Sarah L Kimball, MD
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Immigrant and Refugee Health, Addiction medicine
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Primary Location725 Albany Street
5th Floor, Suite 5B
Boston, MA 02118
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Administrative TitleDirector of Immigrant & Refugee Health Center
ResidencyBrigham and Women's Hospital Program in Primary Care and Population Medicine, 2014
Board CertificationsInternal Medicine
Special InterestsImmigrant and Refugee Health, Addiction medicine
Boston University is a leading private research institution with two primary campuses in the heart of Boston and programs around the world.
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