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Dr. Matthew Whang, MD
Dr. Matthew Whang, MD works in West Orange, NJ as
He is board certified in
- Columbia Presby Med Center, Internship Hospital — 1988
- New York Presbyterian Hospital - Columbia Presbyterian Center, Internship Hospital — 1988
- Columbia University College Of Physicians And Surgeons, Medical School — 1987
- Duke University, Undergraduate School — 1985
- New York Presbyterian - Weill Cornell, Residency Hospital
- Amerigroup (Wellpoint)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Health
- Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
- Oxford Health Plans
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I have been a patient of Dr Whang for 17 years. I highly recommend Dr Whang. Had a ultra sound and cystoscope on Nov 7. Dr Whang has been caring and very knowledgeable in his field. I wouldn’t be a patient for so long if he wasn’t an excellent Doctor.
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Dr. Whang accepts Amerigroup (Wellpoint), Amerihealth and Anthem as well as many others.
Dr. Whang's office is located at 375 Mount Pleasant Ave Ste 251 West Orange, NJ 07052. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
Dr. Whang frequently sees patients for
Yes, Dr. Whang speaks Korean. See Dr. Whang's profile on MedicalNewsToday for more information.
Dr. Whang has a star rating of 4.9/5 and has been reviewed 11 times.
Dr. Whang is board certified in
Dr. Whang has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 36 years.
- Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center
Prostate Cancer Ctr of New Jersey
Prostate Cancer Center375 Mount Pleasant Ave Ste 251, West Orange, NJ 07052 Existing Patients: (973) 323-1320
New Jersey Urology
UGNJ Pleasant Valley Way1001 PLEASANT VALLEY WAY, West Orange, NJ 07052 Existing Patients: (973) 669-8448
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