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Kurt Charles Lange, MD
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Clinic or Practice Name  Digestive Health Associates of Texas, P.A.
9330 Poppy Drive,
Ste 501
Dallas
TX, 75218

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Phone   (214) 327-2727
Fax   (214) 327-1394
Additional Office  341 Wheatfield Drive
Ste 100
Sunnyvale
TX, 75182

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Phone   (972) 329-1996
Age   54
Gender   Male
Specialty   Gastroenterology
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Same Day Appointment?   No
Primary Hospital   Texas Health Dallas
Secondary Hospital   Texas Health Rockwall
Practice Type   Group
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Medical Education   UT Southwestern Medical Center - Rad
Residency   UT Southwestern Medical Center-MED
Fellowship   UT Southwestern Medical Center - Rad
URL   www.dhat.com

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