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Dr. Patrick Christopher Ellis MD, Cardiologist

Dr. Patrick Christopher Ellis MD

Cardiologist | Cardiovascular Disease

(5)
1725 New Hanover Medical Park Dr Wilmington NC, 28403
Rating

5/5

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Dr. Patrick Ellis is a cardiologist practicing in Wilmington, NC. Dr. Ellis specializes in diagnosing, monitoring, and treating diseases or conditions of the heart and blood vessels and the cardiovascular system. These conditions include heart attacks, heart murmurs, coronary heart disease, and hypertension. Dr. Ellis also practices preventative medicine, helping patients maintain a heart-healthy life.

Provider Details

Male English 10 years of experience

Residency

  • Univ Of Al Hosp, Internal Medicine

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. Patrick Christopher Ellis MD's Practice location

Practice At 1725 New Hanover Medical Park Dr

1725 New Hanover Medical Park Dr -
Wilmington, NC 28403
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New patients: 828-754-3988, 828-754-3988
Fax: 828-754-7832, 828-754-7832

1415 PHYSICIANS DR -
WILMINGTON, NC 28401
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New patients: 910-662-9500

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