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Dr. Benjamin Coleman, DO

Dr. Benjamin Coleman, DO

Age 40 Diagnostic Radiology M
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Dr. Benjamin Coleman, DO is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Detroit, MI. He currently practices at Harper University Hospital and is affiliated with Northwest Medical Center.

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      Harper University Hospital
      3990 John R St, Detroit, MI 48201
  1. Catalina Radiology

    1. 2
      Tucson Surgical Associates PC
      1980 W Hospital Dr Ste 204, Tucson, AZ 85704 Existing Patients: (520) 547-0433

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  • Midwestern University / Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine / Midwestern University, Medical School — 2011

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  • Anthem
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Hospital Affiliations

  • Northwest Medical Center
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