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Good skin clinic in Kaohsiung,

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Good skin clinic in Kaohsiung,

Postby lavazza cafe boy » 03 Sep 2005, 14:00

Hello everybody who are living in Kaohsiung,

Here is a good dermatological clinic with english speaking doctor.

CHIU KUN-SHING Dermatological clinic
828,Mingcheng 1 st Rd. Sanmin district,
KAOHSIUNG

From Mon. Fri. 09h00 to 12h00 14h00 to 21h00
Sat.09h00 to 13h00



The doctor was very good, his diagnostic was sharp,and helpful.
Just be ready to lineup,and be there at least 1hour before opening,cause really crowded.

Cheers
Lavazza cafe boy
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Re: Good skin clinic in Kaohsiung,

Postby Chen » 29 Mar 2016, 23:27

Jennifer Lee, MD, MHS (Hopkins), Dermatologist
is a highly recommended skin doctor and very fluent in English at
Chien-Chih ENT / Dermatology Clinic
201 XinZhuangZai Road, Zuoying, Kaohsiung (near Arena Mall)
(07)343-2201
健志耳鼻喉科/皮膚科診所
高雄市左營區新庄仔路201號
www.facebook.com/ChenENT

Derm Office Hours
10am-12pm: M, Tu, Th, Fr, Sat
4-6pm: Wed
7-9pm: Mon, Thurs
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Re: Good skin clinic in Kaohsiung,

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Re: Good skin clinic in Kaohsiung,

Postby wealwasely1988 » 23 May 2016, 15:47

lavazza cafe boy wrote:Hello everybody who are living in Kaohsiung,

Here is a good dermatological clinic with english speaking doctor.
Derma Clinic in Dubai
CHIU KUN-SHING Dermatological clinic
828,Mingcheng 1 st Rd. Sanmin district,
KAOHSIUNG

From Mon. Fri. 09h00 to 12h00 14h00 to 21h00
Sat.09h00 to 13h00



The doctor was very good, his diagnostic was sharp,and helpful.
Just be ready to lineup,and be there at least 1hour before opening,cause really crowded.

Cheers
Lavazza cafe boy



hi lavazza,
thanks for proving address and timing details but could you able to provide any contact number of CHIU KUN-SHING Dermatological clinic

thanks in advance
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