Dr. Schoenfeld accepts Aetna, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas and Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as many others.
Dr. Lawrence Schoenfeld, MD works in San Antonio, TX as
They are board certified in
- Jackson Memorial Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1976
- Presby-St Lukes Hosp, Residency Hospital — 1969
- Presby-St Lukes Hosp, Internship Hospital — 1968
- George Washington U, School of Medicine, Medical School — 1967
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
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Dr. Schoenfeld's office is located at 7703 Floyd Curl Dr San Antonio, TX 78229. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
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Dr. Schoenfeld has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 56 years.
University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio7703 Floyd Curl Dr, San Antonio, TX 78229 (210) 567-5555
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