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Dr. Osama Alassi, MD

Dr. Osama Alassi, MD

Age 45 Cytopathology M


Dr. Osama Alassi, MD is a cytopathology specialist in Royal Oak, MI. He currently practices at Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak and is affiliated with Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital. Dr. Alassi is board certified in Anatomic & Clinical Pathology.


  1. Practice

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      Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak
      3601 W 13 Mile Rd, Royal Oak, MI 48073 Existing Patients: (248) 898-5000


  • Henry Ford Hospital, Fellowship Hospital — 2006
  • Al Bashir Hosp, Internship Hospital — 2000
  • Fac Med U Jordan, Amman, Medical School — 1999

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  • Aetna
  • First Health (Coventry Health Care)

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Hospital Affiliations

  • Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital
  • Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
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