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Dr. Marshall Levine MD, Internist

Dr. Marshall Levine MD


35 Collier Rd, Nw Suitte 635 Atlanta GA, 30309



Dr. Levine earned his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College and completed his internship and residency at the Jewish Hospital of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Levine ...

Education and Training

Jawaharlal Institute of Post Graduate Medicine Research, Pondicherry University 1974

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM

Provider Details

Male English 37 years of experience


  • Barnes-Jewish Hosp, Internal Medicine
  • Jewish Hospital of Washington University
  • Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati Program

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Dr. Marshall Levine MD's Practice location

Practice At 35 Collier Rd Nw Suite M-260

35 Collier Rd, Nw -
Atlanta, GA 30309
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New patients: 404-362-3100, 404-367-3100, 404-362-3100
Fax: 404-367-3558, 404-609-7667

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