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Dr. Michael Guth, MD

Dr. Michael Guth, MD

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Dr. Michael Guth, MD is a anesthesiology specialist in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Guth completed a residency at Medstar-Georgetown University Medical Center. He currently practices at Saint Agnes Hospital. Dr. Guth is board certified in Anesthesiology.

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      Saint Agnes Hospital
      900 Caton Ave, Baltimore, MD 21229 Existing Patients: (410) 368-3045

Education

  • Medstar-Georgetown University Medical Center, Fellowship Hospital — 1987
  • Medstar-Georgetown University Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 1986
  • Weill Cornell Medical, Medical School — 1983

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