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Dr. Stephan Mayer, MD

Dr. Stephan Mayer, MD

Age 57 Neurology M


Dr. Stephan Mayer, MD is a neurology specialist in Detroit, MI. Dr. Mayer completed a residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center. Dr. Mayer is board certified in Neurology.


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      2799 W Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI 48202 (313) 916-2600


  • New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center, Fellowship Hospital — 1993
  • New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center, Residency Hospital — 1992
  • New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1989
  • Weill Cornell Medical, Medical School — 1988
  • Brown University, A.B. (Biology), Undergraduate School — 1984

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