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Dr. Stephen Ruyle, MD
Dr. Stephen Ruyle, MD works in Denver, CO as
He graduated from Dartmouth Medical School in 1984. At present, Dr. Ruyle has received an average rating of 4.7 from patients and has been reviewed 10 times. He is affiliated with Swedish Medical Center. His office accepts new patients and has telehealth appointments. Dr. Ruyle practices at The Urology Center of Colorado in Denver, CO.
- Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School | Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School | Eastern Virginia Medical School, Residency Hospital — 1991
- Dartmouth Medical School, Medical School — 1984
- Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
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In fairness to Dr. Ruyle's office, based on a previous review. Dr Ruyle returned my call the next day so my message had been conveyed to him to some degree. Still, it would be nice to be able to leave a detailed voice message or have a patient portal to communicate directly with the doctor.
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Dr. Ruyle accepts telehealth appointments. See Dr. Ruyle's profile to make an appointment.
Dr. Ruyle accepts Aetna, Anthem and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as many others.
Dr. Ruyle's office is located at 2777 Mile High Stadium Cir Denver, CO 80211. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
Dr. Ruyle has a star rating of 4.7/5 and has been reviewed 10 times.
Dr. Ruyle has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 39 years.
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The Urology Center of Colorado
The Urology Center of Colorado2777 Mile High Stadium Cir, Denver, CO 80211 Existing Patients: (303) 825-8822
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