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Dr. John Logan, MD works in Denver, CO as
They are board certified in
- Harbor Genl Hospital, Internship Hospital — 1972
- University of Illinois at Chicago, Medical School — 1971
- Kaiser Permanente Southern California, Residency Hospital
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Dr. John Logan was on the team of doctors that helped me navigate troubled waters related to perilous life threatening Stage IV cancer dating back to October 2012. I appreciate his professionalism and diagnosis. It’s no small thing. Thanks for always being there doc. I never thought I would live to see the birth of our precious granddaughter and now she just celebrated her 9th birthday and our grandson his 5th. I have had countless medical procedures but praise, praise be to GOD, I’m alive. I BELIEVE in the POWER of GOD, that’s why I PRAY. Thank you SO MUCH for the stents in my right kidney during my cancer treatments. With grateful appreciation. Grace and peace.
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Dr. Logan accepts AARP, Aetna and Anthem as well as many others.
Dr. Logan's office is located at 4545 E 9th Ave Ste 480 Denver, CO 80220. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
Dr. Logan has a star rating of 2.6/5 and has been reviewed 9 times.
Dr. Logan is board certified in
Dr. Logan has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 52 years.
- Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital
Denver Urology Clinic PC4545 E 9th Ave Ste 480, Denver, CO 80220 Existing Patients: (303) 388-9321
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