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Dr. Elie Hatem, MD

Dr. Elie Hatem, MD

Age 42 Critical Care Medicine M
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Dr. Elie Hatem, MD is a critical care medicine specialist in Staten Island, NY. He currently practices at Staten Island University Hospital and is affiliated with Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center. Dr. Hatem is board certified in Critical Care Medicine.


  1. Staten Island University Hospital

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      Staten Island University Hospital
      475 Seaview Ave, Staten Island, NY 10305 Existing Patients: (718) 226-9000


  • Lebanese University / Faculty Of Medical Sciences / School Of Medicine, Medical School — 2003

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  • Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
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