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Dr. Richard Wenzel, MD

Dr. Richard Wenzel, MD

Age 81 Infectious Disease Medicine M
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Dr. Richard Wenzel, MD is a infectious disease specialist in Richmond, VA. Dr. Wenzel completed a residency at U Md Hosp. Dr. Wenzel is board certified in Infectious Disease.


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      830 E Main St Fl 2, Richmond, VA 23219 Existing Patients: (804) 828-5382


  • U Md Hosp, Fellowship Hospital — 1969
  • U Md Hosp, Residency Hospital — 1968
  • Philadelphia General Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1966
  • Thomas Jefferson U, Medical College, Medical School — 1965

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He was the only one out of at least 7 doctors to figure out my ailment.
Richmond, VA — Mar 23, 2016
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