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Dr. Sushila Chelliah, MD

Dr. Sushila Chelliah, MD

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Dr. Sushila Chelliah, MD is a psychiatry specialist in Washington, DC. She currently practices at Kaiser Permanente Northwest DC Medical Office Building. Dr. Chelliah is board certified in Forensic Psychiatry.

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  1. Kaiser Permanente Northwest DC Medical Office Building

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      Kaiser Permanente Northwest DC Medical Office Building
      2301 M St Nw, Washington, DC 20037 (800) 777-7904

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Dr Chelliah treated me personally and recommended further treatment which resulted in a miracle change of my condition.Dr Chelliah has a personality and demeanor which are outstanding and make the patient feel tottally at ease.
Catonsville, MD — Aug 08, 2017
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