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Dr. Gary Press, MD

Dr. Gary Press, MD

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Dr. Gary Press, MD is a radiology specialist in San Diego, CA. Dr. Press completed a residency at Mallinckrodt Inst. He currently practices at Kaiser Permanente San Diego Hospital Building. Dr. Press is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.

Locations

  1. Kaiser Permanente San Diego Hospital Building

    1. 1
      Kaiser Foundation Hospital
      4647 Zion Ave, San Diego, CA 92120 Existing Patients: (619) 528-6293

Education

  • Mallinckrodt Inst, Fellowship Hospital — 1986
  • Mallinckrodt Inst, Residency Hospital — 1984
  • UCLA Ctr Hlth Scis, Internship Hospital — 1981
  • Wash U, School of Medicine, Medical School — 1980

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  • Kaiser Permanente

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