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Dr. Hamid Reza Okhravi MD

Geriatrician | Geriatric Medicine

(15)
825 Fairfax Ave Suite 310 Norfolk VA, 23507
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5/5

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Dr. Hamid Okhravi practices Geriatric Medicine in Norfolk, VA. Geriatricians prevent, manage, and develop care plans that address the special health problems of the elderly. Dr. Okhravi works as part of a team with other healthcare providers, to address the natural aging that goes on within the body and to manage multiple medical problems and ensure social support.

Education and Training

Mashhad University of Medical Sciences 1990

Ferdowsi University 1990

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM

Provider Details

Male English

Residency

  • Mi St U/Hershey Hosp
  • Hurley Medical Center/Michigan State University Program

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. Hamid Reza Okhravi MD's Practice location

Practice At 825 Fairfax Ave Suite 201

825 Fairfax Ave -
Norfolk, VA 23507
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New patients: 757-953-2271, 757-446-7040, 757-953-2271
Fax: 757-446-8907, 757-446-7049, 757-953-0859

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