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Four Texas Fertility Center Physicians Chosen as Super Doctors®
Date:2/26/2013

Austin, Tx (PRWEB) February 26, 2013

Four doctors with Texas Fertility Center were selected by their peers to join an elite group of active physicians. Dr. Thomas Vaughn, Dr. Kaylen Silverberg, Dr. Lisa Hansard and Dr. Natalie Burger were named this year’s Super Doctors®, indicating that their peers believe them to be in the top 5% of practicing doctors in the Austin area.

Super Doctors® is a listing of outstanding physicians from more than 40 medical specialties who have attained a high degree of peer recognition or professional achievement. Each year, doctors are encouraged to nominate colleagues they know to be exceptional in their specified field. Physicians are asked to consider the following question: If you needed medical care in one of the following specialties, which doctor would you choose?

“It is an honor to have been chosen as Super Doctors® by our peers,” said Dr. Thomas Vaughn, Texas Fertility Center founding physician. “We at Texas Fertility Center work to ensure that our patients receive state-of-the-art, customized treatment with compassion and understanding. That is only possible when you recruit and retain the best and brightest physicians. We are fortunate to have an exceptional team of doctors who consistently put their patients first.”

Candidates were evaluated on 10 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement, including experience, academic achievements, professional activities, board certifications, publications, lectures and presentations. The number of doctors receiving this honor is limited to approximately 5 percent of the region’s active physicians.

Since 2005, Key Professional Media, Inc., has published Super Doctors lists across the country in newspapers, inserts and magazine special sections devoted to Super Doctors. Honorees are also found online at superdoctors.com, where selected doctors can be searched by name, practice area and
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