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Dr. Frederick Parker Jr, MD

Dr. Frederick Parker Jr, MD

Age 84 Cardiothoracic Surgery M
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Dr. Frederick Parker Jr, MD is a cardiothoracic surgery specialist in Syracuse, NY. Dr. Parker Jr completed a residency at Albany Memorial Hospital. He currently practices at Univ. Surgical Associates Llp. Dr. Parker Jr is board certified in General Surgery.

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      Univ. Surgical Associates Llp
      750 E Adams St Ste 8140, Syracuse, NY 13210 Existing Patients: (315) 464-5549

Education

  • Albany Memorial Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1971
  • Albany Memorial Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1963
  • University of Rochester School of Medicine, Medical School — 1962

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