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Dr. Moises Katz, MD

Dr. Moises Katz, MD

Age 86 Cardiology M
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Telehealth available

Accepting New Patients

About

Dr. Moises Katz, MD is a cardiology specialist in Sunrise, FL. He currently practices at Florida Institute of Health and is affiliated with Westside Regional Medical Center. He accepts multiple insurance plans.

Locations

  1. Florida Institute of Health

    1. 1
      Florida Institute of Health
      7800 W Oakland Park Blvd Ste B105, Sunrise, FL 33351 Existing Patients: (954) 741-2110

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Spanish, English

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  • Anthem
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
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  • Humana
  • MultiPlan

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Hospital Affiliations

  • Westside Regional Medical Center
  • University Hospital And Medical Center
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