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Dr. Bryan Cotton, MD

Dr. Bryan Cotton, MD

Age 51 Critical Care Surgery M
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Dr. Bryan Cotton, MD is a critical care surgery specialist in Nashville, TN. He currently practices at Vanderbilt Medical Group and is affiliated with Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical Center. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Cotton is board certified in Critical Care Surgery.

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      Vanderbilt Medical Group
      3601 TVC, Nashville, TN 37232 Existing Patients: (615) 322-3000

Education

  • Ross University, School Of Medicine, Medical School

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  • Anthem
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Hospital Affiliations

  • Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical Center
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