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Dr. Ty Higuchi, MD
Dr. Ty Higuchi, MD works in Aurora, CO as
He is board certified in
- UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA / COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, Medical School — 2007
- Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
- Kaiser Permanente
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Dr. Higuchi himself is caring and honest and forthright, making my decisions easier. I have not yet had surgery by him but have been assured by others as well as my PCP that he is highly skilled, so I feel confident about him. (I am not a person who trusts doctors in general or specifically, so this is a stretch for me.) The only real negative is communication from the office or person who schedules surgeries. I had to keep contacting them to get information. They assure me they are responding on the portal, but if so, their responses are not showing up there.
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Dr. Higuchi accepts Aetna, Anthem and Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as many others.
Dr. Higuchi's office is located at 13123 E 16th Ave Aurora, CO 80045. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
Dr. Higuchi frequently sees patients for
Dr. Higuchi has a star rating of 3.8/5 and has been reviewed 10 times.
Dr. Higuchi is board certified in
Dr. Higuchi has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 16 years.
- UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central
- Uchealth Highlands Ranch Hospital
- UCHealth University of Colorado Hospital
Children's Hospital Colorado13123 E 16th Ave, Aurora, CO 80045 Existing Patients: (720) 777-3926
Uchealth Urology Clinic - Anschutz Medical Campus1635 Aurora Ct Fl 3, Aurora, CO 80045 Existing Patients: (720) 848-1800
Uchealth Cherry Creek North Surgery Center100 Cook St Ste 500, Denver, CO 80206 Existing Patients: (720) 516-3950
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