Dr. Nelly Mauras MD, Endocronologist (Pediatric)

Dr. Nelly Mauras MD

Endocronologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Endocrinology

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807 Childrens Way Nemours Childrens Cl Jacksonville FL, 32207
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5/5

About

Dr. Nelly Mauras is a pediatric endocrinologist practicing in Jacksonville, FL. Dr. Mauras specializes in growth, puberty, diabetes or other disorders related to hormones that produce certain conditions in children and growing young adults. Pediatric endocrinologists possess copious knowledge on hormone chemicals and how they can affect other parts of the body and their functions.

Education and Training

University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine 1981

Univ Of Pr Sch Of Med- San Juan Pr 1981

Board Certification

Pediatrics American Board of Pediatrics ABP - Pediatric Endocrinology

Provider Details

Female English 30 years of experience

Residency

  • Mayo Clinic College of Medicine (Arizona) Program

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. Nelly Mauras MD's Practice location

Practice At 807 Childrens Way

807 Childrens Way -
Jacksonville, FL 32207
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New patients: 904-390-3674, 904-390-3759
Fax: 904-384-6858, 904-390-3429

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