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Dr. Robert Green, MD

Dr. Robert Green, MD

Age 70 Family Medicine M
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Dr. Robert Green, MD is a family medicine specialist in Pittsburgh, PA. He currently practices at Preferred Primary Care Phys Inc. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Green is board certified in Family Practice.

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  1. Preferred Primary Care Phys Inc

    1. 1
      Preferred Primary Care Physicians Inc
      300 Fleet St Ste 100, Pittsburgh, PA 15220 Existing Patients: (412) 920-0400

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  • Amerihealth
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  • Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

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