Dr. Trent Pettijohn specializes in nuclear cardiology, nuclear medicine, cardiovascular disease, internal medicine, interventional cardiology in Plano, Texas.
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Board Certification, Specialty and Expertise
Dr. Trent Pettijohn has been identified as specializing in Nuclear Cardiology, Nuclear Medicine, Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine and Interventional Cardiology.
He obtained board certification from The American Board of Internal Medicine for Internal Medicine.
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Dr. Trent Pettijohn accepts the following plans at 6300 W Parker Rd, Plano, TX
- United Healthcare - Direct
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Dr. Pettijohn is affiliated with 2 hospitals:
6200 W Parker Rd
Dr. Pettijohn attended medical school at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine and graduated in 1992 having 24 years experience.
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