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Dr. Christine Murphy, MD

Dr. Christine Murphy, MD

Age 72 Diagnostic Radiology F


Dr. Christine Murphy, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Murphy completed a residency at Emory U Affil Hosp. She currently practices at Breast Care Specialists. Dr. Murphy is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.


  1. Breast Care Specialists

    1. 1
      Breast Care Specialists
      975 Johnson Ferry Rd Ste 500, Atlanta, GA 30342 Existing Patients: (404) 255-8086
  1. Murphy, Christine H M

    1. 2
      Murphy, Christine H M
      1282 Wesley Pl Nw, Atlanta, GA 30327 Existing Patients: (404) 352-2397


  • Emory U Affil Hosp, Residency Hospital — 1978
  • University of Arkansas College of Medicine, Medical School — 1974

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