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Dr. Courtney Carter, MD

Dr. Courtney Carter, MD

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Dr. Courtney Carter, MD is a radiology specialist in Riverside, CA. Dr. Carter completed a residency at UCLA Medical Center. She currently practices at Online Radiology Medical Group, Inc. She accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Carter is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.


  1. Online Radiology Medical Group, Inc

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      Online Radiology Medical Group, Inc
      1770 Iowa Ave Ste 280, Riverside, CA 92507 Existing Patients: (951) 786-0801


  • UCSF, Fellowship Hospital
  • UCLA Medical Center, Residency Hospital
  • George Washington University Med Center, Medical School

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