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Release Date: 05/17/2016

Seventy-four physicians with privileges at four Care New England hospitals – Butler, Kent, Memorial, and Women & Infants hospitals – have been named to Rhode Island Monthly’s 2016 list of Top Docs. Multiple physicians have privileges at two or more hospitals in the system. The list appears in the May issue, now on newsstands.

Butler Hospital

Hospice/Palliative Care – Dr. Kate Lally
Nephrology --- Dr. Richard Cottiero
Neurology – Dr. Joseph Friedman; Psychiatry – Dr. Robin Stern

Kent Hospital

Allergy/Immunology – Drs. David Katzen, Anthony Ricci and John Zwetchkenbaum
Anesthesiology – Dr. Vijay Sudheendra
Breast Surgery – Dr. Candace Dyer
Cardiac/Thoracic Surgery – Dr. Laurie Reeder
Colon/Rectal Surgery – Dr. Melissa Murphy
Critical Care Medicine – Dr. Ehsun Mirza; Endocrinology – Drs. Nathalie Campbell and Robert Dobrzynski
Gastroenterology – Drs. William Chen, Christy Dibble and Joel Spellun
General/Family Practice – Drs. Denise Arcand and Emily Harrison
Gynecology/Obstetrics – Dr. Douglas J. Nisbet
Gynecologic Oncology – Drs. Paul DiSilvestro, Stephen Falkenberry, Skip Granai and Katina Robison
Hematology/Oncology – Dr. Sundaresan Sambandam
Hospice/Palliative Care – Dr. Kate Lally
Infectious Disease – Dr. David Lowe
Internal Medicine – Dr. Brian Pickett
Nephrology – Drs. Christopher Cosgrove and Charles McCoy
Neurology – Drs. Joseph Friedman and Arshad Iqbal
Neurosurgery – Dr. Maria Guglielmo
Orthopedic Surgery – Dr. Robert Shalvoy
Otolaryngology – Dr. Mark P. Andreozzi
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery – Drs. David Barrall and Pierre Michaud
Psychiatry – Dr. Robin Stern
Pulmonary Diseases – Dr. Thomas Raimondo
Rehabilitation/Physical Medicine – Dr. Matthew Smith
Sports Medicine – Dr. Jeffrey Manning
Urology – Drs. Steven Colagiovanni and Angelo Cambio
Vascular Surgery – Dr. Guy Lancellotti

Memorial Hospital

Breast Surgery – Dr. Jennifer Gass
Cardiac/Thoracic Surgery – Dr. Laurie Reeder
Dermatology – Dr. David Pomerantz
Gastroenterology – Dr. Samir Shah
General/Family Practice – Drs. Emily Harrison and Susanna Magee
Gynecologic Oncology – Drs. Stephen Falkenberry, Skip Ganai and Katina Robison
Hospice/Palliative Care – Dr. Kate Lally
Infectious Diseases – Dr. Glenn Fort
Nephrology – Drs. Christopher Cosgrove, Richard Cottiero and Charles McCoy
Neurology – Dr. Arshad Iqbal
Orthopedic Surgery – Dr. Robert Shalvoy
Otolaryngology – Dr. John M. Tarro
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery – Dr. David Barrall
Radiation Oncology – Drs. Kathy Radie-Keane and Scott Triedman
Sports Medicine – Drs. Razib Khaund and Jeffrey Manning
Urology - Dr. Angelo Cambio
Vascular Surgery – Dr. Guy Lancellotti

Women & Infants Hospital

Breast Surgery – Drs. Candace Dyer and Jennifer Gass
Colon/Rectal Surgery – Drs. Matthew Vrees, Adam Klipfel, Melissa Murphy and Steven Schechter
Gastroenterology – Drs. Paul Akerman, William Chen and Christy Dibble
General Surgery – Dr. Beth Ryder
General/Family Practice – Drs. Emily Harrison and Mark Rosenberg
Gynecologic Oncology – Drs. Christina Bandera, Pail DiSilvestro, Stephen Falkenberry, Skip Granai and Katina Robison
Gynecology/Obstetrics – Drs. David M. Beitle, Kathleen Bowling, Jane Sharp and W. Scott Walker
Hospice/Palliative Care – Dr. Kate Lally
Infectious Diseases – Drs. Penelope Dennehy and Erica Hardy
Nephrology – Dr. Charles McCoy
Pediatrics – Drs. William Turtle and Jane Dennison
Plastic/Reconstructive Surgery – Dr. Pierre Michaud
Radiation Oncology – Drs. Thomas DiPetrillo and Kathy Radie-Keane
Radiation Oncology – Dr. Scott Triedman
Radiology – Drs. Michael Wallach and Jeffrey Rogg
Reproductive Endocrinology – Drs. Carol Wheeler, Gary Frishman and Ruben Alvero
Surgical Oncology – Drs. Steven Katz and Thomas Miner
Urology – Dr. Anthony Caldamone
Vascular Surgery – Dr. Jeffrey Slaiby

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 163 of the state’s finest doctors, as voted by their peers.

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