Top 10
Pathologists
in Virginia, US

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Top 10 Pathologists in Virginia, US

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Dr. Richard A. Greene

Dr. Richard A. Greene

Pathologist
2 reviews

Latest Rating

The staff members always have a smile on their face and Dr Greene knows his stuff!

Dr. Rohit M. Modak

Dr. Rohit M. Modak

Pathologist
1 reviews

Latest Rating

Erred on the side of caution with my treatment-his intuition proved correct. But not at all cautious to try new treatments to get the exact right fit for me-he ... Read more

Dr. Emerald D. O'Sullivan-Mejia

Dr. Emerald D. O'Sullivan-Mejia

Pathologist
1 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr. O'Sullivan-Mejia was very knowledgable and had a great bedside manner. She took the time to answer my questions which made me feel comfortable and reassured ... Read more

Dr. Mark A. Williams

Dr. Mark A. Williams

Pathologist
1 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr. Williams is an outstanding doctor. Degree in Finance - U. of Wash. Degree in Biology U. of Utah. Degree in Medicine - U. of Iowa. Residence U of Virginia. ... Read more

Dr. Brad T. Siegmund

Dr. Brad T. Siegmund

Pathologist
1 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr.Siegmund is awfully good. He is very knowledgable and empathetic and helpful. I found his autopsy skills to be well above average.

Dr. Joseph Jakowski

Dr. Joseph Jakowski

Pathologist
1 reviews

Latest Rating

Fast results and painless procedure. Nice facility and helpful staff.

Dr. Roxanne Cox-Iyamu

Dr. Roxanne Cox-Iyamu

Pathologist
1 reviews

Latest Rating

Dr. Cox-Iyamu is a physician at Whitman Walker’s northern Virginia office, which is closing at the end of March 2009. She is highly experienced in HIV management, ... Read more

Dr. J. Scott Wade

Dr. J. Scott Wade

Pathologist
2 reviews

Latest Rating

Not very good....doesn't know much at all. Can't tell the diff from a hernia and a lyphnode

Dr. John R. Harbour

Dr. John R. Harbour

Pathologist
1 reviews

Dr. Robert E. Budin

Dr. Robert E. Budin

Pathologist
1 reviews

Latest Rating

Ki-67 reporting should be manditory on all pathology reports for carcinoma. What exactly is your problem?



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