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Dr. Kim Charney, MD

Dr. Kim Charney, MD

Age 75 General Surgery M
(6) 6 reviews


Dr. Kim Charney, MD is a general surgery specialist in Orange, CA. Dr. Charney completed a residency at Uc Irvine Affil Hosps. He currently practices at Kim James Charney M.d. Inc. and is affiliated with Saint Joseph Hospital.


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      Kim James Charney M.d. Inc.
      1140 W La Veta Ave Ste 620, Orange, CA 92868 Existing Patients: (714) 550-0600




  • Uc Irvine Affil Hosps, Residency Hospital — 1975
  • La Co Usc Med Center, Internship Hospital — 1971

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