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Dr. Pankaj Sharma, MD

Dr. Pankaj Sharma, MD

Age 45 Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Diseases M
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Dr. Pankaj Sharma, MD is a cardiovascular & pulmonary disease specialist in Kettering, OH. Dr. Sharma completed a residency at Wright State University. He currently practices at South Dayton Acute Care Consultants, Inc.. Dr. Sharma is board certified in Cardiovascular Disease.

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  1. South Dayton Acute Care Consultants, Inc.

    1. 1
      South Dayton Acute Care Cnsltnt
      33 W Rahn Rd, Kettering, OH 45429 Existing Patients: (937) 433-8990

Education

  • Wright State University, Residency Hospital — 2005
  • Wright State University, Internship Hospital — 2003
  • Ross University, Roseau, Medical School — 2001

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