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Dr. Roger Hayashi, MD

Dr. Roger Hayashi, MD

Age 71 General Surgery M
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Dr. Roger Hayashi, MD is a general surgery specialist in San Jose, CA. Dr. Hayashi completed a residency at St Vincents Hosp. and is affiliated with O'Connor Hospital. Dr. Hayashi is board certified in Vascular Surgery.

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      2512 Samaritan Ct Ste E, San Jose, CA 95124 Existing Patients: (408) 358-8346

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Chinese, Spanish, Vietnamese

Education

  • University Of California Los Angeles Extension, Medical School
  • St Vincents Hosp, Residency Hospital — 1982
  • UC San Diego Med Ctr, Residency Hospital — 1981
  • UC San Diego Med Ctr, Internship Hospital — 1976

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  • O'Connor Hospital
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