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Dr. Ross Filice, MD

Dr. Ross Filice, MD

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Dr. Ross Filice, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Washington, DC. He currently practices at Georgetown Univhosp Intrvtl Rad. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Filice is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.

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  1. Georgetown Univhosp Intrvtl Rad

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      Georgetown Univhosp Intrvtl Rad
      3800 Reservoir Rd Nw # Cg201, Washington, DC 20007 Existing Patients: (202) 444-3420

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  • Anthem
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