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Dr. Christian Heinis, MD

Dr. Christian Heinis, MD

Age 52 Emergency Medicine M
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Dr. Christian Heinis, MD is a emergency medicine specialist in Worcester, MA. Dr. Heinis completed a residency at Kch. He currently practices at UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS MEMORIAL MEDICAL CENTER and is affiliated with Day Kimball Hospital. Dr. Heinis is board certified in Emergency Medicine.


  1. University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center

    1. 1
      University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center
      55 Lake Ave N, Worcester, MA 01655 Existing Patients: (508) 793-6555


  • Kch, Residency Hospital — 2004

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