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Dr. Michael Sarosdy, MD
Dr. Michael Sarosdy, MD works in San Antonio, TX as
He graduated from UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL SCHOOL AT SAN ANTONIO in 1977. Dr. Sarosdy has has worked on more claims relating to
- UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS MEDICAL SCHOOL AT SAN ANTONIO, Medical School — 1977
- Baylor Scott & White Health Plan
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Dr. Sarosdy is among the best doctors I have ever had, and I am 74 years old. He is straightforward but will answer any question I have. When you get to know him, he is kind as they come, and he is very skilled at what he does. I would highly recommend Dr. Sarosdy to anyone who needs a urologist.
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Dr. Sarosdy has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 46 years.
- Methodist Hospital
South Texas Urology
Brian Harle MD4499 Medical Dr Ste 218, San Antonio, TX 78229 (210) 615-3899
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