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Name Office Hospital Affiliation Clinic or Practice Name
Aikawa, Taro  Eden Prairie  Texas Health Denton  Virtual Radiologic Professionals, LLC 
Badhey, Neeraj  Bedford, Keller  Texas Health HEB  Cardiac & Vascular Center of North Texas 
Barr, Patrick  Fort Worth  Texas Health Dallas  Radiology Associates of North Texas 
Boren, Edwin  Plano  Texas Health Plano  Texas Radiology Associates 
Fawcett, H  Fort Worth  Texas Health Fort Worth  Radiology Associates of North Texas 
Rellas, James  Plano, Lewisville  Texas Health Plano  HeartFirst 
Woomer, Scott  Fort Worth  Texas Health Fort Worth  Radiology Associates of North Texas 

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