Dr. Humberto Casanova, MD

Pediatrics     -  Florida,  Hialeah


Dr. Humberto Casanova, MD works in Hialeah, Florida is a specialist in Pediatrics and graduated Instituto Superior De Ciencias Medicas De La Habana in 1976. Dr. Casanova is affiliated with Palmetto General Hospital and practicing for 41 years

 Experience and Qualifications


  • Pediatrics

 Years Since Graduation

  • 41

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 Education & Training

Medical School

Instituto Superior De Ciencias Medicas De La Habana

Havana, Cuba
Graduated: 1976

Residency Hospital

Hospital Episcopal San Lucas


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 Office Locations

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 Office Address

7856 North West 178th Street
Florida (FL)

  (305) 827-3388

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 Map & Directions

Office Address, 7856 North West 178th Street, Hialeah, Florida (FL), 33015

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 Affiliated Hospitals

Palmetto General Hospital

2001 West 68th Street Florida FL, Hialeah, 33016

Our physicians and staff at Palmetto General Hospital are dedicated to providing quality, personalized medical care to residents of northwest Dade and south Broward counties. We're a full-service acute care hospital offering a broad range of acclaimed services, including award-winning cardiac care, ...

 (305) 823-5000

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