Karen K. Harrison, LCPC

Karen K. Harrison, LCPC in Kansas City, MO
8301 State Line Rd #216, Kansas City, MO 64114
(816) 523-4440

Contacts

Street address:
8301 State Line Rd #216

City / suburb:
Kansas City

County:
Platte

State:
Missouri

ZIP code:
64114

Phone:
(816) 523-4440

Contact name:
Karen Harrison

Contact title:
Owner

E-mail:
karen@karenharrison.net

GPS Longitude:
-88.8810142

GPS Latitude:
42.4937849

General information

Business data
Standard industrial classification code: 8049
City / suburb: Kansas City, MO
County: Platte
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According to our records, this business is located at 8301 State Line Rd #216 in Kansas City (in Platte County), Missouri 64114, the location GPS coordinates are: 42.4937849 (latitude), -88.8810142 (longitude). Karen K. Harrison, LCPC is categorized under Physical Therapists (SIC code 8049). Known organization owner is Karen Harrison. You can contact the company by phone at (816) 523-4440. Business website can be accessed at http://karenharrison.net.
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