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1405 South County Trail in East Greenwich
Butler Drive | Dudley Street | East Greenwich | Middletown
1405 South County Trail, Building 5
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Directions to our office at 1405 South County Trail, Building 5, in East Greenwich:
From the North on I-95S
Take I-95S to exit 8, Quaker Lane/Route 2
Bear right at fork and merge onto Route 2 South
Go straight through one set of traffic lights and Greenwich Medical Center and Office Park will be ahead about ½ mile on the right.
From the South on I-95N
Take I-95N to exit 8A, Route 2 S
Merge onto Route 2 S, and go straight through one set of traffic lights.
The Greenwich Medical Center and Office Park will be approximately ½ mile ahead on the right.
From the South on Route 4
Take Route 4 N to exit 8B, East Greenwich/Division St/Route 401
Merge onto Division St./Route 401, go straight through two traffic lights, approximately ½ mile.
Turn left at the third light onto South County Trail/Route 2.
The Greenwich Medical Center and Office Park will be approximately 1/3 mile ahead on the right.
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Doctors at this Location:
Manuel F. Dasilva, MD
Richard Limbird, MD
Craig P. Eberson, MD
Mark Palumbo, MD
Neha Raukar, MD
Lee E. Rubin, MD
John Froehlich, MD
Patricia Solga, MD
Andrew Green, MD
Richard Terek, MD
Michael J. Hulstyn, MD
Randall L. Updegrove, MD
Julia A. Katarincic, MD
Thomas Bliss, MD
Hand Therapy Services are provided at our Dudley Street, Butler and East Greenwich offices.
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