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Dr. Sujatha Ramesh, MD

Dr. Sujatha Ramesh, MD

Age 61 Allergy & Immunology F
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Dr. Sujatha Ramesh, MD is a allergy & immunology specialist in Buffalo, NY. Dr. Ramesh completed a residency at Chldns Hospital. She currently practices at WOMEN AND CHILDRENS HOSPITAL OF BUFFALO.


  1. Women and Childrens Hospital of Buffalo

    1. 1
      Children's Health Home of Western New York (chhwny)
      219 Bryant St, Buffalo, NY 14222 Existing Patients: (716) 878-7524


  • Chldns Hospital, Fellowship Hospital
  • Chldns Hospital, Residency Hospital
  • Chldns Hospital, Internship Hospital
  • Stanley Med College Dr M G R Med University Madras Tn India, Medical School

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  • Aetna
  • First Health (Coventry Health Care)

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