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Dr. Sudy Jahangiri, MD

Dr. Sudy Jahangiri, MD

Age 36 Hematology F

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Dr. Sudy Jahangiri, MD is a hematology specialist in Rochester, NY. She currently practices at CARLA CASULO M.D. and is affiliated with Community Hospital. She accepts multiple insurance plans. Dr. Jahangiri is board certified in Hematology.


  1. Carla Casulo M.d.

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      Carla Casulo M.d.
      601 Elmwood Ave, Rochester, NY 14642 Existing Patients: (585) 275-5863

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Hospital Affiliations

  • Community Hospital
  • Delta County Memorial Hospital
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