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Dr. Crumpton Spence, MD

Dr. Crumpton Spence, MD

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Dr. Crumpton Spence, MD works in San Antonio, TX as an Urology Specialist and has 59 years experience.

They graduated from University Of Texas Medical Branch At Galveston in 1964. They are accepting new patients. Dr. Spence practices at Urology San Antonio in San Antonio, TX.


  • University Of Texas Medical Branch At Galveston, Medical School — 1964
  • University of Texas El Paso, Undergraduate School — 1960



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Dr. Spence's office is located at 7909 Fredericksburg Rd Ste 125 San Antonio, TX 78229. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.

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Dr. Spence has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 59 years.


  1. Urology San Antonio

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      7909 Fredericksburg Rd Ste 125, San Antonio, TX 78229 (210) 614-4544

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