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LAWPOINTS 17
David B. Brown (2.4 miles)
General Practice
6554 Jacksonville Stage Rd,
West Halifax, VT 05358, Windham County
LAWPOINTS 17
Laura M. Philipps (4.0 miles)
General Practice
208 Perry Rd,
Brattleboro, VT 05301, Windham County
LAWPOINTS 16
Gregg Joseph Orifici (2.5 miles)
General Practice
114 Stowe Mountain Rd,
West Halifax, VT 05358, Windham County
LAWPOINTS 12
Cara M. Cheyette (1.9 miles)
General Practice
Jacksonville, VT 05342, Windham County
LAWPOINTS 12
Dana M. Friedman (3.5 miles)
General Practice
Town Hill Road,
Whitingham, VT 05361, Windham County
LAWPOINTS 7
Susan D. Pinder (1.9 miles)
General Practice
Jacksonville, VT 05342, Windham County

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