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Dr. Brian Slater, MD

Dr. Brian Slater, MD

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Dr. Brian Slater, MD is a pain medicine specialist in Washington, PA. He currently practices at Advanced Anesthesiology and is affiliated with Washington Hospital. He accepts multiple insurance plans.


  1. Advanced Anesthesiology

    1. 1
      Advanced Anesthesiology
      100 Trich Dr Ste 4, Washington, PA 15301 Existing Patients: (724) 582-4411


  • University of Pittsburgh / Main Campus, Medical School — 2010

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  • Cigna
  • Coventry Health Care
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  • UPMC

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Kind and caring and gets to the root of the problem
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