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Dr. Steven Rinner, MD

Dr. Steven Rinner, MD

Age 77 Nephrology M
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Dr. Steven Rinner, MD is a nephrology specialist in Dallas, TX. Dr. Rinner completed a residency at University of Washington Medical Center. He currently practices at Dallas Nephrology Associates. Dr. Rinner is board certified in Internal Medicine.


  1. Dallas Nephrology Associates

    1. 1
      DNA Swiss Office
      411 N Washington Ave, Dallas, TX 75246 (214) 358-2300
    2. 2
      Dallas Transplant Institute
      13154 Coit Rd Ste 100, Dallas, TX 75240 (214) 358-2300


  • U Tex SW Med Sch, Fellowship Hospital — 1975
  • Meml Sloan-Kettering Ctr, Fellowship Hospital — 1971
  • University of Washington Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 1970
  • Cornell Hosps, Residency Hospital — 1969
  • Cornell Hosps, Internship Hospital — 1968
  • New York State U, School of Medicine - Buffalo, Medical School — 1967

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