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Annual List of 'Best Doctors in Dallas' Showcases Texas Institute for Surgery Physicians
Date:9/18/2008

DALLAS, Sept. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 60 physicians credentialed to practice at the Texas Institute for Surgery at Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas were honored by D Magazine at its annual Best Doctors event.

"Texas Institute for Surgery is one of the premier specialty surgical hospitals in the country and it is a tremendous honor to have so many of our physicians again included in this prestigious list. The physicians who operate at TIS are undoubtedly some of the finest in the country," says Debbie Hay, RN, BSN, CASC, president, Texas Institute for Surgery. "Every day TIS surgeons and our staff are engaged in performing state of the art surgical procedures in our facility. By being associated with these award winning physicians, we are contributing to the improvement in the quality of health in our community."

D Magazine "Top Doctors of Dallas" recognized surgeons in nearly every specialty at TIS -- orthopedic surgery, back and spine surgery, ENT procedures, sports medicine, plastic surgery, foot and ankle surgery, and urological surgical care.
Doctors included in the 2008 list by specialty are:

Infectious Disease

Mirza S. Hasan, MD

Allison M. Liddell, MD

Gabre K. Tseggay, MD

Neurosurgery

Jeremy W. Denning, MD

John M. Desaloms, MD

Richard H. Jackson, MD

Richard L. Weiner, MD

Orthopaedics

Michael Champine, MD

Michael V. Doyle, MD

John S. Early, MD

Michael M. Katz, MD

James B. Montgomery, MD

John H. Peloza, MD

John Racanelli, MD

Timothy Schacherer, MD

Robert Scheinberg, MD

W. Dennis Stripling, MD

William Tucker, Jr., MD

Ophthalmology

James Merritt, MD

Otolaryngology

Ford D. Albritton, MD

Evan S, Bates, MD

C. Spencer Cochran, MD

Bradford Gamble, MD

John R. Gilmore, MD

Gary P. Goldsmith, MD

Stephen A. Landers, MD

Presley M. Mock, MD


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