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Dr. Ann Testarmata, MD

Dr. Ann Testarmata, MD

Age 65 Emergency Medicine F


Dr. Ann Testarmata, MD is a emergency medicine specialist in Worcester, MA. Dr. Testarmata completed a residency at Brigham Womens Affil Prg. She currently practices at UMASS Memorial Medical Center and is affiliated with Cooley Dickinson Hospital. Dr. Testarmata is board certified in Emergency Medicine.


  1. UMASS Memorial Medical Center

    1. 1
      UMASS Memorial Medical Center
      119 Belmont St Ste J2, Worcester, MA 01605 Existing Patients: (508) 334-6251


  • Brigham Womens Affil Prg, Residency Hospital — 1984
  • Brigham Womens Affil Prg, Internship Hospital — 1982
  • University Of Massachusetts Medical School, Medical School — 1981

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  • Cooley Dickinson Hospital
  • Holy Family Hospital
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