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Dr. Aleta B Greathouse MD, Nephrologist (Kidney Specialist)

Dr. Aleta B Greathouse MD

Nephrologist (Kidney Specialist) | Nephrology

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932 E 34th St Suite 1 Joplin MO, 64804
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Dr. Aleta Greathouse is a nephrologist practicing in Joplin, MO. Dr. Greathouse specializes in the care and treatment of the kidneys. As a nephrologist, Dr. Greathouse most typically treats conditions like kidney stones, chronic kidney disease, acute renal failure, polycystuc kidney disease, high blood pressure and more. Nephrologists are also experts on kidney transplantation and dialysis. They are usually referred to by primary care physicians for problems related to the kidneys, and while they can perform tests to diagnose kidney disorders, they do not perform surgeries.

Education and Training

University of Wales in Great Britain 1994

Univ of Ks Sch of Med, Kansas City Ks 1994

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM

Provider Details

Female English

Residency

  • Univ Of Ks Sch Of Med, Nephrology; Univ Of Ks Sch Of Med, Internal Medicine
  • University of Kansas School of Medicine Program

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Dr. Aleta B Greathouse MD's Practice location

Aleta Greathouse, MD

932 E 34th St -
Joplin, MO 64804
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