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My doctor of 25 years is great, but I wonder when he will retire. What is best age for internist?
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Dr. Richard Bensinger
Ophthalmology
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In brief: 62 and up
Most internists, who have a very satisfying but strenuous life, will retire in the early sixties.
If you have a terrific relationship with your internist, stick with him/her until that happens and then get their advice on who to go to next.

In brief: 62 and up
Most internists, who have a very satisfying but strenuous life, will retire in the early sixties.
If you have a terrific relationship with your internist, stick with him/her until that happens and then get their advice on who to go to next.
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