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Dr. Harutyun Haroyan, MD

Dr. Harutyun Haroyan, MD

Age 39 Neuroradiology M


Dr. Harutyun Haroyan, MD is a neuroradiology specialist in Washington, DC. He currently practices at Old Georgetown Mntl Hlth Assocs. Dr. Haroyan is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.


  1. Old Georgetown Mntl Hlth Assocs

    1. 1
      Childrens National Medical Center
      111 Michigan Ave NW, Washington, DC 20010
  1. Detroit Receiving Hospital

    1. 2
      University Internal Medicine Specialists
      4201 Saint Antoine St Ste 5c, Detroit, MI 48201 Existing Patients: (313) 745-3000
  1. Pediatric Radiology

    1. 3
      Pediatric Radiology
      3901 Beaubien St, Detroit, MI 48201 Existing Patients: (313) 745-0255

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