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Dr. Theresa Pugh, MD

Dr. Theresa Pugh, MD

Age 45 Family Medicine F
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Dr. Theresa Pugh, MD is a family medicine specialist in Austin, TX. She currently practices at Jefferson Street Family Prac. Dr. Pugh is board certified in Family Practice.

Locations

  1. Jefferson Street Family Prac

    1. 1
      Jefferson Street Family Prac
      1101 W 40th St, Austin, TX 78756 Existing Patients: (512) 459-4147
  1. Central Family Practice

    1. 2
      Central Family Practice
      720 W 34th St Ste 105, Austin, TX 78705 Existing Patients: (512) 371-9260

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  • Virginia Commonwealth University School Of Medicine, Medical School

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  • MultiPlan

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