Dr. Ilene B Spitzer, MD



Adolescent Psychiatry & Pediatric Psychiatry     -  New Hampshire,  Portsmouth

 Overview

Dr. Ilene B Spitzer, MD works in Portsmouth, New Hampshire is a specialist in Adolescent Psychiatry & Pediatric Psychiatry and graduated Northwestern University The Feinberg School Of Medicine in 1986. Dr. Spitzerand practicing for 31 years

 Experience and Qualifications

 Specialties

  • Adolescent Psychiatry & Pediatric Psychiatry

 Years Since Graduation

  • 31

 State License

  • New Hampshire

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 Education & Training

Medical School


Northwestern University The Feinberg School Of Medicine

Chicago, IL, United States

Graduated: 1986

Residency Hospital


C F Menninger Mem Hospital




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 Office Locations


Primary location

 Office Address

230 Lafayette Road
New Hampshire (NH)
Portsmouth,
3801

  (603) 431-0222

Accepting New Patients

  • No
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 Map & Directions



Office Address, 230 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth, New Hampshire (NH), 3801



230 Lafayette Road, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 3801


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