UNT Health Physicians are “”Texas Super Docs””

Twelve UNT Health physicians were chosen as “Texas Super Docs” for the December 2007 edition of Texas Monthly, which will hit newsstands today.

More than 40,000 medical professionals across Texas were asked to nominate one or more doctors, other than themselves, for the list, based on the question, “If you needed medical care, which doctor would you choose?”

The list also includes Texas doctors who have received special recognition from their peers or demonstrated expertise in their specialties, based on the replies received from polled physicians.

“Texas Super Docs” listed in the publication include John Fling, MD, allergist; Fred “Rick” Schaller, DO, cardiology; Ralph Anderson, MD, obstetrics/gynecology; Kathleen Crowley, MD, obstetrics/gynecology; Alan Podawiltz, DO, psychiatry; Bernard Rubin, DO, internal medicine; Sam Buchanan, DO, general surgery; David Lichtman, MD, orthopedic surgery; Russell Wagner, MD, orthopedic surgery; Martin Weiss, DO, cardiology; Arvind Nana, MD, trauma reconstruction; and Stephen Weis, DO, internal medicine.

UNT Health is the physician practice for the UNT Health Science Center’s Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. It is the largest multispecialty medical group in Fort Worth, composed of more than 150 physicians.

To learn more about UNT Health, visit the Web site at http://www.unthealth.org

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