31 Greenwich Hospital Physicians on “Top Doctors” List

Monday, March 27, 2017
Greenwich, CT (March 27, 2017) – Thirty-one Greenwich Hospital-affiliated physicians and nearly 300 throughout Yale New Haven Health have been selected by their colleagues to be included in Connecticut Magazine’s 2017 Top Doctors listing. 

“Our exceptional medical staff – comprised of physicians and surgeons known for their expertise as well as their bedside manner – enables Greenwich Hospital to provide our patients and the community with the highest level of care across many specialties,” said Norman G. Roth, president of Greenwich Hospital. “Patients benefit from the scope and depth of their expertise.” 

The magazine conducted an annual survey of more than 5,000 doctors, asking them to recommend a doctor other than themselves to whom they would send a loved one for expert medical care. The responses produced a list of more than 800 doctors in over 30 specialties. 

For more information on the Greenwich Hospital doctors named in this year’s “Top Doctors” issue, visit www.greenwichhospital.org

Greenwich Hospital physicians among Connecticut “Top Doctors” are: 

Paul Apostolides, MD, Neurosurgery 
James Bonheur, MD, General Surgery 
Steven Bramwit, MD, Otolaryngology 
Henry Cabin, MD, Cardiology 
Mark Camel, MD, Neurosurgery 
William Hines, MD, Nephrology 
Peter Hughes, MD, Orthopedic Surgery 
Paul Juan, MD, Pediatrics 
Brian Kavanagh, MD, Orthopedic Surgery 
Anya Kishinevsky, MD, Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 
Arnold Korval, MD, Pediatrics 
Mark Litchman, MD, Allergy Immunology 
Michelle Marrinan, MD, Otolaryngology 
Agnieszka Matczuk, MD, Allergy Immunology 
Gavin McLeod, MD, Infectious Disease 
Peter McWhorter, MD, General Surgery 
Philip McWhorter, MD, General Surgery 
Seth Miller, MD, Orthopedic Surgery 
Michael Nurzia, MD, Urology 
David Passaretti, MD, Plastic Reconstructive Surgery 
Cory Rosenstein, MD, Neurosurgery 
Alice Rusk, MD, Neurology 
James Sabetta, MD, Infectious Disease 
Stephen Salzer MD, Otolaryngology 
Richard Santarosa, MD, Urology 
Marc Silver, MD, Orthopedic Surgery 
Scott Simon, MD, Neurosurgery 
Joseph Sproviero, MD, Allergy Immunology 
Craig Tifford, MD, Orthopedics 
Marco Verga, MD, Radiology 
Felice Zwas, MD, Gastroenterology 

Greenwich Hospital is a member of Yale New Haven Health. Greenwich is a 206-bed (includes 32 isolettes) community hospital serving lower Fairfield County, Connecticut and Westchester County, New York. It is a academic affiliate of Yale School of Medicine. Since opening in 1903, Greenwich Hospital has evolved into a progressive medical center and teaching institution representing all medical specialties and offering a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and wellness programs. Greenwich Hospital is recognized throughout the healthcare industry as a leader in service and patient satisfaction excellence. Greenwich Hospital has the prestigious Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the nation’s highest honor of nursing excellence.

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