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Dr. Heinz Grohs, MD

Dr. Heinz Grohs, MD

Age 79 Hematology M
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Dr. Heinz Grohs, MD is a hematology specialist in Salem, MA. Dr. Grohs completed a residency at Wesley Medical Center. He currently practices at SALEM HOSPITAL. Dr. Grohs is board certified in Anatomic Pathology.


  1. Salem Hospital

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      Salem Hospital
      81 Highland Ave, Salem, MA 01970 Existing Patients: (978) 741-1215




  • Wesley Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 1975
  • U Tex-Md Anderson Hosp/Tumo, Fellowship Hospital — 1973
  • U Tenn, Residency Hospital — 1970
  • Victoria Hosp/U West Ontari, Internship Hospital — 1967
  • University of Vienna, Medical School — 1966

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