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Highland Doctors

     
The following doctors are located in Highland, Utah. Please select a doctor in Highland to view the details.
Biggs, Sean
10968 N Alpine Hway
Highland, UT 84003-0000
Bowcut, Don L
10968 N Alpine Hway
Highland, UT 84003-0000
Canfield, Charles
4748 Killarney Dr
Highland, UT 84003-9589
Carroll, Tyler S
10968 N Alpine Hway
Highland, UT 84003-0000
Codiga, Michael Alan
10968 N Alpine Hway
Highland, UT 84003-0000
Lawler, William F
5337 West 11000 North
Highland, UT 84003-0000
Pugh, Brenten C
10968 N Alpine Hway
Highland, UT 84003-0000
Slack, Robert W
10968 N Alpine Hway
Highland, UT 84003-0000
Springer, Karyn A
10968 N Alpine Hway
Highland, UT 84003-0000
Tefteller, Glenn
10968 N Alpine Hway
Highland, UT 84003-0000
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One half of workers in the lowest-compensation jobs and one-half of workers in mid-range-compensation jobs either had problems with medical bills in a 12-month period or were paying off accrued debt. One-quarter of workers in higher-compensated positions also reported problems with medical bills or were paying off accrued debt.
 
 
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