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Dr. Frank Madonna, MD

Dr. Frank Madonna, MD

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Dr. Frank Madonna, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in New Castle, PA. Dr. Madonna completed a residency at UPMC Mercy. He currently practices at Jameson Hospital and is affiliated with Upmc Jameson. Dr. Madonna is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.

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  1. Practice

    1. 1
      Jameson Hospital
      1211 Wilmington Ave, New Castle, PA 16105 Existing Patients: (724) 658-9001
  1. Lawrence County MRI/Diag Img

    1. 2
      North Pittsburgh Imaging Specialists LLC
      2526 Wilmington Rd, New Castle, PA 16105 Existing Patients: (724) 658-1800

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  • UPMC Mercy, Residency Hospital — 1990
  • Hahnemann Universtiy - Philadelphia, Medical School — 1986

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Hospital Affiliations

  • Upmc Jameson
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