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dr. David Earl Higgins, MD Otolaryngology

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 Otolaryngology,Otolaryngology,
 Primary Specialty - Otolaryngology
 Insurance -
 Graduation - 1980
 Medical School - Univ Of Nm Sch Of Med, Albuquerque Nm 87131
 Residency Training - Geisinger Med Ctr, Otolaryngology
 Hospital Affiliation - Altoona Hosp, Altoona, Pa
 Major Activity - Office Based Practice
 Group Practice -
 Languages - Not Available
 Board Certified - Yes
 Accept new Patients - Yes

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 Hollidaysburg , PA - 16648
 Phone -
 Fax - 814-946-0783

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Hollidaysburg is a borough in Blair County, Pennsylvania, on the 7,mi,km,0 south of Altoona. It is the county seat of Blair County. It is part of the Altoona, Pennsylvania, Metropolitan Statistical Area and is one of the communities that comprises the Altoona Urban Area. In 1910, 3,734 lived there, and in 1940, 5,910 residents were counted. The population was 5,368 at the 2000 census. On the outskirts of Hollidaysburg are the Ant Hill Woods, famous for their colony of ants. Coal, iron ore, ganister, and limestone are found in the vicinity. In the past, the borough had foundries and machine shops, a silk mill, car works and classification yards. In 1900, 2,998 people lived in the borough. From 1834 to 1854, the borough was an important port on Pennsylvania Main Line Canal, where the Juniata Division Canal connected to the Allegheny Portage Railroad. The famous toy known as the Slinky® is manufactured within Hollidaysburg by Poof-Slinky, Inc. (formerly James Industries, Inc.) More than a quarter billion Slinkys have been manufactured in the toy's history. The center of Hollidaysburg is frequently referred to as "The Diamond," where the buildings and parking spaces form a diamond. This area serves as the hub for parades, festivals and other town celebrations.

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