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Dr. Ngozi Ejiogu MD, Internist

Dr. Ngozi Ejiogu MD

Internist

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3501 Sinclair Ln Baltimore MD, 21213
Rating

4/5

About

Dr. Ngozi Ejiogu is an internist practicing in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Ejiogu specializes in the medical treatment of adults. Internists can act as a primary physician or a consultant to a primary physician. They manage both common and rare diseases. Dr. Ejiogu provides comprehensive care and manages treatment with surgeons as well. Internists establish long-term relationships with their patients and incorporate disease prevention and mental health care into their practice.

Education and Training

Univ Of Nigeria- Coll Of Med- Enugu- Anambra- Nigeria 1992

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM

Provider Details

Female English

Residency

  • Mt Sinai Sch Of Med, Internal Medicine

Dr. Ngozi Ejiogu MD's Practice location

Practice At 3501 Sinclair Ln

3501 Sinclair Ln -
Baltimore, MD 21213
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New patients: 601-636-2452, 410-558-4888, 601-636-2452
Fax: 410-327-1693

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