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They graduated from University if Missouri in 2018. Dr. Fish completed a residency at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. At present, Dr. Fish has received an average rating of 5.0 from patients and has been reviewed 1 times. They are accepting new patients. Dr. Fish practices at Urology Associates of Central Missouri - Columbia in Columbia, MO.
- University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Residency Hospital — 2023
- University if Missouri, Medical School — 2018
- UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, Undergraduate School — 2011
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Dr. Fish's office is located at 105 N Keene St Columbia, MO 65201. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
Dr. Fish has a star rating of 5.0/5 and has been reviewed 1 times.
Dr. Fish has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 5 years.
Urology Associates of Central Missouri - Columbia
Urology Associates of Central Missouri105 N Keene St, Columbia, MO 65201 (573) 499-4990
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