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Dr. Katherine Cockerill, MD
Dr. Katherine Cockerill, MD works in San Antonio, TX as
- UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL SCHOOL AT HOUSTON, Medical School
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
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Dr. Cockerill wasn't the specific Dr. that I scheduled my appt. for , but she came across as very professional , and set me at ease while this was the first time at an Urologist office . She took notes about my medical history , and specific symptoms that I have been experiencing . She than did a bit of a physical exam , including a prostate exam . There was something about her demeanor that set me at ease . This was the preliminary part of my visit , before I saw the Urologist I had scheduled .
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Dr. Cockerill accepts Aetna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas and Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as many others.
Dr. Cockerill's office is located at 18915 MEISNER DR San Antonio, TX 78258. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
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