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Mitchell Ian Sorsby, MD
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Clinic or Practice Name  Endocrine Associates of Dallas, PA
10260 North Central Expressway
Ste 100
TX, 75231

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Phone   (214) 363-5535
Fax   (972) 867-8696
Additional Office  1820 Preston Park Boulevard
Ste 1850
TX, 75093

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Phone   (972) 867-4658
Fax   (972) 867-8696
Age   50
Gender   Male
Specialty   Endocrinology
Same Day Appointment?   No
Primary Hospital   Texas Health Dallas
Secondary Hospital   Texas Health Diagnostics & Surgery Plano
Practice Type   Group
Credit Cards  
  • American Express
  • Master Card
  • Visa
Medical Education   Facultad De Medicina De La University
Internship   Sinai Hospital
Fellowship   Henry Ford Hospital-ENDO
Language   Spanish

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