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Dr. Cornelius O'leary jr

Urgent Care
Los Angeles, CA
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About me
I specialize in
Urgent Care
General Practice
I have been in practice
17 years
I am licensed to see patients from
New York
California
I speak
English
Spanish
I'm known for
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Female Health
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Locally
61
Surgery
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Locally
14
Dizziness
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Locally
25
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My answers and insights have
Saved 13 lives
Helped 2,855,020 people
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Received 1,249 thanks
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Dr. O'Leary is a friendly and versatile physician with clinical and research experience. He trained at the Georgetown University School of Medicine and at UCLA Department of Surgery. His primary interests are in primary consultation, wellness, and educating patients and physicians. I highly recommend Dr. O'Leary.
Dr. O'leary is a Georgetown trained physician. He has a broad fund of knowledge. He is very through and diligent. His answers are comprehensive and appropriate. He is an excellent consultant on HealthTap.
An excellent GP who collaborates will with both colleagues and patients alike. Capable of great rapport, and an asset to us all here on HealthTap!
Dr O'Leary is a solid, well trained and experienced, enquiring physican who will always have his patients best interest firmly placed in mind.
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I am located at
Cornelius OLeary Jr, MD
10880 Wilsire Blvd Suite 1101
Los Angeles , CA 90024
Office hours
Sun 1:00am - 11:00pm
Mon 1:00am - 11:00pm
Tue 1:00am - 11:00pm
Wed 1:00am - 11:00pm
Thu 1:00am - 10:00pm
Fri 1:00am - 11:00pm
Sat 1:00am - 11:00pm
Accepted Insurance Plans
Medicare
Medicaid
I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
Georgetown University School of Medicine, DC
I've won the following awards
TOP URGENT CARE SPECIALIST, The Nation
2018
Top Urgent Care Specialist, the Nation
Fall 2017
Most Influential, New York
Fall 2017
I've published
A conformationally-constrained MHC class II I-Ag7-derived peptide protects NOD mice from the development of diabetes.
Journal of Autoimmunity, 12(4):233-42. (1999)