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Dr. Steven Andrew Baker, MD PHD

Dr. Steven Andrew Baker, MD PHD

Clinical Pathology Physician • Male

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Dr. Steven Andrew Baker, MD PHD is a licensed Clinical Pathology Physician in Stanford, California. Dr. Baker has also previously completed training in and is licensed in Anatomic Pathology in the sta...

Provider Practice

300 Pasteur Dr Rm L235, Stanford, CA 94305 (650) 493-5000

    Pricemedic

    Pricing Score™

    Dr. Steven Andrew Baker, MD PHD at their organization has, on average, lower prices than 50% of Clinical Pathology Physician providers near Stanford, CA.

    85/100

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    About Me

    Dr. Steven Andrew Baker, MD PHD is a licensed Clinical Pathology Physician in Stanford, California. Dr. Baker has also previously completed training in and is licensed in Anatomic Pathology in the state of California. He has been providing care for more than 10 years.

    Clinical Pathology

    Utah

    no. 12366425-1205

    Anatomic Pathology

    California

    no. A139005

    Licensed since

    May 2, 2014

    Last updated by provider on

    October 19, 2021

    Disclaimers

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