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Dr. Martin Silbiger, MD

Dr. Martin Silbiger, MD

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Dr. Martin Silbiger, MD is a radiology specialist in Tampa, FL. Dr. Silbiger completed a residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He currently practices at Neuroradiology Associates of Tampa PA. Dr. Silbiger is board certified in Nuclear Medicine.


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      Neuroradiology Associates of Tampa PA
      3301 Usf Alumni Dr, Tampa, FL 33612 Existing Patients: (813) 972-3351


  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1966
  • University Hospitals of Cleveland, Internship Hospital — 1963
  • Case Western Reserve U, School of Medicine, Medical School — 1962

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  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Georgia
  • First Health (Coventry Health Care)

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