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Dr. Yoshihiko Murata, MD

Dr. Yoshihiko Murata, MD

Age 52 Infectious Disease Medicine M
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Dr. Yoshihiko Murata, MD is a infectious disease specialist in Rochester, NY. Dr. Murata completed a residency at University Of Nc Hosps. He currently practices at Rochester General Hospital. Dr. Murata is board certified in Infectious Disease.


  1. Rochester General Hospital

    1. 1
      Rochester General Hospital
      1425 Portland Ave, Rochester, NY 14621 Existing Patients: (585) 922-4000


  • University Of Nc Hosps, Residency Hospital
  • Washington U/b Jh/slch Conc, Residency Hospital
  • Duke University School Of Medicine, Medical School — 1997

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  • Independent Health

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