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Dr. Arun Rao, MD

Dr. Arun Rao, MD

Age 49 Geriatric Medicine M


Dr. Arun Rao, MD is a geriatric medicine specialist in Tinton Falls, NJ. Dr. Rao completed a residency at Umdnj R W Johnson Med School. He currently practices at Continuing Care At Seabrook. Dr. Rao is board certified in Geriatric Medicine.


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    1. 1
      Continuing Care At Seabrook
      3002 Essex Rd, Tinton Falls, NJ 07753 Existing Patients: (732) 643-1200
    2. 2
      Sbv Erickson Health Medi Group New Jersey
      3000 Essex Rd, Tinton Falls, NJ 07753 Existing Patients: (732) 643-2070




  • Umdnj R W Johnson Med School, Residency Hospital
  • UMDNJ--Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Medical School — 1997

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  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Humana

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