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Dr. Robert Conroy, MD

Dr. Robert Conroy, MD

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Dr. Robert Conroy, MD is a radiology specialist in Long Beach, CA. Dr. Conroy completed a residency at V A Long Beach Healthcare System. He currently practices at VA Long Beach Healthcare System. Dr. Conroy is board certified in Radiology.

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  1. VA Long Beach Healthcare System

    1. 1
      Limited To Official Federal Duties Only
      5901 E 7th St Bldg 8, Long Beach, CA 90822 Existing Patients: (562) 826-8000

Education

  • V A Long Beach Healthcare System, Residency Hospital — 1965
  • Queens Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 1962
  • Royal Alexandra Hosp, Residency Hospital — 1961
  • Royal Victoria Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1960
  • McGill U, Fac Med, Medical School — 1959

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