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Dr. Rita Chow MD, Infectious Disease Specialist

Dr. Rita Chow MD

Infectious Disease Specialist | Infectious Disease

170 W 12th St New York NY, 10011



Dr. Rita Chow is an infectious disease specialist practicing in New York, NY. Dr. Chow specializes in infections that are difficult to diagnose or unresponsive to treatments, such as HIV or airborne infections from a foreign country. Infectious disease specialists usually work with conditions that are not treatable by a primary physician but it is important to keep contact with the primary physician in order to receive information about the patients history and for deciding which diagnostic tests are appropriate.

Education and Training

New York Med Coll- Valhalla Ny 1985

Board Certification

Internal Medicine American Board of Internal Medicine ABIM

Provider Details

Female English 26 years of experience


  • U Hosp-Suny Hlth S C-Bklyn, Infectious Diseases

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Dr. Rita Chow MD's Practice location

Practice At 170 W 12th St Medicine/ Infectious Diseases

170 W 12th St -
New York, NY 10011
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New patients: 718-797-2341, 212-356-4474, 718-797-2341
Fax: 718-798-7983, 212-356-4608

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