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Dr. Adam Abdulally, MD

Dr. Adam Abdulally, MD

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Dr. Adam Abdulally, MD is a sports medicine specialist in Weirton, WV. He currently practices at Medexpress Urgent Care -weirton. Dr. Abdulally is board certified in Family Practice.

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      Medexpress Urgent Care -weirton
      218 Three Springs Dr, Weirton, WV 26062 Existing Patients: (304) 723-3627
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      Amir Bacchus MD Ltd-easy Care Clinic-boulder Hwy
      4895 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV 89121 Existing Patients: (702) 435-1411

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  • Drexel University, Medical School — 2011

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