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Dr. Henry Artman, MD

Dr. Henry Artman, MD

Age 72 Pediatric Endocrinology M
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Dr. Henry Artman, MD is a pediatric endocrinology specialist in Rochester, NY. Dr. Artman completed a residency at La Co Harbor Ucla Med Center. He currently practices at Pediatric Nephrology.

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      Pediatric Nephrology
      601 Elmwood Ave Ste 777, Rochester, NY 14642 Existing Patients: (585) 275-7744

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  • La Co Harbor Ucla Med Center, Residency Hospital
  • Shands Hospital At University Of Fl, Residency Hospital
  • St Christophers Hospital Chldn, Residency Hospital
  • New York University School Of Medicine, Medical School — 1973

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  • Independent Health

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