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Dr. Jyoti Rao MD, Gastroenterologist

Dr. Jyoti Rao MD

Gastroenterologist | Gastroenterology

(61)
444 Fm 1959 Rd Suite A Houston TX, 77034
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3/5

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Dr. Jyoti Rao, MD sees patients in Pasadena, Texas, Houston, Texas, Webster, Texas, and Pearland, Texas and specializes in gastroenterology and internal medicine. Dr. Rao graduated from Andhra Medical ...

Education and Training

Andhra Medical College, Univ of Health Sciences 1987

Andhra Medical College, Univ of Health Sciences

University of Illinois College of Medicine

Andhra Medical College 1987

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM - Gastroenterology

Provider Details

Female English 24 years of experience

Residency

  • University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago Program

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Dr. Jyoti Rao MD's Practice location

Practice At 444 Fm 1959 Rd Suite A

444 Fm 1959 Rd -
Houston, TX 77034
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New patients: 713-790-2171, 281-481-9400, 713-790-2171
Fax: 713-797-1849, 281-481-9490, 713-797-1849

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