UNTHSC physicians named 2015 Top Docs

April 10, 2015

Fort Worth, Texas magazine has honored 39 UNT Health Science Center physicians as “Top Docs.” They were selected as a result of surveys of fellow health care providers. They practice in clinics and hospitals across Tarrant County.

Those named, and their respective specialties, are:

John Fling, MDCardiac/Thoracic Surgery
and Vascular Surgery

Albert Yurvati, DO

Stephen Weis, DO

Long Hoang, DO
Monte Troutman, DO

Janice Knebl, DO
Amy Moss, DO
Sarah Ross, DO

Infectious Disease
Barbara Atkinson, DO

Internal Medicine
Darrin D’Agostino, DO

Kollier Hinkle, MD
Kathleen Crowley, MD,
Internal Medicine/Hematology

William Jordan, DO

Orthopaedic Surgery
Thad Dean, DO
Douglas Dickson, MD
Arvind Nana, MD
Timothy Niacaris, MD
Hugo Sanchez, MD
Russell Wagner, MD
Bobby Wroten, MD

Palliative Care
Alvin Mathe’, DOPediatrics
Toyya Goodrich, DO
Raheela Hafeez, MD
Sarah Matches, DO

Brian Carpenter, DPM
Alan Garrett, DPM
Lena Levine, DPM
Travis Motley, DPM

Psychiatry & Behavioral Health
Gary Etter, MD
Elma Granado, MD
Cheryl Hurd, MD
Prema Manjunath, MD
Carol Nati, MD
Alan Podawiltz, DO
Leslie W. Smith, MD
A. Scott Winter, MD

Rehabilitation/Physical Medicine
Michael Wimmer, MD

Sports Medicine
Daniel Clearfield, DO
Brian Webb, MD


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