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Dr. Andrew Luks, MD

Dr. Andrew Luks, MD

Age 52 Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Diseases M

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(206) 858-9987

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Show number (206) 744-3200

Dr. Andrew Luks, MD is a cardiovascular & pulmonary disease specialist in Seattle, WA. He currently practices at Chest Clinic at Harborview and is affiliated with Harborview Medical Center. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Luks is board certified in Critical Care Medicine.


  1. Chest Clinic at Harborview

    1. 1
      Norm Maleng Building
      410 9th Ave N Fl 7, Seattle, WA 98109 (206) 744-3200


  • U Wash, Internship Hospital — 2004

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  • Harborview Medical Center
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