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Trieu Quang Ho, MD
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Clinic or Practice Name  Advanced Heart Care, PA
2401 S FM 51,
Ste 200
Decatur
TX, 76234

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Phone   (940) 627-0044
Fax   (940) 627-0275
Additional Office  2020 State Highway 121
Ste 190
Grapevine
TX, 76051

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Phone   (817) 310-3880
Fax   (817) 310-5530
Age   42
Gender   Male
Specialty   EEG & Evoked Potential
Same Day Appointment?   No
Primary Hospital   Texas Health HEB
Practice Type   Solo
Medical Education   Texas A&M Health Science Center
Residency   University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston - Medicine
Fellowship   University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston - Medicine
Language   Vietnamese

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