Dr. Hezla Mohamed, MD

Clinical Pathology & Anatomic Pathology     -  California,  Los Angeles


Dr. Hezla Mohamed, MD works in Los Angeles, California is a specialist in Clinical Pathology & Anatomic Pathology, Cytopathology and graduated University College Of Medical Sciences, Delhi University in 1972. Dr. Mohamedand practicing for 45 years

 Experience and Qualifications


  • Clinical Pathology & Anatomic Pathology
  • Cytopathology

 Board Certifications

  • Board Certified by the American Board of Pathology

 Years Since Graduation

  • 45

 State License

  • California

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 Education & Training

Medical School

University College Of Medical Sciences, Delhi University

Graduated: 1972

Residency Hospitals

Pontiac Genl Hospital

Year completed: 1979

Internship Hospital

Trivandrum Med College Hospital

Year completed: 1967

Fellowship Hospital

Las/usc Med Center

Los Angeles, CA, USA

Year completed: 1996


1   Association Cp
2   CAP
3   Association
4   CSP

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 Office Locations

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 Office Address

12021 Wilmington Avenue
California (CA)
Los Angeles,

  (310) 668-4445

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 Map & Directions

Office Address, 12021 Wilmington Avenue, Los Angeles, California (CA), 90059

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