TSAOG Orthopaedics & Spine
TSAOG Ridgewood

TSAOG Bids Farewell to Dr. Deborah Bergfeld

Unfortunately, TSAOG must bid a fond farewell to physical medicine and rehabilitation physician Dr. Deborah Bergfeld.  Dr. Bergfeld joined our practice last year and has been a welcome addition, but she has recently decided to transition her practice from outpatient care to inpatient and subacute care.  Her last day with TSAOG will be Friday, December 20th.

According to Dr. Bergfeld, “It has been a privilege to care for the patients here at TSAOG. I have appreciated the relationships I have made with the physicians of TSAOG and wish them continued success in providing excellence in care to their patients.

Current patients of Dr. Bergfeld will have the option of transferring their care to another TSAOG physician or any other physician of their choice. If you are a current patient with Dr. Bergfeld and have any questions about your medical records or continued care, please call our main office at (210) 804-5400.

Dr. Bergfeld will be missed and we wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors.

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