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Dr. Victor Vines, MD

Dr. Victor Vines, MD

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Dr. Victor Vines, MD is a addiction medicine specialist in Grand Prairie, TX. Dr. Vines completed a residency at St Paul Med Center. He currently practices at Serenity View - Meadows Behavioral Healthcare.


  1. Serenity View - Meadows Behavioral Healthcare

    1. 1
      Community Based Services
      1171 107th St, Grand Prairie, TX 75050 Existing Patients: (817) 679-3700




  • St Paul Med Center, Residency Hospital — 1988
  • Texas Tech University, Undergraduate School — 1980

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