Roderick Santa Maria, MD
Concierge Medical Care in the heart of Boca Raton
CONCIERGE MEDICINE: YOU ARE A PRIORITY
SOUTH FLORIDA'S SOLUTION TO BETTER HEALTHCARE
LONGER APPOINTMENTS AND 24/7 DOCTOR ACCESS
Dr. Santa Maria is a concierge physician working in Boca Raton, FL. He works with all types of patients and specializes in cardiovascular disease treatment and prevention, nutrition, lipid management, weight control and chronic illness.
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