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Dr. James Bradley Ray MD, Surgeon

Dr. James Bradley Ray MD

Surgeon

(12)
502 W 2nd St Bloomington IN, 47403
Rating

3/5

About

Dr. James Ray is a general surgeon practicing in Bloomington, IN. Dr. Ray specializes in abdominal contents including the esophagus, stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas and often thyroid glands. General surgeons are able to deal with almost any surgical or critical care emergency, also involving the skin or soft tissue trauma. Dr. Ray provides quality surgical service for gravely ill or injured patients and is able to respond quickly due to knowledge of various surgical procedures.

Education and Training

In Univ Sch of Med, Indianapolis In 1992

Board Certification

Surgery American Board of Surgery ABS

Provider Details

Male English

Residency

  • Univ Of Co Sch Of Med, General Surgery

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. James Bradley Ray MD's Practice location

James Ray, MD

502 W 2nd St -
Bloomington, IN 47403
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New patients: 812-330-9962, 812-330-9962
Fax: 812-330-9967, 812-330-9967

266 JOULE ST -
ALCOA, TN 37701
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New patients: 865-984-3864
Fax: 865-380-4095

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