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Dr. F M Patterson, MD

Dr. F M Patterson, MD

Age 75 Cardiology M
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Dr. F M Patterson, MD is a cardiology specialist in Pinehurst, NC. Dr. Patterson completed a residency at U NC Meml Hosp. He currently practices at Pinehurst Medical Clinic Inc. Dr. Patterson is board certified in Cardiovascular Disease.


  1. Pinehurst Medical Clinic Inc

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      Pinehurst Medical Clinic Inc
      205 PAGE RD, Pinehurst, NC 28374 Existing Patients: (910) 295-5511


  • U NC Meml Hosp, Residency Hospital — 1978
  • U Nc/Geo Wash U Hosp, Fellowship Hospital — 1976
  • Duke University Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1974
  • Geo Wash U Hosps, Internship Hospital — 1972
  • University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Medical School — 1971

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