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Dr. Robert Halper, MD

Dr. Robert Halper, MD

Age 72 Diagnostic Radiology M
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Dr. Robert Halper, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Halper completed a residency at Brigham Hosp. He currently practices at Radiology Associates Of Atlanta. Dr. Halper is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.

Locations

  1. Radiology Associates Of Atlanta

    1. 1
      Northwest
      1984 Peachtree Rd Nw Ste 505, Atlanta, GA 30309 Existing Patients: (404) 352-1409
    2. 2
      Piedmont Fayette Hospital
      1255 Highway 54 W, Fayetteville, GA 30214 Existing Patients: (404) 352-1409

Education

  • Brigham Hosp, Residency Hospital — 1976
  • Harborview Med Ctr-U Wash, Internship Hospital — 1973
  • University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Medical School — 1972

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