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Dr. Randall Singleton, MD
Dr. Randall Singleton, MD works in San Antonio, TX as
He is board certified in
- Southwestern Medical School, Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Tx, Residency Hospital — 1973
- Southwestern Medical School, Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Internship Hospital — 1971
- UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA / HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER, Medical School — 1968
- University Of Oklahoma College Of Medicine, Medical School — 1968
- University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, Undergraduate School — 1966
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Probably the best urologist in San Antonio. He came highly recommended from my kidney Dr. Mulgrew
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Dr. Singleton has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 55 years.
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Urology San Antonio
Urology San Antonio7909 Fredericksburg Rd Ste 120, San Antonio, TX 78229 (210) 614-4544
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