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Dr. Robert L. Oksenholt D.O.

Pulmonologist | Pulmonary Disease

825 Nw Highway 101 Lincoln City OR, 97367



Dr. Robert Oksenholt practices Pulmonology in Lincoln City, OR. A pulmonologist is a physician who possesses specialized knowledge and skill in the diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary conditions and diseases. Dr. Oksenholt manages patients who need life support and mechanical ventilation, and is specially trained in diseases and conditions of the chest, particularly pneumonia, asthma, tuberculosis, emphysema, and complicated chest infections.

Education and Training

Univ of Hlth Sci, Coll of Osteo Med, Kansas City Mo 1982

Board Certification

Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM- Critical Care Medicine

Provider Details

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  • Or Hlth Sci Univ Hosp, Geriatric Medicine-Internal Medicine; Univ Of Pittsburgh Med Ctr, Critical Care Medicine-Internal Medicine; Ny Medical College, Internal Medicine; Kettering Med Ctr, Internal Medicine

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Dr. Robert L. Oksenholt D.O.'s Practice location

Practice At 825 Nw Highway 101

825 Nw Highway 101 -
Lincoln City, OR 97367
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