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Dr. Duane Fredericks, MD

Dr. Duane Fredericks, MD

Age 55 Bariatric Medicine M
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Dr. Duane Fredericks, MD is a bariatric medicine specialist in New York, NY. He currently practices at NYU Langone Weight Management Program and is affiliated with Englewood Hospital And Medical Center.


  1. NYU Langone Weight Management Program

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      New York University Langone Medical Center
      530 1st Ave Ste 10s, New York, NY 10016 Existing Patients: (212) 263-7302

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  • Englewood Hospital And Medical Center
  • Holy Name Medical Center
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