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Dr. Wayne Pan, MD

Dr. Wayne Pan, MD

Age 57 Orthopedic Hand Surgery M


Dr. Wayne Pan, MD is a orthopedic hand surgery specialist in San Francisco, CA. Dr. Pan completed a residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.


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      250 Executive Park Blvd Ste 2000, San Francisco, CA 94134 Existing Patients: (650) 449-1017




  • Wharton Sch-U Penn, Other Education — 2007
  • Philadelphia Hand Ctr-Thomas Jefferson U, Fellowship Hospital — 1998
  • Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1997
  • City University Of New York, Graduate School Of Biomedical Sciences At Mt. Sinai, Other Education — 1995
  • Pennsylvania Hospital Of University of Pennsylvania Health System, Internship Hospital — 1993
  • Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Medical School — 1992
  • Johns Hopkins University / School of Medicine, Undergraduate School — 1984

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