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They graduated from CEBU INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE in 1984. Noel Sobing completed a residency at East Avenue Medical Center. They are accepting new patients. Noel Sobing also speaks Spanish and Tagalog. Noel Sobing practices at Practice in Chula Vista, CA.
- Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, Undergraduate School — 2012
- East Avenue Medical Center, Residency Hospital — 2012
- Ospital Ng Maynila, Internship Hospital — 1986
- CEBU INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE, Medical School — 1984
- First Health
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Noel Sobing has been practicing as a Nurse Practitioner for 39 years.
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