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Dr. Anisa Yalom, MD

Dr. Anisa Yalom, MD

Age 43 Orthopedic Hand Surgery F

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(310) 954-1213

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Show number (844) 627-4763

Dr. Anisa Yalom, MD is a orthopedic hand surgery specialist in San Diego, CA. She currently practices at Sharp Rees Stealy Medical Grp, Inc and is affiliated with Saint Agnes Medical Center.


New Patient? (310) 954-1213
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      Sharp Rees Stealy Medical Grp, Inc
      8901 Activity Rd, San Diego, CA 92126 Call
      Existing Patients: (844) 627-4763
      New Patients:
      (310) 954-1213


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Love Anisa Yalom. Absolutely the best, most empathetic surgeon.
Bruce Leshan — Sep 18, 2019
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  • Saint Agnes Medical Center
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