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Dr. John Martin, MD

Dr. John Martin, MD

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Dr. John Martin, MD is a vascular surgery specialist in Annapolis, MD. Dr. Martin completed a residency at University Tex Sw. He currently practices at CARDIOLOGY ASSOCIATES PC and is affiliated with Anne Arundel Medical Center. Dr. Martin is board certified in Vascular Surgery.

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  1. Cardiology Associates PC

    1. 1
      Cardiology Associates PC
      2002 Medical Pkwy Ste 500, Annapolis, MD 21401 Existing Patients: (410) 573-6480

Education

  • University Tex Sw, Fellowship Hospital — 1990
  • University Tex Sw, Residency Hospital — 1989

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  • Anne Arundel Medical Center
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