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Dr. Kent M Hatfield DO

Family Practitioner

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3331 E BASELINE RD GILBERT AZ, 85234
Rating

3/5

About

Dr. Kent Hatfield is a family practitioner practicing in GILBERT, AZ. Dr. Hatfield specializes in comprehensive health care for people of all ages. In addition to diagnosing and treating illnesses, family practitioners also put focus on preventative care with routine checkups, tests and personalized coaching on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Hatfield possesses immense general knowledge on maintaining health and today, family practitioners provide more care for the underserved and rural populations than any other medical specialty.

Education and Training

College Of Osteopathic Med Of The Pacifiic 1990

Provider Details

Male English

Residency

  • Mesa General Hospital

Dr. Kent M Hatfield DO's Practice location

3331 E BASELINE RD -
GILBERT, AZ 85234
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New patients: 480-964-1600
Fax: 480-833-7640

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