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Dr. Mauer Biscotti M.D., Internist

Dr. Mauer Biscotti M.D.

Internist

(14)
602 Main St Pittston PA, 18641
Rating

4/5

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Dr. Mauer Biscotti is an internist practicing in Pittston, PA. Dr. Biscotti specializes in the medical treatment of adults. Internists can act as a primary physician or a consultant to a primary physician. They manage both common and rare diseases. Dr. Biscotti provides comprehensive care and manages treatment with surgeons as well. Internists establish long-term relationships with their patients and incorporate disease prevention and mental health care into their practice.

Education and Training

University Central Del Este MD

Provider Details

Male English 30 years of experience

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Dr. Mauer Biscotti M.D.'s Practice location

Dr. Harvey Detillier, DDS

602 Main St -
Pittston, PA 18641
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New patients: 570-655-2999, 570-655-2999
Fax: 570-457-6929, 570-655-3015, 570-655-3015

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Patient Experience with Dr. Biscotti


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