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2012 List of Best Doctors in Dallas Features Texas Institute for Surgery Physicians

DALLAS, Oct. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — More than 40 physicians credentialed to practice at Texas Institute for Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas are recognized by D Magazine in its October issue, Best Doctors 2012.

Best Doctors is an annual peer-review voting process. The nomination form asked board-certified doctors to cast a vote bearing in mind the following question: Which Dallas doctors would you trust with the care of a loved one? Robert Scheinberg, M.D., an orthopedic surgeon on the medical staff of Texas Institute for Surgery, is featured on the cover of the issue.

“The Texas Institute for Surgery is proud to be associated with the highest quality surgeons and staff,” said TIS President David Helfer, FACHE. “At TIS, we believe we have some of the most outstanding surgeons in Dallas. And, having so many of our surgeons recognized by D Magazine as Dallas’ Best Doctors bolsters that belief. We are all honored by that achievement.”

Texas Institute for Surgery (TIS) offers a full range of surgical procedures including orthopedic, spine, pain management and ENT, among others. D Magazine recognized surgeons from nearly every specialty offered at TIS.

TIS received the Dallas 100 Award from the SMU Cox Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship for six consecutive years. TIS was also a winner in the 2010 Greater Dallas Business Ethics Awards.

TIS doctors who are listed as Best Docs by specialty are:

Cosmetic/Reconstructive Surgery

Gregg Anigian, MD
Patrick Hodges, MD
Hamlet Newsom, MD
Patrick Pownell, MD
Steven White, MD

Emergency Medicine

Lawrence Hum, MD

General Surgery

Alexandra Dresel, MD

Hand Surgeons

Jay Boulas, MD
Timothy Schacherer, MD
Dennis Stripling, MD

Infectious Disease Surgeons

Elaine Haron, MD
Allison Liddell, MD
Gabre Tseggay, MD

Neurosurgery

Jeremy Denning, MD
Richard Jackson, MD
Jon Krumerman, MD
Richard Weiner, MD

Ophthalmology/Lasik

James Merritt, MD

Orthopedic Surgery

Michael Champine, MD
James Montgomery, MD
Robert Scheinberg, MD
William Tucker, MD

Otolaryngology

Ford Albritton, IV, MD
Evan Bates, MD
Bradford Gamble, MD
Stephen Landers, MD

Pain Management

Kenneth Reed, MD
Kelly Will, MD

Podiatry

Leon Brill, MD

Sleep Medicine

Nabeel Farah, MD

Spinal Surgery

Charles Banta, MD
John Peloza, MD

Urology

Brian Feagins, MD
Joshua Fine, MD
Steve Frost, MD
Pat Fox Fulgham, MD
Keith Kadesky, MD
Mitchell Moskowitz, MD
H. Jake Porter, MD
Eric Smith, MD
Matthew Wilner, MD

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