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Dr. Charles Qianli, MA

Dr. Charles Qianli, MA

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Dr. Charles Qianli, MA is a cardiothoracic surgery specialist in New York, NY. He currently practices at NYU Schl Med Cardiothoracic Sgy.

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  1. NYU Schl Med Cardiothoracic Sgy

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      Heart Valve Center
      530 1st Ave Ste 9v, New York, NY 10016 Existing Patients: (212) 263-7427


  • University of Miami / School of Medicine, Medical School — 2016

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