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Dr. Amer Ardati, MD

Dr. Amer Ardati, MD

Age 41 Cardiology M


Dr. Amer Ardati, MD is a cardiology specialist in Chicago, IL. He currently practices at Jesse Brown VA Cardiology and is affiliated with University Of Illinois Hospital. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Ardati is board certified in Cardiovascular Disease.


  1. Jesse Brown VA Cardiology

    1. 1
      Jesse Brown Va Medical Center
      820 S Damen Ave, Chicago, IL 60612 (312) 869-8387

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  • Aetna
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  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Coventry Health Care
  • First Health (Coventry Health Care)
  • HAP Insurance
  • HealthLink
  • Sagamore Health Network

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Hospital Affiliations

  • University Of Illinois Hospital
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