Joseph Frjelich, - in Apo, AE

Joseph Frjelich, is a Physician Assistant based in Apo, Armed Forces Europe. Joseph Frjelich is licensed to practice in * (Not Available) (license number ) and his current practice location is Hq Meddac Bavaria, Unit 28037 Bldg 700, Apo, Armed Forces Europe. He can be reached at his office (for appointments etc.) via phone at (314) 590-2368.

NPI number for Joseph Frjelich is 1013373323 and his current mailing address is Hq Meddac Bavaria, Unit 28037 Bldg 700, Apo, Armed Forces Europe. He does not participate in medicare program and thus does not accept medicare assignments. His NPI Number is 1013373323.

Contact Information

Joseph Frjelich,
Hq Meddac Bavaria, Unit 28037 Bldg 700,
Apo, AE 09112
(314) 590-2368
Not Available

Healthcare Provider's Profile

Full NameJoseph Frjelich
SpecialityPhysician Assistant
LocationHq Meddac Bavaria, Apo, Armed Forces Europe
Accepts Medicare AssignmentsDoes not participate in Medicare Program. He may not accept medicare assignment.
  NPI Data:
  • NPI Number: 1013373323
  • Provider Enumeration Date: 01/04/2016
  • Last Update Date: 04/06/2022

Medical Identifiers

Medical identifiers for Joseph Frjelich such as npi, medicare ID, medicare PIN, medicaid, etc.

Medical Taxonomies and Licenses

TaxonomyTypeLicense (State)Status
225100000XPhysical Therapist 070.021481 (Illinois)Secondary
363A00000XPhysician Assistant (* (Not Available))Primary

Medicare Part D Prescriber Enrollment

Any physician or other eligible professional who prescribes Part D drugs must either enroll in the Medicare program or opt out in order to prescribe drugs to their patients with Part D prescription drug benefit plans. Joseph Frjelich is NOT enrolled with medicare and thus cannot prescribe medicare part D drugs to patients with medicare part D benefits.

Mailing Address and Practice Location

Mailing AddressPractice Location Address
Joseph Frjelich,
Hq Meddac Bavaria, Unit 28037 Bldg 700,
Apo, AE 09112

Ph: () -
Joseph Frjelich,
Hq Meddac Bavaria, Unit 28037 Bldg 700,
Apo, AE 09112

Ph: (314) 590-2368

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