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Dr. Jonathan Svahn, MD

Dr. Jonathan Svahn, MD

Age 52 General Surgery M
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Dr. Jonathan Svahn, MD is a general surgery specialist in San Carlos, CA. He currently practices at Kaiser Oakland Medical Center and is affiliated with Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center. Dr. Svahn is board certified in General Surgery.


  1. Kaiser Oakland Medical Center

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      Kaiser Oakland Medical Center
      301 Industrial Rd Fl 3, San Carlos, CA 94070 Existing Patients: (650) 596-4000


  • Columbia University College Of Physicians And Surgeons, Medical School — 1997

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