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Friona Doctors

     
The following doctors are located in Friona, Texas. Please select a doctor in Friona to view the details.
Alexander, Robert S
1307 Cleveland
Friona, TX 79035-0000
Allison, Walter M
1307 Cleveland
Friona, TX 79035-0000
Cox, R H Jr
1307 Cleveland
Friona, TX 79035-0000
Dickson, Jeffrey S
1307 Cleveland
Friona, TX 79035-0000
Jubay, Felipe L Jr
1307 Cleveland
Friona, TX 79035-0000
Orme, Anthony L
1307 Cleveland
Friona, TX 79035-0000
Osborn, Joel C
1307 Cleveland
Friona, TX 79035-0000
Thomas, Fitzgerald M
1307 Cleveland
Friona, TX 79035-1121
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Premiums for employer-based health insurance rose by 9.2 percent in 2005, the fifth consecutive year of increases over 9 percent. All types of health plans -- including health maintenance organizations (HMOs), preferred provider organizations (PPOs) and point-of-service plans (POS) -- showed this increase.
 
 
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