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Dr. Ali Sarram, MD
Dr. Ali Sarram, MD works in Lone Tree, CO as
He is board certified in
- Virginia Mason Medical Center, Fellowship Hospital — 2002
- University Of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Residency Hospital — 2001
- University Of Colorado, Internship Hospital — 1996
- University Of Washington School Of Medicine, Medical School — 1995
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
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I have been with Dr. Sarram for 13yrs. He removed my kidney and treated me for my bladder cancer. He is the best in his field. He makes you feel relaxed and listens to your concerns. My husband has been seeing him for his prostate for years and has it under control. We both trust him with our lives. He is the best!
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Dr. Sarram accepts telehealth appointments. See Dr. Sarram's profile to make an appointment.
Dr. Sarram accepts Aetna, Anthem and Blue Cross Blue Shield as well as many others.
Dr. Sarram's office is located at 10535 Park Meadows Blvd Ste 102 Lone Tree, CO 80124. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
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Dr. Sarram has a star rating of 4.1/5 and has been reviewed 34 times.
Dr. Sarram is board certified in
Dr. Sarram has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 28 years.
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Preventive care: what doctors want you to know
Preventive care can help identify current or future health and medical concerns before they become major.
Hepatitis C Screening: Questions for the Doctor
Everyone ages 18 to 79 needs to get tested for hepatitis C. (USPSTF)
Protect Yourself from Seasonal Flu
Get the flu vaccine every year to protect yourself and others from the flu. (ACIP)
Get Your Well-Woman Visit Every Year
See a doctor or nurse for a checkup once a year. (HRSA)
Talk with Your Doctor About Depression
Talk with your doctor about how you are feeling if you have been sad, down, or hopeless. (USPSTF)
Get Screened for Cervical Cancer
Get a Pap test every 3 years. If you get a Pap test and an HPV test, you can get screened every 5 years instead. (USPSTF)
Watch for Warning Signs of Relationship Violence
If you think your partner might be abusive, talk with your doctor about getting help. (USPSTF)
Get Tested for HIV
Get tested for HIV at least once. You may need to get tested more often depending on your risk. (USPSTF)
Get Your Blood Pressure Checked
Get your blood pressure checked regularly — at least every 5 years. (USPSTF)
Drink Alcohol Only in Moderation
If you are concerned about your drinking, ask your doctor about screening and counseling. (USPSTF)
Get Enough Folic Acid
Learn why women your age need folic acid. (USPSTF)
Get Vaccines to Protect Your Health (Adults Ages 19 to 49)
Get important adult shots (vaccinations). (ACIP)
If you smoke, ask your doctor about services to help you quit. (USPSTF)
Talk with Your Doctor About Drug Misuse
If you’re worried about your drug use, talk with a doctor about getting help. (USPSTF)