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Physicians & Surgeons


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Business Listing   Alfano Ronald D MD - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-1711


Business Listing   Brandt Stephen R MD - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-1412


Business Listing   Caffey Taylor D Dr - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-8137


Business Listing   Caffey Taylor D Md-Pa Dr - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-2601


Business Listing   Center for Counseling & Human Development - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-7704


Business Listing   Chandler Connie A MD - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-5116


Business Listing   Connie Richardson MD - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-4803


Business Listing   Conrad Chiropractic - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-7576


Business Listing   Cromer-Tyler Robbin MD - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-1997


Business Listing   Crosby-Denney Vision Center - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-9396


Business Listing   Dale Medical Center - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-7572


Business Listing   Health First - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-6400


Business Listing   Lowery's Automotive - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-3058


Business Listing   Ozark Foot Care Center - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-2634


Business Listing   Ozark One Hour Optical Inc - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-4703


Business Listing   Ozark Specialty - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-5005


Business Listing   Physician RX Assistance - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-0748


Business Listing   Statmed - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-7610


Business Listing   Thompson Family Chiropractic - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-2525


Business Listing   Wiregrass Radiological Consultants - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 774-6532


Business Listing   Wood Charles A MD - Ozark, AL - Phone: (334) 445-2410


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Helpful Definition for: Physicians & Surgeons

Physicians and surgeons are associated with the medical profession and are responsible for providing medical treatment to patients. Both physicians and surgeons in Ozark are registered doctors who carry out the diagnosis of various diseases and provide cure to the illness. Physicians in Ozark generally undergo specialization in different areas of treatment like heart, primary care, pediatrics, etc. The surgeons in Ozark need to specialize in particular treatment areas more than the physicians, as they are involved with surgical procedures to fix malfunctioning systems of the human body.

Physicians and surgeons in Ozark are associated with hospitals and health care organizations. Often, physicians refer their patients to surgeons in cases which may require surgery for getting cured.

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