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Dr. Edmond Russ III, MD

Dr. Edmond Russ III, MD

Age 52 Diagnostic Radiology M


Dr. Edmond Russ III, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Pittsburgh, PA. He currently practices at UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH MODEL CENTER SAINT MARGARET and is affiliated with UPMC St. Margaret. Dr. Russ III is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.


  1. University of Pittsburgh Model Center Saint Margaret

    1. 1
      University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
      815 Freeport Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15215 Existing Patients: (412) 784-4000

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