UNT Health physicians are Super Doctors! Just ask Texas Monthly

December 11, 2012

Eleven UNT Health physicians have been selected as “Texas Super Doctors 2012” in the December issue of Texas Monthly magazine.

Those named, and their respective specialty, are:

Paul Bowman, Pediatrics
Joseph Burkett, Psychiatry
Kathleen Crowley, OB-GYN
Gary Etter, Psychiatry
John Fling, Allergy & Immunology
Janice Knebl, Geriatrics
David Lichtman, Orthopaedics
Arvind Nana, Orthopaedics
Alan Podawiltz, Psychiatry
Russell Wagner, Orthopaedics
Scott Winter, Psychiatry

Doctors across the state were asked to nominate physicians they would choose in seeking medical care. Doctors were grouped into 42 specialties. Professionals with the highest scores from each group were invited to serve on a blue-ribbon panel and asked to evaluate the candidates in their specialty. Finally, doctors who acquired the highest total points from the surveys, research and blue-ribbon panel review were selected for inclusion.

 

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