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Dr. Timothy Soper, MD works in Fort Collins, CO as
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- University UT, Internship Hospital — 1993
- University of Iowa, Medical School — 1992
- University of Utah Health Sciences Center, Residency Hospital
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- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
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Dr. Soper accepts Aetna, Anthem and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as many others.
Dr. Soper's office is located at 2315 E Harmony Rd Ste 140 Fort Collins, CO 80528. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
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Yes, Dr. Soper speaks Spanish. See Dr. Soper's profile on MedicalNewsToday for more information.
Dr. Soper has a star rating of 2.7/5 and has been reviewed 19 times.
Dr. Soper is board certified in
Dr. Soper has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 31 years.
- Medical Center Of The Rockies
- Poudre Valley Hospital
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