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Port Isabel Doctors

     
The following doctors are located in Port Isabel, Texas. Please select a doctor in Port Isabel to view the details.
Copeland, Kenneth J
103 Queen Isabella Blvd
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
Desai, Janak S
215 E Queen Isabella #104
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
Garcia, Juan M
202 2nd Street
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
Garcia, Stephanie H
202 2nd Street
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
Howard, Willard H III
1314 Harbor Is Drive
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
Lozano, Diana H
202 2nd Street
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
Torkildsen, William H
202 2nd Street
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
Ybarra, Richard J
202 2nd Street
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
Ziedonis, Jennifer E
202 2nd Street
Port Isabel, TX 78578-0000
 
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A recent study by Harvard University researchers found that the average out-of-pocket medical debt for those who filed for bankruptcy was $12,000. The study noted that 68 percent of those who filed for bankruptcy had health insurance. In addition, the study found that 50 percent of all bankruptcy filings were partly the result of medical expenses . Every 30 seconds in the United States someone files for bankruptcy in the aftermath of a serious health problem.
 
 
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