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Bayport Doctors

     
The following doctors are located in Bayport, New York. Please select a doctor in Bayport to view the details.
Behar, Jason R
671b Montauk Hwy
Bayport, NY 11705-1607
Cox-Steiner, Gary R
184 S Gillette Ave
Bayport, NY 11705-2229
Maggio, Gary A
671 Montauk Hwy
Bayport, NY 11705-1607
Mayer, Roberta
861 Montauk Hwy
Bay Port, NY 11705-1613
Mcauley, Lynne O
111 S Fairview Ave
Bayport, NY 11705-2209
Patel, Kalpana M
10 S.Snedecor Avenue
Bayport, NY 11705-2133
Patel, Mahendra A
10 S Snedecor Ave
Bayport, NY 11705-2133
Roche-Barnett, Robert A
581 Middle Rd
Bayport, NY 11705-1916
Stern, Christine B
671b Montauk Hwy
Bayport, NY 11705-1607
Stern, Daniel E
671-B Montauk Hwy
Bayport, NY 11705-0000
Tieman, Jill R
671 Montauk Hwy
Bayport, NY 11705-1607
Whelen, Barbara E
273 Snedecor Ave
Bayport, NY 11705-1768
White-Ruddy, Veronica
973 Montauk Hwy Ste C
Bayport, NY 11705-1602
 
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The percentage of Americans under age 65 whose family-level, out-of-pocket spending for health care, including health insurance, exceeds $2,000 a year rose from 37.3 percent in 1996 to 43.1 percent in 2003 - a 16 percent increase.
 
 
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