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Dr. Jay Raman, MD

Dr. Jay Raman, MD

Age 75 General Surgery M
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Dr. Jay Raman, MD is a general surgery specialist in Cypress, TX. Dr. Raman completed a residency at University Rochester. He currently practices at Houston Surgical Group and is affiliated with HCA Houston Healthcare North Cypress.


  1. Houston Surgical Group

    1. 1
      21216 Northwest Fwy Ste 250, Cypress, TX 77429 Existing Patients: (713) 426-2400


  • Tex Heart Institute, Fellowship Hospital — 1981
  • University Rochester, Residency Hospital — 1980
  • University Rochester, Internship Hospital — 1975

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