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Dr. Felix Sarubbi, MD

Dr. Felix Sarubbi, MD

Age 77 Infectious Disease Medicine M
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Dr. Felix Sarubbi, MD is a infectious disease specialist in Johnson City, TN. Dr. Sarubbi completed a residency at U NC Sch Med. He currently practices at ETSU Phsyicians and Assocs INT. Dr. Sarubbi is board certified in Infectious Disease.


  1. ETSU Phsyicians and Assocs INT

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      ETSU Phsyicians and Assocs INT
      329 N State Of Franklin Rd Fl 2, Johnson City, TN 37604 Existing Patients: (423) 439-7280


  • U NC Sch Med, Fellowship Hospital — 1974
  • U NC Sch Med, Residency Hospital — 1972
  • U NC Sch Med, Internship Hospital — 1970
  • New York U, School of Medicine, Medical School — 1969

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