a bariatric surgery specialist in Conroe, TX. Dr. Collier completed a residency at Baptist Memorial Hospital. He currently practices at Richard E Collier MD.

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  1. Richard E Collier MD

    1. 1
      Richard E Collier, MD
      1501 River Pointe Dr Ste 150, Conroe, TX 77304 Existing Patients: (936) 539-5566
    2. 2
      Richard E Collier, MD
      17198 St Lukes Way Ste 450, The Woodlands, TX 77384 Existing Patients: (936) 441-0107

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  • Baptist Memorial Hospital, Residency Hospital
  • University Of Tennessee Health Science Center College Of Medicine, Medical School — 1972

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