Northeast Georgia Medical Center Recognizes Physicians Named to Atlanta Magazine's 2016 Top Doctors List

Published on July 26, 2016

Each year, Atlanta magazine publishes a roster of whom it considers the best metro Atlanta doctors, as chosen by peer physicians.  Northeast Georgia Medical Center (NGMC) is proud to recognize 27 physicians, currently serving on-staff at NGMC, who have been named to the 2016 Top Doctors list, including:

Ginnie Abarbanell, MD, Sibley Heart Center Cardiology

Joon Ahn, MD, The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Alexander Allaire, MD, The Longstreet Clinic, Gainesville Perinatal Center

Marta Bognar, MD, Arthritis Center of North Georgia

Amy Bullens-Borrow, MD, OrthoTLC, The Longstreet Clinic 

Eugene Cindea, MD, The Longstreet Clinic, Center for Pediatrics

Michael Connor, MD, The Longstreet Clinic, Center for Women's Health

Mitchell Davis, MD, The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Marti Gibbs, MD, The Longstreet Clinic

Matthey Harris, MD, Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic

Brenda Hott, MD, The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Mark Leimbach, MD, The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Richard LoCicero, MD, The Longstreet Clinic, Cancer Center

Tracy Lovell, MD, Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic

Holmes Marchman, MD, The Longstreet Clinic

Jeffrey Marshall, MD, The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Thomas Murray, MD, Northeast Georgia Diagnostic Clinic

Khaled Nass, MD, Kidney Care Center of Georgia

Jeff Reinhardt, MD, The Longstreet Clinic, Center for Women's Health

Robert Richard, MD, The Longstreet Clinic, Obesity Solutions

Salem Sayar, MD, The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Karl Schultz Jr., MD, The Longstreet Clinic

Timothy Scully, MD, The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Pradyumna Tummala, MD, The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center

Neill Videlefsky, MD, Pediatric Cardiology Services, Inc.

A. Daniel Winston, MD, Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery

J. Alan Wolfe, MD, Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery

Atlanta magazine used Castle Connolly, a physician-led healthcare research and information company, to compile its list.  Castle Connolly’s established nomination survey, research, screening and selection process involves an online nomination process in which all licensed MDs and DOs in the U.S. are able to nominate peer physicians they believe are among the best.  This year’s list considered physicians with primary offices in Carroll, Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Hall, Henry and Rockdale counties.

For more information about physicians at Northeast Georgia Medical Center, visit www.nghs.com/doctors.

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