Chandler Neurology and Sleep Disorders Associates

3195 S Price Rd
Chandler, AZ 85248
(480) 722-0239
www.chandlerneurologyandsleep.com
Contact: Khan, Mohammad Babar
Business Description: Dr Khan is a diplomate of American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology ( Neurology ). He also specialises in Sleep Medicine and Neurorophysiology He has admitting priveleges at Chandler Regional Hospital He was awarded physician of the month award at the hospital
In Business Since: 2007
Service Area: Chandler, Mesa, Tempe, Maricopa, Casa Grande, Queen Creek, Phoenix
On Angie's List Since: 8/30/2009
Office Hours: Mon 08.30 AM - 04.30 PM, Tue 08.30 AM - 04.30 PM, Wed 08.30 AM - 04.30 PM, Thu 08.30 AM - 04.30 PM, Fri Closed, Sat Closed, Sun Closed, By Appointment
Excluded Services: NeuroSurgery
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Ahwatukee-foothills | Alhambra | Anthem | Apache Junction | Arcadia | Arizona City | Avondale | Biltmore | Buckeye | Carefree | Casa Grande | Case Grande | Cashion | Cave Creek | Chandler | Chandler Heights | Chris-town | Coolidge | Copper Square | Coronado Park | Cortez | Deer Valley | Desert Hills | Desert Ridge | Desert West | El Mirage | Eloy | Encanto-palmcroft | Florence | Fountain Hills | Ft. Mcdowell | Gila River | Gilbert | Glendale | Gold Canyon | Goodyear | Granada | Grant Park | Greenwood | Guadalupe | Higley | Kearny | Laveen | Litchfield Park | Longview | Maricopa | Maryvale | Mesa | Moon Valley | New River | Northwestern Maricopa County | Papago Park | Paradise | Paradise Valley | Park Central | Peoria | Phoenix - Downtown | Pinal County | Queen Creek | Queen Valley | Rio Verde | Royal Palm | Santa Maria | Scottsdale | Sky Harbor | South Mountain | Southwestern Maricopa County | Stanfield | Sun City | Sun City West | Sun Lakes | Sunnyslope | Superior | Surprise | Tempe | Tolleson | Tortilla Flat | Villa De Paz | Waddell | Westown | Wickenburg | Wittmann | Youngtown
 
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