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Dr. Rodrigo Coelho da Rocha M.D.

Hospitalist

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60 Hospital Rd Leominster MA, 01453
Rating

5/5

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Dr. Rodrigo Rocha is a hospitalist practicing in Leominster, MA. Dr. Rocha specializes in the comprehensive medical care of hospitalized patients. As a hospitalist, Dr. Rocha manages the clinical problems of hospitalized patients and the acutely ill, while working to improve the performance of the hospital. Dr. Rocha works in collaboration with all of the different doctors that are working with the patient. Hospitalists are involved in the diagnosis, treatment and medical procedures of patients.

Education and Training

Souza Marques Tech Educ Foundation MD

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM

Provider Details

Male English 14 years of experience

Residency

  • Kings County Hosp Ctr, Nephrology; Kaiser Fndn Hosp-Los Angeles, Internal Medicine

Accepted Insurance

Dr. Rodrigo Coelho da Rocha M.D.'s Practice location

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60 Hospital Rd -
Leominster, MA 01453
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New patients: 978-466-4169
Fax: 978-466-2993, 978-466-4164

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