82 EvergreenHealth staff recognized in Seattle Met Magazine

Seattle Met Magazine recognizes 82 EvergreenHealth medical staff as top doctors and nurses.

  • Monday, August 13, 2018 4:30pm
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82 members of the EvergreenHealth and EvergreenHealth Monroe medical staff were recently honored by Seattle Met magazine as among the best in the region in the publication’s annual “Top Doctors” issue. Providers named on the list are nominated by fellow physicians for their expertise and ability to deliver the absolute best patient care.

This year, Seattle Met’s “Top Doctors” issue features 753 physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, midwives and others across 78 specialties. The list includes a total of 82 EvergreenHealth providers in 32 specialties.

“We are proud to celebrate the achievements of our highly respected and talented medical staff, who each day strive to deliver the highest quality care, service and experience to our patients and families,” Bob Malte, CEO of EvergreenHealth, said in a press release. “It is truly an honor to see such an accomplished group of providers working together to enrich the health and well-being of all those we serve, and it’s clear that their dedication does not go unnoticed by our community.”

The following EvergreenHealth and EvergreenHealth Monroe medical staff were featured on Seattle Met’s 2018 “Top Doctors” list:

Allergy and Immunology

· Michael E. Weiss, MD

Anesthesiology

· David Y. Kim, MD

Breast Surgery

· Marion C. Johnson, MD

Cardiology

· Mark R. Vossler, MD

Cardiothoracic Surgery

· Robert S. Binford, MD

· David W. Nelson, MD

Critical Care Medicine / Pulmonary Disease

· Michael M. Bundesmann, MD

· Lindy S. Klaff, MD

Ear, Nose and Throat

· Jeffery R. Adams, MD

· John M. Brockenbrough, MD

· Steven M. Dawson, MD

· Thomas F. Gumprecht, MD

· Jennifer L. Heydt, MD

· Eric F. Pinczower, MD

· William G. Young, Jr., MD

Emergency Medicine

· Kevin M. Hanson, MD

Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism

· Komal Patil-Sisodia, MD

Family Medicine

· William B. Shoup, MD

Gynecologic Oncology

· Charles W. Drescher, MD

· Chirag A. Shah, MD

· Dan S. Veljovich, MD

Hand Surgery

· Kurt A. Anderson, MD

· John D. Beck, MD

· Todd M. Guyette, MD

· Loryn W. Peterson, MD

· Steven D. Sun, MD

Hematology / Oncology

· Michele B. Frank, MD

Infectious Disease

· Robert E. Geise, MD

· Edward E. Leonard II, MD

· Francis X. Riedo, MD

Internal Medicine

· James Lund, MD

Maternal and Fetal Medicine

· Heather M. Bradford, CNM

· Carolyn R. Kline, MD

· Bettina W. Paek, MD

Neonatal and Perinatal Medicine

· Miranda T. Hastings, CNM

· Barry M. Lawson, MD

· Dyan M. Simon, MD

Neurosurgery

· Frank S. Bishop, MD

· Abhineet Chowdhary, MD

· Varun Laohaprasit, MD

Ophthalmology

· Deepa G. Abraham, MD

· Thomas D. Lenart, MD

Orthopedic Surgery

· Timothy W. Billings,

PA-C

· Christopher R. Boone, MD

· Robin Fuchs, MD

· Garrett D. Gray, PA-C

· Claudia M. Kalotay, PA-C

· Clark A. LaPrelle II, PA-C

· Craig M. McAllister, MD

· Sarah E. Rooksberry, PA-C

· Sanela Samardzic, PA-C

· Jeffrey D. Stepanian, PA-C

· Jeff L. Stickney, MD

· Addison T. Stone, MD

Pain Medicine

· Sarah R. Goble, PA-C

· Daniel E. Nelson, MD

Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

· Harim K. Kim, MD

· Yung J. Lee, DO

Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

· Sarah E. McMillan, MD

· George G. Min, MD

· Rikesh T. Parikh, MD

· Alexander Sobel, MD

Psychiatry

· Richard C. Geary III, MD

· Kelan R. Koenig, MD

Radiation Oncology

· Michael A. Hunter, MD

· Eric W. Taylor, MD

Radiology

· Uresh S. Patel, MD

Reproductive Endocrinology / Infertility

· Kathleen Lin, MD

Rheumatology

· Vivian V. Stone, MD

Sports Medicine

· Richard Angelo, MD

· Camille M. Clinton, MD

· Robin Fuchs, MD

· Ronald V. Gregush, MD

· Neil E. Roberts, MD

· Jeff L. Stickney, MD

Sports Medicine (Nonsurgical)

· Timothy D. Locknane, MD

Vascular Surgery

· Kerry E. Bowen, PA-C

· Brian L. Ferris, MD

· Kathleen D. Gibson, MD

· Christine M. Leafdale, ARNP

· Renee C. Minjarez, MD

· Daniel Pepper, MD

Vascular / Interventional Radiology

· William B. Crenshaw, MD

· Sanjiv Parikh, MD

Voters nominated providers via an online survey hosted by independent survey provider, Professional Research Services, which measured physician criteria such as years of experience, expertise, patient relationships and satisfaction, and compliance with industry best practices.

In addition, earlier this year Seattle magazine released its own listing of the region’s “Top Doctors,” naming 37 EvergreenHealth providers among the total 446 selected. Seattle Met named 19 of these physicians on its 2018 list.

To learn more about Seattle Met’s “Top Doctors” methodology or to view the full list, visit www.seattlemet.com/articles/2018/7/17/top-doctors-2018.

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