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Dr. Cathy Tyma, MD

Dr. Cathy Tyma, MD

Age 64 Diagnostic Radiology F
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Dr. Cathy Tyma, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Tyma completed a residency at North Shore University Hospital. She currently practices at UPMC ST MARGARET. Dr. Tyma is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.

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  1. Upmc St Margaret

    1. 1
      Upmc St Margaret
      300 Halket St Rm 3130, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Existing Patients: (412) 641-1635

Education

  • U Colo Hlth Scis Ctr, Fellowship Hospital
  • North Shore University Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1987
  • Worcester Meml Hosp, Internship Hospital — 1984
  • Medical College Penn, Medical School — 1983

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