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Dr. Floyd Culler, MD

Dr. Floyd Culler, MD

Age 68 Pediatric Endocrinology M


Dr. Floyd Culler, MD is a pediatric endocrinology specialist in Sacramento, CA. Dr. Culler completed a residency at University of Louisville Hospital. He currently practices at Center Excellnc Diabetes/Endo. Dr. Culler is board certified in Pediatric Endocrinology.


  1. Center Excellnc Diabetes/Endo

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      Center of Excellence in Diabetes and Endocrinology
      3814 Auburn Blvd Ste 72, Sacramento, CA 95821 Existing Patients: (916) 426-1902


  • UCSD, Fellowship Hospital — 1983
  • University of Louisville Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1980
  • University of Louisville Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1978
  • University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Medical School — 1977

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