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Dr. Richard Augspurger, MD works in Denver, CO as
They are board certified in
- U Colo Med Ctr, Internship Hospital — 1974
- Ohio State University College of Medicine, Medical School — 1973
- OTTERBEIN COLLEGE, Undergraduate School
- University Of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Residency Hospital
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Asking me or anyone to review a doctor after one or two visits while having absolutely no educational foundation on which to judge the doctors "performance" can be misleading. I will pass on my personal experience but please take it with a grain of salt. I found Dr. Augspurger to be pleasant though, at the same time, direct & to the point. He took the time to explain details about my diagnosis that answered questions I wouldn't even have known to ask. So far I am impressed with his service.
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Dr. Augspurger's office is located at 2777 Mile High Stadium Cir Denver, CO 80211. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
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Dr. Augspurger has a star rating of 2.2/5 and has been reviewed 5 times.
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Dr. Augspurger has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 50 years.
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