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Dr. Vincent Vilasi, MD

Dr. Vincent Vilasi, MD

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Dr. Vincent Vilasi, MD is a anesthesiology specialist in Fairfax, VA. Dr. Vilasi completed a residency at Brigham Womens Hospital. He currently practices at FOAA - Credentialing. Dr. Vilasi is board certified in Anesthesiology.


  1. FOAA - Credentialing

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      FOAA - Credentialing
      11781 Lee Jackson Hwy, Fairfax, VA 22033 (703) 293-9590


  • Brigham Womens Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1992
  • Geo Wash University Med Center, Residency Hospital — 1989
  • Geo Wash University Med Center, Internship Hospital — 1987
  • Duke University School Of Medicine, Medical School — 1986

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