Forty-one physicians at the Care New England hospitals – Butler Hospital, Kent Hospital, and Women & Infants Hospital – have been named to Rhode Island Monthly's 2012 list of Top Docs.The list appears in the May issue, now on newsstands.
One physician from Butler, 20 from Kent and 21 from Women & Infants (one has privileges at both Kent and Women & Infants hospitals) were selected among the Top Docs, including:
Neurology – Dr. Joseph Friedman
Allergy/Immunology - Dr. Mark Andreozzi and Dr. Anthony Ricci; Critical Care Medicine – Dr. Michael Dacey and Dr. Ehsun Mirza; Endocrinology – Dr. Nathalie Campbell; General/Family Practice – Dr. Denise Arcand; Hematology/Oncology – Dr. Sundaresan Sambandam; Infectious Diseases – Dr. David Lowe; Nephrology – Dr. Christopher Cosgrove; Neurology – Dr. Arshad Iqbal; Neurosurgery – Dr. Maria Guglielmo; Otolaryngology – Dr. Mark Andreozzi; Psychiatry – Dr. Robin Stern; Pulmonary Diseases – Dr. Thomas Raimondo; Radiation Oncology – Dr. Philip Maddock; Rheumatology – Dr. Virginia Parker; Surgery: Breast – Dr. Candace Dyer; Surgery: Cardiac/Thoracic – Dr. Laurie Reeder; Surgery: Plastic/Reconstructive – Dr. Pierre Michaud; Surgery: Vascular – Dr. Guy Lancellotti; Urology: Dr. Daniel Jaffee.
Women & Infants Hospital
Cardiology - Dr. Thomas Drew; Gastroenterology – Dr. Nicholas Califano; Gynecologic Oncology – Drs. Stephen Falkenberry, Skip Granai and Richard Moore; Gynecology/Obstetrics – Drs. David Beitle, Kathleen Bowling and Scott Walker; Infectious Disease – Dr. Staci Fischer; Pediatrics – Drs. John Finigan, Richard Greco, Robert Griffith, and Howard Silversmith; Reproductive Endocrinology – Drs. Bala Bhagavath, Andrew Blazar, Sandra Carson, Gary Frishman, and Carol Wheeler; Surgery: Breast – Drs. Maureen Chung and Jennifer Gass; and Surgery: Plastic/Reconstructive – Dr. Pierre Michaud.
Thousands of Rhode Island licensed physicians were sent a survey and asked to name the specialist they would choose if a family member or friend had a medical problem. The names that appeared most frequently on the survey make up 161 of the state's finest doctors, as voted by their peers.
About Care New England
Care New England, located in Providence, was founded in 1996 by Butler Hospital, Kent Hospital and Women & Infants Hospital. Care New England is a not-for-profit health care system that offers a continuum of quality care.Our system includes two teaching hospitals affiliated with The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Butler and Women & Infants; a community hospital and the second largest hospital in Rhode Island, Kent; a visiting nurse and home care/hospice agency, VNA of Care New England; and the Care New England Wellness Center.For more information about Care New England, please visit carenewengland.org.