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Dr. Michael MacFarlane, MD

Dr. Michael MacFarlane, MD

Age 67 Urology M


Dr. Michael MacFarlane, MD is a urology specialist in Louisville, KY. Dr. MacFarlane completed a residency at UCLA School Med UCLA Med Center. He currently practices at Urology Care, LLC. Dr. MacFarlane is board certified in Urology.


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      Urology Care, LLC
      201 Abraham Flexner Way Ste 901, Louisville, KY 40202 Existing Patients: (502) 000-0000


  • UCLA School Med UCLA Med Center, Residency Hospital — 1989
  • Harvard Med School Brighham and Women's Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1985

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  • Sagamore Health Network

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