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Dr. Lisa Brancazio, MD

Dr. Lisa Brancazio, MD

Age 60 Anatomic & Clinical Pathology F
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Dr. Lisa Brancazio, MD is a anatomic & clinical pathology specialist in Weirton, WV. Dr. Brancazio completed a residency at University Pittsburgh Hllth Ctr. She currently practices at WEIRTON MEDICAL CENTER. Dr. Brancazio is board certified in Anatomic & Clinical Pathology.

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  1. Weirton Medical Center

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      Weirton Medical Center
      601 Colliers Way, Weirton, WV 26062 Existing Patients: (304) 797-6332

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  • University Pittsburgh Hllth Ctr, Residency Hospital — 1991
  • West Virginia University, Medical School — 1986

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