He a really good doctor
Dr. John H. Ebihara MD is a male internist in Evanston, IL with over 33 years of experience. His CareDash rating is 4.5 out of 5 by one patient, and he has one review. Dr. Ebihara is affiliated with Northshore University Healthsystem Faculty Practice Associates in Skokie. He received $545 in payments from medical companies between 2014 and 2016, which is less than 53% of Internists and more than 61% of providers nationally. Dr. Ebihara graduated from University of Illinois at Chicago Health Science Center in 1985. He is licensed to practice by the state board in Illinois.
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June 08, 2016
He a really good doctor
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Dr. John H. Ebihara MD graduated from University of Illinois at Chicago Health Science Center in 1985.
Full Name: John H. Ebihara
Years of Experience: 33+
List of Procedures Dr. John H. Ebihara MD Performs:
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How often Dr. Ebihara performs EKG (Electrocardiogram) relative to the 4,372 other doctors also performing the procedure in Illinois:
Many providers have received payments from medical companies ranging from small amounts in the form of food at conferences to large payments for consulting or royalties. Some providers have received payments for specific drugs. These payments are not necessarily cause for concern, but we encourage you to speak with your provider if they do raise any questions or issues.
Dr. Ebihara received less money than a majority (53%) of internists. See the breakdown of payments by category.
Providers receive payments in various different categories, from travel and lodging or food and beverages at conferences to fees for promotional speaking or consulting engagements. Some providers receive payments from royalties or licenses, usually from having helped develop a product or drug.
Providers receive payments from specific medical companies, sometimes for specific drugs. If you have any questions or concerns about the specific company or drug payments your provider has received, we encourage you to speak with your provider directly.
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