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Dr. David Rendleman, MD

Dr. David Rendleman, MD

Age 76 Orthopedic Surgery M
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Dr. David Rendleman, MD is a orthopedic surgery specialist in Raleigh, NC. Dr. Rendleman completed a residency at University of North Carolina Hospitals. He currently practices at Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic. Dr. Rendleman is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery.

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  1. Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic

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      Bone & Joint Surgery Clinic
      3410 Executive Dr, Raleigh, NC 27609 Existing Patients: (919) 872-5296

Education

  • University of North Carolina Hospitals, Residency Hospital — 1975
  • University of North Carolina Hospitals, Internship Hospital — 1971
  • University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Medical School — 1970

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