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Dr. Maurilio Garcia-Gil, MD works in San Antonio, TX as
- University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences College of Medicine, Medical School
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
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I have been using San Antonio Urology for years past. My last interaction was in 2022 with Dr Hakim. Was advised to follow up on kidney stones and with life, family, Covid, etc. I put it off to the point as to the stone could not be easily cared for by Lithotripsy. Hakim referred me to Dr Garcia for a PCNL procedure. I saw Dr Garcia last part of 2022 and told him I would get back with him to follow up. Fast forward to March 2023 I was experiencing excruciating pain due to stones. Despite all near appointments being taken Dr Garcia was able to get me in for another evaluation/CT Scan and preliminary procedure done and then on 5/5/23 my PCNL done! Dr Garcia is compassionate, listens to the patient, informative and the list goes on! KUDOS to the DR! I would definitely recommend him and I’m very particular and sometimes overly inquisitive with a multitude of questions and the DR came through with all the right answers and performance we should all expect from our doctors!
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Dr. Garcia-Gil accepts Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, Blue Cross Blue Shield and Cigna as well as many others.
Dr. Garcia-Gil's office is located at 1303 McCullough Ave Ste 270 San Antonio, TX 78212. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
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Dr. Garcia-Gil is board certified in
- Methodist Hospital
- Baptist Medical Center
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