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Dr. Amit Arora, MD

Dr. Amit Arora, MD

Age 39 Cardiothoracic Surgery M
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Dr. Amit Arora, MD is a cardiothoracic surgery specialist in New York, NY. He currently practices at MOUNT SINAI HOSPITAL and is affiliated with Christ Hospital. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Arora is board certified in General Surgery.

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  1. Mount Sinai Hospital

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      Mount Sinai Hospital
      1190 5th Ave, New York, NY 10029 Existing Patients: (212) 241-9119

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  • Aetna
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  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
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  • Humana
  • MultiPlan

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Hospital Affiliations

  • Christ Hospital
  • Mercy Health - Springfield Regional Medical Center
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