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Dr. Michael Stan Findley M.D.

Geriatrician | Geriatric Medicine

(13)
851 N Loop 340 Waco TX, 76705
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3/5

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Dr. Michael Findley practices Geriatric Medicine in Waco, TX. Geriatricians prevent, manage, and develop care plans that address the special health problems of the elderly. Dr. Findley works as part of a team with other healthcare providers, to address the natural aging that goes on within the body and to manage multiple medical problems and ensure social support.

Education and Training

Tx Tech Univ Hlth Sci Ctr Sch of Med, Lubbock Tx 1982

Board Certification

Family Medicine American Board of Family Medicine ABFM

Provider Details

Male English

Residency

  • Naval Hosp-Camp Pendleton, Family Medicine

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. Michael Stan Findley M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 851 N Loop 340

851 N Loop 340 -
Waco, TX 76705
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New patients: 409-839-8900, 409-839-8900
Fax: 409-835-3902, 409-835-3902

2280 MARCOLA RD -
SPRINGFIELD, OR 97477
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New patients: 541-747-4300
Fax: 541-284-5534

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Patient Experience with Dr. Findley


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