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Dr. Valerie Wolfe, MD

Dr. Valerie Wolfe, MD

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Dr. Valerie Wolfe, MD is a orthopedic surgery specialist in Salt Lake City, UT. She currently practices at UNIVERSITY OF UTAH HEALTH CARE. Dr. Wolfe is board certified in Orthopedic Surgery.


  1. University of Utah Health Care

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      University of Utah Health Care
      590 S Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108 Existing Patients: (801) 587-7109

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Dr. Wolfe was very professional and effective - she did my hand surgery with care and precision and did all the post-op checks really well and carefully. She came highly recommended from another ortho surgeon I knew.
BayAreaPatient — Jan 22, 2019
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