Dr. Lucy Goh, MD

Dr. Lucy Goh, MD http://d1ffafozi03i4l.cloudfront.net/img/silhouettes/silhouette-female_w120h160_v1.jpg Dr. Lucy Goh, MD, Appointments, Lake Charles, LA, Pediatric Infectious Disease Medicine, Infectious Disease Medicine, Pediatrics

Specializes in Pediatric Infectious Disease Medicine • Female • Age 58

2000 Opelousas St
Lake Charles, LA 70601
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Southwest Louisiana Center Hlth
2000 Opelousas St
Lake Charles, LA 70601
(337) 439-9983 (Office)
(337) 439-8898 (Fax)
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