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Dr. Ari D. Fishman M.D., Hematologist-Oncologist

Dr. Ari D. Fishman M.D.

Hematologist-Oncologist | Hematology & Oncology

2141 K St Nw Suite 304 Washington DC, 20037



Dr. Ari Fishman is a hematologist oncologist practicing in Washington, DC. Dr. Fishman specializes in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of blood diseases such as anemia, hemophilia, sickle-cell disease, leukemia and lymphoma. Hematologist Oncologists are also trained in the study of cancer and its attack on other organs.

Education and Training

Tel Aviv Univ- Sackler Fac Of Med- Tel Aviv- Israel 1995

Tel Aviv University / Sackler Faculty of Medicine 1995

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM

Provider Details

Male Spanish


  • A Einstein Coll M-Yeshiva U, Hematology/Oncology; Beth Israel Med Ctr, Internal Medicine

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Dr. Ari D. Fishman M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 2141 K St Nw Suite 707

2141 K St Nw -
Washington, DC 20037
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New patients: 202-293-5382, 202-293-5382
Fax: 301-260-2838, 202-429-0617

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New patients: 301-982-9800
Fax: 301-982-2420

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