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Specialties & Research
Dr. Andrew Hankins, MD is board certified in Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology.
- He has special expertise in 5 areas:
- Kidney Dialysis (Renal Dialysis)
- Kidney Disease
- Kidney Stones (Kidney Calculi)
Education & Awards
Dr. Hankins graduated from University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor.
Dr. Hankins has 4 hospital affiliations:
- Henry Ford Hospital
- Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital
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- Additional Information
- Dr. Andrew Jay Hankins MD is a male Nuclear Medicine Specialist, has 43 years of experience and practices in Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology.
- Where does Dr. Andrew J. Hankins practice?
- Dr. Andrew Hankins has 3 office locations.
Dr. Andrew Hankins practices Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Radiology near Detroit, MI.
Additional practice locations include: Sterling Heights, MI.
See Detroit Nuclear Medicine Physicians and Detroit Radiologists.