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Dr. Walfrido Castelo, MD

Dr. Walfrido Castelo, MD

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About

Dr. Walfrido Castelo, MD is a radiology specialist in Harbor City, CA. Dr. Castelo completed a residency at University of Illinois. He currently practices at Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center. Dr. Castelo is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.

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  1. Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center

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      Kaiser Permanente South Bay Medical Center
      25825 Vermont Ave, Harbor City, CA 90710 Existing Patients: (310) 325-5111

Education

  • University of Illinois, Residency Hospital — 1978
  • Aria Health - Frankford Campus, Internship Hospital — 1974
  • University of the Philippines College of Medicine, Medical School — 1971

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  • Kaiser Permanente

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