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Michael W Weaver, MD | Neurological Surgery

3401 N Broad St 5th Fl Parkinson Pavilion Philadelphia, PA 19140
Ph: (215) 707-7200
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Experience 1998, Temple University School Of Medicin
Languages

English

Gender

Male

Accepting New Patients: Yes

Accepting New Patients: Yes

Provider ID: 001732007 Primary Care Physician (PCP): No

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Specialties & Procedures

Neurological Surgery - Board Certified


Locations

3401 N Broad St 5th Fl Parkinson Pavilion
Philadelphia, PA 19140
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Temple Neurosurgical Assocs

450 Cresson Blvd
Suite 200
Oaks, PA 19456


Education

Medical School

1998, Temple University School Of Medicin

Residency

Temple University Hospital


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The Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program was created by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) and its 24 Member Boards to enhance the physician certification process, moving from once in a lifetime, or periodic recertification, to an ongoing commitment to continuous maintenance of high quality clinical competencies. The MOC program ensures that a participating physician is committed to lifelong learning and ongoing self-assessment in six areas of competency. While measurement of these competencies may vary according to the medical specialty, this multi-faceted assessment is carried out by all 24 Member Boards using a four-part process, including practice-based learning and improvement.

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