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Dr. John Ciccone, DPM

Dr. John Ciccone, DPM

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Dr. John Ciccone, DPM is a podiatry specialist in Aliquippa, PA. Dr. Ciccone completed a residency at St. Luke"S & Childrens Hospital. He currently practices at Charles F Zammerilla DDS PC.

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  1. Practice

    1. 1
      Charles F Zammerilla DDS PC
      2110 McLean St, Aliquippa, PA 15001 Existing Patients: (724) 375-5088
    2. 2
      4070 Highway 17, Murrells Inlt, SC 29576




  • St. Luke"S & Childrens Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1977
  • The Ohio State University, Undergraduate School — 1971

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