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Dr. George Ipe Varghese M.D., Dermatologist

Dr. George Ipe Varghese M.D.

Dermatologist

(17)
1305 York Ave Weill Cornell Medica New York NY, 10021
Rating

3/5

About

Dr. George Varghese is a dermatologist practicing in New York, NY. Dr. Varghese specializes in skin care. Dermatologists evaluate and manage both common and uncommon skin conditions. These conditions include acne, psoriasis, warts, skin infections, atopic dermatitis, herpes simplex and more. Dermatologists are also experts in more complex skin diseases like impetigo, hidradenitis and milaria. Dr. Varghese diagnoses skin problems and develops unique treatments plans for each individual patient.

Education and Training

Stony Brook University School of Medicine 2009

State University of New York / Health Science Center At Stony Brook 2009

Provider Details

Male English

Residency

  • New York Presbyterian Hospital Program

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. George Ipe Varghese M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 1305 York Ave 9th Floor

1305 York Ave -
New York, NY 10021
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New patients: 646-962-3376

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