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Dr. Gokul Bysani, MD

Dr. Gokul Bysani, MD

Age 63 Pediatric Critical Care Medicine M
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Dr. Gokul Bysani, MD is a pediatric critical care medicine specialist in Dallas, TX. Dr. Bysani completed a residency at St Johns Hospital. He currently practices at Medical City Dallas. Dr. Bysani is board certified in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine.


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    1. 1
      Medical City Dallas
      7777 Forest Ln Ste D569, Dallas, TX 75230 Existing Patients: (972) 566-8340
    2. 2
      702 Barnhill Dr Rm 4270, Indianapolis, IN 46202 Existing Patients: (317) 274-7208


  • U Tenn, Fellowship Hospital — 1989
  • St Johns Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1986
  • KR Hosp, Internship Hospital — 1983
  • Govt Med Coll, Mysore U, Medical School — 1983

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