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Dr. Richard Mendelssohn M.D., Emergency Physician

Dr. Richard Mendelssohn M.D.

Emergency Physician

(5)
16414 San Pedro Ave Suite 200 San Antonio TX, 78232
Rating

3/5

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Dr. Richard Mendelssohn practices Emergency Medicine in San Antonio, TX. Dr. Mendelssohn assesses patients who seek immediate medical attention at any time of day or night. Emergency Medicine Physicians are trained to efficiently work with each patient and situation no matter how acute or life-threatening. Dr. Mendelssohn examines patients, determines means of testing, diagnoses conditions, and decides the best treatment methods.

Education and Training

Tel Aviv Univ- Sackler Fac Of Med- Tel Aviv- Israel 1998

Board Certification

Emergency Medicine American Board of Emergency Medicine ABEM

Provider Details

Male English

Residency

  • Univ Of Ct Sch Of Med, Emergency Medicine

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. Richard Mendelssohn M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 16414 San Pedro Ave Suite 710

16414 San Pedro Ave -
San Antonio, TX 78232
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Fax: 210-499-0003

Richard Mendelssohn

1111 Morgans Peak -
San Antonio, TX 78258
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New patients: 210-573-1533

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