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Dr. Sudhir Mehta, MD

Dr. Sudhir Mehta, MD

Age 75 Pediatric Cardiology M
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Dr. Sudhir Mehta, MD is a pediatric cardiology specialist in Cleveland, OH. Dr. Mehta completed a residency at Shands Hospital at the University of Florida. He accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Mehta is board certified in Pediatric Cardiology.

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  1. Practice

    1. 1
      18697 Bagley Road Sw Genera Ctr, Cleveland, OH 44130 Existing Patients: (216) 476-7236

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Hindi

Education

  • University Hospitals of Cleveland, Fellowship Hospital — 1978
  • Shands Hospital at the University of Florida, Residency Hospital — 1976
  • King Georges Med Coll Lucknow U, Medical School — 1968

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  • Aetna
  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna

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