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Dr. Shrinivas Madhukar Diggikar M.D., Hematologist-Oncologist

Dr. Shrinivas Madhukar Diggikar M.D.

Oncologist | Medical Oncology

515 W Mayfield Rd Suite 240 Arlington TX, 76014

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Dr. Shrinivas Diggikar is an oncologist practicing in Arlington, TX. Dr. Diggikar specializes in the care and treatment of patients with cancer. As an oncologist, Dr. Diggikar manages and oversees the treatment of a cancer patient after he or she has been diagnosed with the disease. Oncologists will care for their patients throughout the course of the disease. Types of oncologists include medical oncologists, surgical oncologists, radiation oncologists, gynecologic oncologists, pediatric oncologists and hematologist oncologists.

Education and Training

Gandhi Medical College 1994

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM

Provider Details

Male English 17 years of experience

Residency

  • Univ Tx Med Sch-San Antonio, Hematology/Oncology; Wayne St Univ-Detroit M C, Internal Medicine
  • Wayne State University School of Medicine Program

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Dr. Shrinivas Madhukar Diggikar M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 515 W Mayfield Rd Suite 101

515 W Mayfield Rd -
Arlington, TX 76014
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New patients: 817-375-5485, 817-467-6092
Fax: 817-375-0301, 817-465-0680, 817-467-9055

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