New York Magazine’s annual ‘Best Doctors’ list is out, and once again, several doctors from Columbia Neurosurgery are on it.
The 2015 issue names 1,282 physicians in New York who are considered by their fellow doctors to be the best in their fields.
The extensive list of specialties includes neuroradiology and neurological surgery, the areas represented by the seven physicians from this department.
New York Magazine compiles this list every year based on a screening and peer-review format that was developed by healthcare research company Castle Connolly. The company produces the Top Doctors: New York Metro Area guidebook every year, which lists the physicians who are in the top 10% of the region.
Since space prohibits New York Magazine from publishing the entire Castle Connolly list found in the book (which is available for purchase on the Castle Connolly website), the company provides the publication with a shortened version.
The Columbia Neurosurgery physicians named to the 2015 New York Magazine’s ‘Best Doctors’ list are:
Dr. Robert A. Solomon, Department Chair. He specializes in treating cerebral aneurysms, and arteriovenous malformations. He also has expertise in stereotactic radiosurgery, and carotid artery surgery.
Dr. Michael B. Sisti, Co-Director of The Center for Radiosurgery. He specializes in the treatment of brain tumors, acoustic schwannomas, complex meningiomas, and stereotactic radiosurgery.
Dr. Jeffrey N. Bruce, Co-Director of the Brain Tumor Center. He specializes in treating brain tumors, pituitary tumors, and meningiomas.
Dr. Paul C. McCormick, Director of the Spine Center. He specializes in spinal surgery and spinal tumors.
Dr. Neil A. Feldstein, Director of Pediatric Neurological Surgery. He specializes in pediatric neurosurgery, and has expertise in the treatment of Chiari Malformations and spinal dysraphism.
Dr. Guy M. McKhann II, Director of Epilepsy and Movement Disorder Surgery, the Adult Hydrocephalus Center, and Awake Brain Mapping for Tumors and Epilepsy. He specializes in the treatment of brain tumors, epilepsy, movement disorders, and adult hydrocephalus.
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