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Dr. William Eads, MD

Dr. William Eads, MD

Age 68 Ophthalmology M
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Dr. William Eads, MD is a ophthalmology specialist in Corbin, KY. Dr. Eads completed a residency at U Ky Med Ctr. He currently practices at EADS W STUART MD OFFICE. Dr. Eads is board certified in Ophthalmology.

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  1. Eads W Stuart MD Office

    1. 1
      Mackey Vision Center South
      1230 Cumberland Falls Hwy, Corbin, KY 40701 Existing Patients: (606) 528-0138

Education

  • U Ky Med Ctr, Residency Hospital — 1981
  • Univ of Texas Medical Branch Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1978
  • University of Louisville School of Medicine, Medical School — 1977

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  • Aetna

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