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Dr. Robert Wolfe, MD

Dr. Robert Wolfe, MD

Age 85 Pediatric Cardiology M
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Dr. Robert Wolfe, MD is a pediatric cardiology specialist in Aurora, CO. Dr. Wolfe completed a residency at Baylor College Of Med. He currently practices at The Children's Hospital. Dr. Wolfe is board certified in Pediatric Cardiology.


  1. The Children's Hospital

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      The Children's Hospital
      13123 E 16th Ave # B100, Aurora, CO 80045 (720) 777-6820


  • Baylor College Of Med, Residency Hospital
  • Texas Childrens Hospital, Residency Hospital
  • Ucla Med Center, Residency Hospital
  • Baylor College of Medicine, Medical School

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He was my cardiologist for more than 15 years. He was am excellent doctor.
Nikki in Northglenn — Dec 24, 2017
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