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61 Temple Physicians Named “Top Doctors” by Philadelphia Magazine

April 27, 2015

Philadelphia, PA (April 27, 2015) – Sixty-one (61) Temple physicians have been named to Philadelphia magazine’s “Top Doctors” list for 2015.  Physicians on the list were nominated by their professional peers, and practice at Temple University Hospital, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Jeanes Hospital and in the community as part of Temple Physicians, Inc.

“Temple Health is proud to be well represented with 61 physicians representing 30 specialties earning a spot on Philadelphia magazine’s ‘Top Doctors’ list,” says Larry R. Kaiser, MD, FACS, President and CEO of Temple University Health System, and Dean of Temple University School of Medicine.  “The Temple physicians included on this year’s list are among the best doctors in their chosen specialties and are representative of the high quality of care and innovative treatments and procedures available at Temple today.”

The Temple doctors included on this year’s “Top Docs” list cover a vast array of specialty services offered at Temple Health – including Cardiovascular Disease, Pulmonary Disease, Medical Oncology, Gynecologic Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Thoracic & Cardiac Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Neurological Surgery, Hand Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Plastic Surgery, General Surgery, Gastroenterology, Urology, Neurology, Internal Medicine, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Otolaryngology, Hematology, Infectious Disease, Diagnostic Radiology, Vascular & Interventional Radiology, Interventional Cardiology, Cardiac Electrophysiology, Pediatrics, Hospice & Palliative Medicine, Pain Medicine, Pathology, Neuroradiology and Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism.

The 2015 Temple “Top Doctors” are:  

  1. Jonathan R. Anolik, MD – Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism (TUH)
  2. S. Ausim Azizi, MD, PhD – Neurology (TUH)
  3. Simeon L. Bardin, MD – Internal Medicine (TPI)
  4. Marcia Boraas, MD – Surgery (FCCC)
  5. Michael S. Bromberg, MD, PhD – Medical Oncology (TUH)
  6. David Y. T. Chen, MD – Urology (FCCC)
  7. Eric T. Choi, MD – Vascular Surgery (TUH)
  8. Christina S. Chu, MD – Gynecologic Oncology (FCCC)
  9. Marcin A. Chwistek, MD – Pain Medicine (FCCC)
  10. Gary S. Cohen, MD – Vascular & Interventional Radiology (TUH)
  11. Howard A. Cohen, MD – Interventional Cardiology (TUH)
  12. Joshua M. Cooper, MD – Cardiac Electrophysiology (TUH)
  13. Gerard J. Criner, MD, FACP, FACCP – Pulmonary Disease (TUH)
  14. Paul G. Curcillo, MD – Surgery (FCCC)
  15. Gilbert D’Alonzo, DO – Pulmonary Disease (TUH)
  16. Mary B. Daly, MD, PhD – Medical Oncology (FCCC)
  17. Daniel Edmundowicz, MD, MS, FACC – Cardiovascular Disease (TUH)
  18. Hormoz Ehya, MD – Pathology (FCCC)
  19. Scott H. Faro, MD – Neuroradiology (TUH)
  20. Paul R. Forfia, MD – Cardiovascular Disease (TUH)
  21. Amy J. Goldberg, MD, FACS – Surgery (TUH)
  22. Lori J. Goldstein, MD – Medical Oncology (FCCC)
  23. Richard E. Greenberg, MD – Urology (FCCC)
  24. T. Sloane Guy, MD, MBA – Thoracic & Cardiac Surgery (TUH)
  25. Alan Haber, MD – Pulmonary Disease (FCCC)
  26. Oleh Haluszka, MD – Gastroenterology (TUH)
  27. Shelly B. Hayes, MD – Radiation Oncology (FCCC)
  28. Stephen J. Heller, MD – Gastroenterology (FCCC)
  29. Enrique Hernandez, MD – Gynecologic Oncology (TUH)
  30. Eric M. Horwitz, MD – Radiation Oncology (FCCC)
  31. Mercedes Jacobson, MD – Neurology (TUH)
  32. Lawrence I. Kaplan, MD, FACP – Internal Medicine (TUH)
  33. Paul S. Karlin, DO, Pulmonary Disease (Jeanes)
  34. Earl D. King, MD – Pulmonary Disease (FCCC)
  35. Stephanie A. King, MD – Gynecologic Oncology (FCCC)
  36. Miriam N. Lango, MD – Otolaryngology (FCCC)
  37. Michael H. Levy, MD, PhD – Hospice and Palliative Medicine (FCCC)
  38. Bennett Lorber, MD, MACP – Infectious Disease (TUH)
  39. Barton N. Milestone, MD – Diagnostic Radiology (FCCC)
  40. Michael M. Millenson, MD – Hematology (FCCC)
  41. Curtis T. Miyamoto, MD – Radiation Oncology  (TUH)
  42. Beth Moughan, MD – Pediatrics (TUH)
  43. Henry P. Parkman, MD – Gastroenterology (TUH)
  44. Rosaleen B. Parsons, MD – Diagnostic Radiology (FCCC)
  45. Arthur S. Patchefsky, MD – Pathology (FCCC)
  46. Michel A. Pontari, MD – Urology (TUH)
  47. William R. Reinus, MD, MBA, FACR – Diagnostic Radiology (TUH)
  48. John (Drew) A. Ridge, MD, PhD – Surgery (FCCC)
  49. Stephen C. Rubin, MD – Gynecologic Oncology (FCCC)
  50. Walter J. Scott, MD – Thoracic & Cardiac Surgery (FCCC)
  51. Elin R. Sigurdson, MD, PhD – Surgery (FCCC)
  52. Ahmed M. Soliman, MD – Otolaryngology (TUH)
  53. Ellen M. Tedaldi, MD – Internal Medicine (TUH)
  54. Joseph J. Thoder, MD – Hand Surgery (TUH)
  55. Neal Topham, MD – Plastic Surgery (FCCC)
  56. Robert G. Uzzo, MD – Urology (FCCC)
  57. Margaret von Mehren, MD – Medical Oncology (FCCC)
  58. Michael W. Weaver, MD – Neurological Surgery (TUH)
  59. David S. Weinberg, MD – Gastroenterology (FCCC)
  60. Michael Weinik, DO – Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (TUH)
  61. F. Todd Wetzel, MD – Orthopaedic Surgery (TUH)

 

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Temple University Health System (TUHS) is a $1.8 billion academic health system dedicated to providing access to quality patient care and supporting excellence in medical education and research. The Health System consists of Temple University Hospital (TUH), ranked among the “Best Hospitals” in the region by U.S. News & World Report; TUH-Episcopal Campus; TUH-Northeastern Campus; Fox Chase Cancer Center, an NCI-designated comprehensive cancer center;  Jeanes Hospital, a community-based hospital offering medical, surgical and emergency services; Temple Transport Team, a ground and air-ambulance company; and Temple Physicians, Inc., a network of community-based specialty and primary-care physician practices. TUHS is affiliated with Temple University School of Medicine.

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