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Hey there, my surgeon is Hossein Bagshahi, in Fort Worth, TX. Could you please add him to the directory so I can include him in my profile? Thanks!

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Mine too, lol. Jason Kempenich in San Antonio, TX.

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Thank you both for letting us know! I've added each of your surgeons to our directory.

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On 03/04/2019 at 13:15, Ken S. said:



Thank you both for letting us know! I've added each of your surgeons to our directory.


Thank you!

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Oh, can you update Chandra Hassan. He is now in Chicago, IL at UI Health.

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Could you please add Dr. Todd Burry in Evansville Indiana?

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My surgeon isn't available as well.

Eugenius J. Harvey, MD

1111 Amsterdam Ave
Suite 4W
New York, NY 10025

Phone: 212-636-1000

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I'm not sure either my Surgeon Bradley J Needleman MD or his partner Sabrena Noria MD are in there. They are both compentant caring surgeon's and I can't stop singing their praises. Dr Needleman is Chief of Bariatric Surgery and Metabolic Weight Loss at the Ohio State University Hospital- Wexner Medical Center in Columbus Ohio. Main Hospital address is 410 W Tenth Avenue.

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