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Dr. Randall Brown, MD

Dr. Randall Brown, MD

Age 61 Pediatric Pulmonology M
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Dr. Randall Brown, MD is a pediatric pulmonology specialist in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Brown completed a residency at Boston City Hospital Boston University. He currently practices at Children's Physician Group Pulmonology.

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  1. Children's Physician Group Pulmonology

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      Georgia Pediatric Pulmonology Association
      1100 Lake Hearn Dr Ste 450, Atlanta, GA 30342 Existing Patients: (404) 785-0588

Education

  • Chldns Hospital Harvard Med School, Fellowship Hospital — 1992
  • Boston City Hospital Boston University, Residency Hospital — 1988
  • Boston City Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1986
  • University of Michigan Medical School, Medical School — 1985

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  • First Health (Coventry Health Care)

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