Dr. Howard A Richter, MD



Neurosurgery  

 Overview

Dr. Howard A Richter, MD  is a specialist in Neurosurgery and graduated Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1964. Dr. Richterand practicing for 54 years

 Experience and Qualifications

 Specialties

  • Neurosurgery

 Board Certifications

  • Board Certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery

 Years Since Graduation

  • 54

 State License

  • Pennsylvania

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 Education & Training

Internship Hospital


Johns Hopkins Hospital

Baltimore, MD, USA

Year completed: 1964

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