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Dr. Parvis Sadighi, MD

Dr. Parvis Sadighi, MD

Age 83 Cardiothoracic Surgery M
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Dr. Parvis Sadighi, MD is a cardiothoracic surgery specialist in Pittsfield, MA. Dr. Sadighi completed a residency at Berkshire Med Ctr. He currently practices at Berkshire Medical Center Inc.. Dr. Sadighi is board certified in General Surgery.


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      Berkshire Medical Center Inc.
      725 North St, Pittsfield, MA 01201 Existing Patients: (413) 447-2741


  • Allegheny General Hospital, Fellowship Hospital — 1972
  • Berkshire Med Ctr, Residency Hospital — 1970
  • Berkshire Med Ctr, Internship Hospital — 1966
  • School of Medicine Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Medical School — 1962

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  • Tufts Health Plan

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