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Dr. Sunil Rao, MD

Dr. Sunil Rao, MD

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Dr. Sunil Rao, MD is a cardiology specialist in Durham, NC. Dr. Rao completed a residency at Duke University Med Center. He currently practices at Duke University Hospital and is affiliated with Duke University Hospital. Dr. Rao is board certified in Cardiovascular Disease.

Locations

  1. Duke University Hospital

    1. 1
      Duke University Hospital
      2301 Erwin Rd, Durham, NC 27705 Existing Patients: (855) 855-6484
  1. Duke Heart Center

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      Duke Heart Center
      6301 Herndon Rd, Durham, NC 27713 Existing Patients: (919) 681-5816

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  • Duke University Med Center, Residency Hospital
  • Ohio State University College Of Medicine And Public Health, Medical School — 1996

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  • Duke University Hospital
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