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Dr. Dana Landry, MD

Dr. Dana Landry, MD

Age 35 Emergency Medicine F


Dr. Dana Landry, MD is a emergency medicine specialist in Fort Worth, TX. She currently practices at Texas Physician Resources and is affiliated with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Rockwall. Dr. Landry is board certified in Emergency Medicine.


  1. Texas Physician Resources

    1. 1
      Addiction Medicine Associates
      6451 Brentwood Stair Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76112 Existing Patients: (817) 469-9700


  • Louisiana State University / School of Medicine In New Orleans, Medical School — 2013

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