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Queens Vlg Doctors

     
The following doctors are located in Queens Vlg, New York. Please select a doctor in Queens Vlg to view the details.
Beg, Mirza M
8836 Sabre St
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-2726
Cao, Ning
8012 212th St
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-1015
Charles, Antoine V
20809 Hillside Ave
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-1711
Chin, Ching T
8045 Winchester Blvd Bldg
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-2199
Eshraghi, Nazila
22036 Hartland Ave
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-1228
Ginsberg, Steven J
218-11 Jamaica Ave
Queens Vlg, NY 11428-2124
Sanon, L Paul
20611 Hillside Ave
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-1709
Shah, Nisha
8957 221st St
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-2507
Sim, Milagros M
11218 Springfield Blvd
Queens Vlg, NY 11429-2650
Taylor, Stuart
8045 Winchester Blvd
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-2199
Thai, Phong A
9301 218th St
Queens Vlg, NY 11428-1834
Wietschner, Marc E
20801 Hillside Ave
Queens Vlg, NY 11427-1711
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Underuse of care is sometimes a greater problem than overuse. Patients do not receive recommended care (as prescribed in national medical specialty guidelines) about 46 percent of the time. Another 11 percent of patients receive care that is not recommended and potentially harmful, according to practice guidelines .
 
 
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