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Dr. Bakri Kulla, MD

Dr. Bakri Kulla, MD

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Dr. Bakri Kulla, MD is a infectious disease specialist in Norfolk, VA. He currently practices at Evms-department of Internal Medicine.

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      Evms-department of Internal Medicine
      825 Fairfax Ave Ste 410, Norfolk, VA 23507 Existing Patients: (757) 446-7934
  1. EVMS Infectious Disease

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      Eastern Va Medical School
      825 Fairfax Ave Fl 5, Norfolk, VA 23507 Existing Patients: (757) 446-8999

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A great physician, has an outstanding medical knowledge.
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