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Dr. Kenneth Button, MD

Dr. Kenneth Button, MD

Age 77 Anatomic & Clinical Pathology M
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Dr. Kenneth Button, MD is a anatomic & clinical pathology specialist in Akron, OH. Dr. Button completed a residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center. He currently practices at Akron Genl Med Ctr Pulmonary Func Lab. Dr. Button is board certified in Anatomic & Clinical Pathology.

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      Akron Genl Med Ctr Pulmonary Func Lab
      400 Wabash Ave, Akron, OH 44307 Existing Patients: (330) 344-2025

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  • New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center, Residency Hospital — 1974
  • New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center, Internship Hospital — 1971
  • Indiana U, School of Medicine, Medical School — 1970

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