UNT Health physicians named Super Docs

December 14, 2009

More than 40,000 medical professionals across Texas were asked to nominate doctors based on the question, "If you needed medical care, which doctor would you choose?" The list appears in the December 2009 issue of Texas Monthly magazine. See which UNT Physicians are Texas Super Doctors.

UNT Health Physicians on the list:

Allergy & Immunology
John Fling, MD, associate professor of Pediatrics

Cardiology
Martin Weiss, DO, assistant professor of Internal Medicine

Hematology
Paul Bowman, MD, professor of Pediatrics

Internal Medicine
Kathleen Crowley, MD, assistant professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Psychiatry
Alan Podawiltz, DO, assistant professor and chair of Psychiatry

Rheumatology
Bernard Rubin, DO, MPH (‘ 01), professor of Internal Medicine

Surgery – Orthopaedics
David Lichtman, MD, professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Arvind Nana, MD, associate professor of Orthopaedic Surgery
Russell Wagner, MD, associate professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

For more on UNT Health visit www.unthealth.org. To schedule an appointment with a UNT Health physician, call (817) 735-DOCS.

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