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Dr. William Gerard, MD

Dr. William Gerard, MD

Age 56 Emergency Medicine M


Dr. William Gerard, MD is a emergency medicine specialist in Columbia, SC. and is affiliated with Prisma Health Richland Hospital. Dr. Gerard is board certified in Emergency Medical Services.


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      14 Richland Medical Park Dr Ste 350, Columbia, SC 29203 Existing Patients: (803) 434-3319
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      Richland Memorial Hosp Nicu Laboratory
      5 Richland Medical Park Dr, Columbia, SC 29203 Existing Patients: (803) 434-7533

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