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Dr. Bernole Batenga, MD

Dr. Bernole Batenga, MD

Age 36 Internal Medicine M
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Dr. Bernole Batenga, MD is a internal medicine specialist in Akron, OH. Dr. Batenga completed a residency at Summa Health System/Northeast Ohio Medical University. He currently practices at Stow Internist and is affiliated with Reid Health. Dr. Batenga is board certified in Internal Medicine.


  1. Stow Internist

    1. 1
      Summa Health System
      55 Arch St, Akron, OH 44304 (330) 375-3315


  • Summa Health System/Northeast Ohio Medical University, Residency Hospital — 2016

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