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    Internists in Sunnyvale


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    Business Listing   Camino Medical Group - Sunnyvale, CA - Phone: (408) 739-6000


    Business Listing   Lighthall Jean Md-Camino Medical Group - Sunnyvale, CA - Phone: (408) 730-4391


    Business Listing   Membreno Linda A Md-Camino Medical Group - Sunnyvale, CA - Phone: (408) 730-4210


    Business Listing   Striebel James Md-Camino Medical Group - Sunnyvale, CA - Phone: (408) 730-4350


    Business Listing   Strong Betsy Md-Camino Medical Group - Sunnyvale, CA - Phone: (408) 730-4360


    Business Listing   Vandevort Kurt Md-Camino Medical Group - Sunnyvale, CA - Phone: (408) 730-4270


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    Helpful Definition for: Internists


    The qualified physicians in Sunnyvale with postgraduate training in internal medicine are defined as internists. They should not be confused with "interns", who are doctors in their first year of residency training. Although internists may act as primary care physicians, yet it should not be assumed that they are "family physicians" "family practitioners" or "general practitioners". Their training is not solely concentrated on adult-treatments and may include surgery, obstetrics, and pediatrics. There are a number of Internists in Sunnyvale. But before consulting one of them, one must be certain of the choice by considering the professional career & reputation of the professional.

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