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Dr. Perry Jay Foreman M.D., Neurologist

Dr. Perry Jay Foreman M.D.

Neurologist | Neurology

(4)
5051 Greenspring Ave Suite 300 Baltimore MD, 21209
Rating

4/5

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Dr. Perry Foreman practices Neuropathology in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Foreman studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats conditions that affect the nervous system. Neuropathologists are trained to fully understand and treat such conditions as Alzheimers disease and Parkinsons disease.

Education and Training

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Southwestern Medical School 1995

Board Certification

Psychiatry and Neurology American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology ABPN - Clinical Neurophysiology

Provider Details

Male English

Accepted Insurance

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Dr. Perry Jay Foreman M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At Michel Mirowski, Md, Off. Bldg 5051 Greenspring Avenue

5051 Greenspring Ave -
Baltimore, MD 21209
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New patients: 410-601-9515
Fax: 410-601-8905

MICHEL MIROWSKI, MD, OFF. BLDG -
BALTIMORE, MD 21209
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New patients: 410-601-9515
Fax: 410-601-8905

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