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Dr. Natalie Esparza, MD works in Oklahoma City, OK as
- So Il University School Of Med, Residency Hospital
- St John'S Hospital, Residency Hospital
- Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Community Care Network
- First Health
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Dr. Esparza is always thorough and has an excellent bedside manner. She ensures proper testing is administered as needed and treatment if necessary.
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Dr. Esparza accepts Aetna, Anthem and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma as well as many others.
Dr. Esparza's office is located at 11000 Hefner Pointe Dr Oklahoma City, OK 73120. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
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Dr. Esparza has a star rating of 2.2/5 and has been reviewed 32 times.
Dr. Esparza is board certified in
- Integris Baptist Medical Center
- Integris Health Edmond
- Ssm Health Saint Anthony Hospital Shawnee
Urology Associates11000 Hefner Pointe Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73120 (405) 749-9655
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