Behavioral Health Consultation for Coronary Heart Disease

  • Richard P. Schobitz
  • Laura L. Bauer
  • Erik P. Schobitz


Primary Care Coronary Heart Disease Smoking Cessation Primary Care Physician Behavioral Health 


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  • Richard P. Schobitz
  • Laura L. Bauer
  • Erik P. Schobitz

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