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Paul Terrence Moore, MD
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Clinic or Practice Name  4 Better Sleep
8722 Greenville Ave
Bldg E, Ste 102
TX, 75243

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Phone   (972) 272-6558
Fax   (214) 466-7220
Hours   Monday 07:30 AM - 02:00 PM
Thursday 07:30 AM - 04:00 PM
Additional Office  1105 North Central Expressway
Medical Building 2 Ste 2100
TX, 75013-6120

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Phone   (972) 272-6558
Fax   (972) 200-5111
Hours   Friday 08:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Age   55
Gender   Male
Specialties   Sleep Medicine, Neurology
Same Day Appointment?   No
Primary Hospital   Texas Health Allen
Practice Type   Solo
Practicing Since   1988
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  • American Express
  • Master Card
  • Visa
Internship   LAC-USC Medical Center
University of Miami Hospitals & Clinics

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