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Dr. Sidney Scudder, MD

Dr. Sidney Scudder, MD

Age 66 Medical Oncology M
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Dr. Sidney Scudder, MD is a medical oncology specialist in Sacramento, CA. Dr. Scudder completed a residency at Barnes - Jewish Hospital. He currently practices at UC Davis Cancer Center and is affiliated with UC Davis Medical Center. Dr. Scudder is board certified in Internal Medicine.

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  1. UC Davis Cancer Center

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      UC Davis Cancer Center
      4501 X St, Sacramento, CA 95817 (916) 734-5959

Education

  • Stanford University, Fellowship Hospital — 1985
  • Barnes - Jewish Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1983
  • Barnes - Jewish Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1981
  • University of Florida College of Medicine, Medical School — 1980

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