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Dr. Edward Fahy, MD

Dr. Edward Fahy, MD

Age 73 Pediatrics M
(5) 5 reviews

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(253) 444-2397

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Show number (360) 895-5090

Dr. Edward Fahy, MD is a pediatrics specialist in Port Orchard, WA. Dr. Fahy completed a residency at U NM Hosps. He currently practices at Group Health Port Orchard Medical Center (North Team) and is affiliated with St. Joseph Medical Center. Dr. Fahy is board certified in Pediatrics.


  1. Group Health Port Orchard Medical Center (North Team)

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      Group Health Port Orchard Medical Center (North Team)
      1400 Pottery Ave, Port Orchard, WA 98366 Existing Patients: (360) 895-5090


  • U NM Hosps, Residency Hospital — 1980

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  • St. Joseph Medical Center

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Dr. Fahy frequently treats Acute Laryngitis, Acute Upper Respiratory Infection, and Cough.