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Published on January 18, 2016

Tri-County Internal Medicine & Pediatrics Physicians to Open New Practice Site in Hopkinton

Philip J. Ciaramicoli, Jr., President of Tri-County Medical Associates, is pleased to announce that David Carlson, MD and Stacey Beberman, MD have joined Tri-County’s physician staff. Both physicians are board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics, where they are able to treat patients from birth to elder years. They will see patients at Tri-County’s newest practice site, Hopkinton Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, scheduled to open in Spring 2016 in Hopkinton, MA. Both physicians are currently seeing patients at their temporary location: 77 West Main Street, Suite 204, Hopkinton, MA.

Drs. Carlson and Beberman both received their medical degrees from the University of Massachusetts Medical School located in Worcester, MA. Both physicians completed their internal medicine and pediatrics residencies UMass Memorial Medical Center also in Worcester, MA.
Both physicians are accepting new patients. For more information or to schedule an appointment please call (508) 435-5936.


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