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Dr. Douglas Salmon MD

Cardiovascular Disease Physicians in Austin, TX

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Dr. Douglas Salmon specializes in cardiovascular disease, internal medicine in Austin, Texas.

Dr. Douglas Salmon has been compared 117 times. Details of Dr. Salmon's 35 years experience as an MD and education at University of Arizona are available on your free doctor report.

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Dr. Douglas Salmon
4007 James Casey St
Suite D250
Austin, TX 78745

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Dr. Douglas Salmon has an average rating of 4 stars (out of 5) with a rating of Very Good based on 4 reviews.


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Education

Dr. Salmon attended medical school at University of Arizona College of Medicine and graduated in 1979 having 35 years experience.

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