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Baltimore Top Doctors 2017 (Maryland)

Baltimore Magazine Online shows their list of Top Doctors 2017 in the greater Baltimore area. Readers will need to check credentials and ratings through other sites linked at Consumer Health Ratings. Top doctors named in more than 100 specialties, including pediatric subspecialties. Selected by physicians and an expert panel; no details on methodology. Nov. 2017

Dallas Best Doctors, 2017

List of about 900 physicians in as many specialties as you can think of.

Minnesota Monthly Top Doctors 2017 – MSP and Rochester

Minnesota Monthly’s 2017 list of top physicians in the Twin Cities (MN) Metro area and Rochester (Olmsted Co). Listed by more than 55 specialties such as OB-GYN, Oncology (cancer care), Internal Medicine, Family Practice, General Surgery, Cardiology, Orthopedic Surgery, Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Dermatology, Geriatrics, Pain Management, Pulmonary Care, Urology and more, based on a survey of doctors in an 11-county metro region and the Rochester area

New York’s Best Doctors – NYC Metro Area only – New York Magazine, 2017

List of 1341 top physicians in over 60 different specialties, for the tri-state area of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Whether you’re looking for the best cancer specialist, the best eye doctor, a general surgeon for that gall bladder, a pediatric specialist (15 pediatric specialties) or a top psychiatrist, this list is one resource to identify the top few. However, many others (nearly 5000) who ranked in the top 10% as recommended by colleagues are NOT listed at the site; presumably due to not paying the listing fee. Information is brief, such as training, hospital affiliations and board certification. It would be wise to verify credentials before you decide. This list reflects a partnership between New York Magazine and Castle Connolly in asking doctors to nominate doctors. Pub. May-June 2017

Seattle Washington –’s Top Doctors, 2017

Seattle Magazine selected 412 best doctors in the greater Seattle area, based on a Castle Connolly survey of physicians. Extensive list of 66 specialties including Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Cancer Specialties, Cardiovascular care, Dermatology, OB-GYN, Gastroenterology, Hand Surgery, Orthopedics, Urology, Pain Medicine, 14 Pediatric Specialties, Surgery and many more. Survey received 3500 WA nominees. Published March 2017

Wisconsin – Madison Magazine Top Doctors 2016

Madison Magazine asked Dane County physicians to name top doctors in 73 medical, pediatric and surgical disciplines that they would recommend to their family and friends. Generally, 3 to 6 physicians per specialty are listed. Such a list is reputation-oriented and based on personal experience, and does not necessarily reflect actual performance data. Number of respondents to survey is not shown. As with all Top and Best physician lists, you’ll want to check multiple sources. Published March 2016

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Bariatric Surgery Centers of Excellence – Locate a Center & Bariatric Surgeon

Surgical Review Corporation (SRC) has designated hundreds of hospitals and surgeons, as Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Centers of Excellence. SRC is a non-profit corporation representing bariatric surgeons. It promotes high standards of care in weight loss surgery. List of centers by state; includes US, UK, Canada, Mexico and 16 other countries

WA Clinic and Health Plan Quality Ratings (

Compare care among 300 medical groups in Washington state. Scroll to Medical Group Performance to see medical group rankings beginning on Figure 18. Highest rated for 2017 were Kaiser Permanente Washington and Virginia Mason for Commercially insured patients; Kaiser and Swedish Medical Centers were highest for Medicaid patients. Groups include Pacific Medical Centers, The Everett Clinic, The Polyclinic, UW Medicine, Columbia Medical Associates, Family Care Network, Women’s Healthcare Alliance, Northwest Physicians Network, MultiCare and International Community and hundreds of others. For two measures, 10 health insurance plans and 9 accountable communities of health (ACOs) were compared. Community Checkup by Washington Health Alliance, uses 2015-2016 data, pub. December 2017

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