Dr. David J. Orringer
Emergency Physician | Emergency Medical Services310 N Wilmot Road 206 Tucson AZ, 85711
Dr. David Orringer is an urgent care physician in Tucson, Arizona, licensed to practice in Arizona and California. Dr. Orringer grew up in Connecticut, and graduated from Dartmouth College. He completed a masters degree in marine biology in Rhode Island before attending medical school through the United States Air Force. Dr. Orringer trained in surgery before his assignment as Medical Director for Combat Search and Rescue in Tucson. Dr. Orringer completed a Masters of Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and has extensive experience in urgent care, preventive medicine and occupational medicine.
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