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Dr. William Sanders, MD

Dr. William Sanders, MD

Age 67 Diagnostic Radiology M
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Dr. William Sanders, MD is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Detroit, MI. Dr. Sanders completed a residency at Henry Ford Hospital. and is affiliated with Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital. Dr. Sanders is board certified in Diagnostic Radiology.


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      2799 W Grand Blvd Ste A3, Detroit, MI 48202 Existing Patients: (313) 916-3344


  • Henry Ford Hospital, Fellowship Hospital — 1987
  • Henry Ford Hospital, Residency Hospital — 1985
  • Wayne State U Affil Hosps, Internship Hospital — 1982
  • University of Michigan Medical School, Medical School — 1981

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