Top Doctors 2008

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Even in our little slice of paradise, we have to watch our health—and we need good doctors to watch it with us. Fortunately, as in so many other things, we’ve got choices. Many world-class physicians have come here to enjoy the same sunshine, arts and lifestyle we do. They’re also drawn by our demographics, which […]


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Even in our little slice of paradise, we have to watch our health—and we need good doctors to watch it with us. Fortunately, as in so many other things, we’ve got choices. Many world-class physicians have come here to enjoy the same sunshine, arts and lifestyle we do. They’re also drawn by our demographics, which include lots of boomers and seniors with the motivation—and the resources—to stay healthy and vital well into their later years. As a result, our little town enjoys big-time medical services.

 

 

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Top Doctors
in Sarasota
Allergy & Immunology Obstetrics & Gynecology
Cardiovascular Disease Ophthalmology
Colon & Rectal Surgery Orthopaedic Surgery
Dermatology Otolaryngology
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Pediatrics
Family Medicine Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Gastroenterology Plastic Surgery
Gynecologic Oncology Psychiatry
Infectious Disease Pulmonary Disease
Internal Medicine Rheumatology
Medical Oncology Surgery
Nephrology Thoracic Surgery
Neurological Surgery Urology
Neurology
To search the whole list click here.

 

Need proof? Representing 31 specialties and many more subspecialties, the 52 physicians on our top doctors list are just the tip of the iceberg, the highest echelon in a community of expert healthcare. The doctors you see here were nominated by their peers and rigorously screened by Castle-Connolly Medical, a research firm that compiles listings of top doctors throughout the country. In late 2008 they launched America’s Cosmetic Doctors, which contains a free, searchable database of over 5,000 fully vetted physicians involved in the cosmetic sector.

But you don’t have to take their word for it: In the following pages, you’ll also hear from four patients who received life-changing treatment from the top doctors on our list.

In your quest for a doctor who suits your needs, consider this list a jumping-off point. Personal chemistry and your own comfort are vital when it comes to healthcare, so finding the best doctor for you takes more than professional accolades. After all, it’s their job—but it’s your health. -Hannah Wallace

 

A 55-year-old heavy smoker develops lung cancer. Surgery gives him a second chance.

Joe Buccolo, a Bradenton-based, motorcycle-riding retired financial director, and his neighbor, Naples, Italy-born thoracic surgeon Dr. Alessandro Golino, were friendly. They would wave when they saw each other, but when Buccolo, 55, needed Golino’s medical expertise, their casual acquaintance deepened into a different kind of relationship.

“I had shortness of breath and was sweating profusely,” Buccolo explains. “My regular doctor suggested a chest X-ray.”

The chest X-ray revealed a large tumor in the upper right lobe of Buccolo’s lung—lung cancer. His doctor referred him to Manatee Cardiac Surgery and Golino.

“One day I saw him driving down the street; the next he showed up at my office,” Golino says.

“And when I looked at his CT scan, I was concerned. With a lung cancer patient, you ask yourself three questions: 1. Can we completely remove the cancer? 2. Are the patient’s lungs strong enough to take the surgery? 3. Are the lymph nodes involved? Joe’s lungs were really bad; he was a heavy smoker, and his lungs reflected that. But the cancer hadn’t spread to the lymph nodes, and we were able to proceed.”

Buccolo was scheduled for surgery on Dec. 10, 2007, to remove a third of his lung. “Dr. Golino had some other surgeries that day, so mine kept getting pushed back,” Buccolo says. “Finally, at 7 p.m., he was able to operate—and it took until almost midnight. But he was fully confident that he could do it, even after that long day, and he did.”

Buccolo spent five days in the hospital and says that during that time he really came to know his neighbor. “The guy’s just phenomenal,” he says. “He took the time to explain and help me understand what was going on. I would never want to go through what I went through with anybody but him.”

Golino stresses the importance of having symptoms like those Buccolo was experiencing checked by a doctor. “Lung cancer is very treatable,” Golino says, “but you should never underestimate your symptoms. Joe got lucky—and now he’s back on his Harley.” —Megan McDonald           

At the gym, a 39-year-old suffers a major heart attack. A new cardiac program helps save his life.

After a demanding cardio routine at the gym, 39-year-old Tim Beach was standing in the lobby talking to his business partner. “Suddenly I got a terrible pain in my back,” Beach says. “I thought I’d done something working out.”

But a minute later, Beach says, “I felt a rush, like I might pass out.” He lay down on the floor and asked the owner of the gym to call an ambulance.

Dr. James Fox, an interventional cardiologist and the founder of the national Direct Angioplasty Saves Hearts (DASH) program, was on call atSarasotaMemorialHospital. He quickly decided that Beach was having a heart attack and had him taken to the cath lab. Cardiologists volunteer to be on call for the DASH program because speed is essential in treating heart attacks. “There’s a real dedication,” Fox explains. “This is not something you typically find outside of university medical centers.”

At the lab, Fox inserted a catheter through Beach’s groin and discovered a piece of plaque had broken off the side of his artery wall and caused total blockage.

“I was wide awake, watching TV. It was pretty bizarre,” Beach says. “I said, ‘Doc, I’ve got a wife and two kids—please don’t let me die.’”

Fox inserted a stent to hold Beach’s artery open and cleared the blockage within 20 minutes. “The heart can recover in about six hours, but after 60 to 90 minutes, the condition becomes more severe,” he explains. “Time is muscle.”

Thanks to the speed and efficiency of his treatment, Beach had virtually no heart damage. “Dr. Fox said that had I waited two or three hours longer, we could have been talking about a heart transplant,” he says. “I’m a testament to the idea that you should listen to your body if something [feels] wrong.”

Beach made some dietary and exercise changes and now goes to see Dr. Fox regularly. “He’s a brilliant surgeon and a genuinely warm, nice guy,” he says. “He spent an hour with me in the recovery room and assured me that I was going to be OK. Even during surgery in the cath lab, he talked me through everything. That’s a great quality in a doctor when you’re going through something like that.” —Megan McDonald

 

Born weighing less than 12.9 ounces after only 27 weeks of gestation, she became a landmark Sarasota success story.

Fourteen-year-old Caci Burke, an eighth-grader atBradenton’sJohnsonMiddle School, has an ear-to-ear grin and talks nonstop. You’d never guess that when this healthy, energetic girl was born, she weighed only 12.9 ounces and could fit into the palm of a hand.

Caci’s mother, Tina Burke, began her pregnancy with high blood pressure and chronic hypertension. Her doctor referred her to Dr. Washington Hill, a specialist who’s currently the director of maternal and fetal medicine and the prenatal center atSarasotaMemorialHospital.

“When you have high blood pressure, your vessels are constricting,” Hill explains. “During pregnancy, that causes decreased blood flow to the placenta, which means the baby is not getting enough nutrition, and its growth is stunted.”

Tina’s high blood pressure led to the development of toxemia, or pre-eclampsia, a dangerous condition that meant that Caci had to be delivered at only 27 weeks.

“I said, ‘Only Dr. Hill can deliver my baby,’” Burke says. “When the time came for Caci to be born, he was away at a conference, but he got on a plane and came right back.

“Timing played a big factor in Caci’s birth,” Hill says. “To have a 12.9-ounce baby is one thing, but to have a 12.9-ounce baby at 27 weeks is another, especially with the stress of the pregnancy. That’s an unusual combination.”

“She was small, but everything was there,” says Tina Burke with a laugh. “And after she left the [neonatal intensive care unit, or NICU], there were no complications. She just needed to gain weight.”

The Sarasota NICU is the only one of its kind in the area and one of the few NICUs on the west coast ofFlorida. Caci was the smallest baby ever delivered here. “Ours is a level-three NICU,” Hill says. “Before it was created, patients had to go toMiamior St. Pete, so it really benefits this area—and it helped Caci survive. Hers was a landmark case forSarasota.”

Caci, who lists hanging out with friends, music and writing as her favorite pastimes, sees Dr. Hill regularly at NICU reunions, along with several of the nurses that helped deliver her.

“Dr. Hill is a real nice gentleman,” she says with a big smile. “I knew I was going to be fine.” —Megan McDonald

 

A healthy 48-year-old develops neurological symptoms and goes into a coma. The diagnosis: one of the rarest cancers in the world.

Steven and Kim Motycka knew something was wrong when Steven, the normally healthy 48-year-old owner of a home security company, developed slurred speech and weakness in his right hand in 2003. After a series of tests and assembling a team of other specialists, neurologist Dr. Donald Negroski could conclude only that Motycka’s symptoms were similar to, but not completely consistent with, multiple sclerosis.

Meanwhile, Motycka kept getting sicker. He was admitted to the hospital and fell into a coma, relying on a breathing machine to stay alive—with no diagnosis determined.

As a last resort, Motycka’s doctors did a brain biopsy and sent it to John Hopkins. The results: Motycka had intravascular lymphoma, a cancer that has appeared in only 10 patients over the last several years. “There’s only been a handful of cases in the world,” Negroski says. “A few inJapan, some inEngland—and it’s usually diagnosed on autopsy.”

Because intravascular lymphoma is so rare, there’s no standardized treatment for it. So Negroski and his team, which included Dr. Jameel Audeh and Negroski’s colleague, Dr. Dean Sutherland, among others, came up with a handcrafted approach. “We used Rituxan, a chemotherapeutic agent that’s been used in some newer cases,” Negroski says. “Luckily, Steven began responding to it.”

Almost instantly, Motycka started to wake up. At first he couldn’t talk, eat or sit up and needed constant assistance. But now, five years after his diagnosis, Motycka, who chokes up when he discusses his experience, is walking and talking. He doesn’t remember much of his stay in the hospital and still has some coordination problems, but he does light exercise daily, plays golf as often as he can, and spends time with a core group of friends that’s served as an unwavering support system, which also includes the couple’s three children, Steven Jr., Nicole and Michael, who still live in the area.

The children and his wife, Kim, decided to celebrate Motycka’s five-year-old remission this summer. “We’re taking a big family cruise,” Kim says as she smiles at her husband. —Megan McDonald

 

Behind the List

What you need to know about Top Doctors.

 

Where does the list come from? Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., a 16-year-old, New York-based healthcare research company, identifies top doctors throughout the country and creates national, regional and specialized lists that have been featured in a number of publications, including Money Magazine, Redbook and New York Magazine.

 

How are doctors chosen? Castle Connolly sends nomination forms to a randomly selected group (about 50 percent) of board-certified doctors in the area (in this case, Sarasota and Manatee counties). Those doctors anonymously nominate their peers. They’re asked to choose physicians to whom they would send members of their own family and to consider training, clinical skills and interpersonal skills. Physician-led Castle Connolly researchers also supplement nominations by interviewing hospital presidents, chiefs of staff, nursing heads and other leaders in local healthcare. A preliminary list of top doctors finalists are then checked against a number of databases to confirm board certification, licensing and disciplinary history.

 

Where does the information in the listings come from? Nominees submit extensive professional biographies, including current practice information such as languages spoken and the length of time to secure an appointment.

 

Can doctors buy their way in? No. Doctors do not pay Castle Connolly to be placed on the list, and there is no link between this list and advertisers in Sarasota Magazine.

 

Does Sarasota Magazine edit the list? Only to adjust addresses, etc. to fit into our magazine’s style. Substantive changes to the list—such as removing a doctor—are rare and only made in consultation with Castle Connolly.

 

My doctor received notification from Castle Connolly and is listed on Castle Connolly’s Web site. Why doesn’t he appear on this list? Castle Connolly provides Sarasota Magazine with a list of only the top-tier doctors in each specialty—that is, those most highly recommended. The complete Castle Connolly list for the top doctors inSarasota and Manatee counties includes more doctors than you see here.

 

How can I see the whole list? You may search among all of Castle Connolly’s approximately 20,000 top doctors by registering and paying a fee to become a premium member on Castle Connolly’s Web site, www.castleconnolly.com. Memberships are available for one-day, one-year and two-year increments. The top 1 percent of doctors in the nation also appear in Castle Connolly’s America’s Top Doctors 7th edition.

 

My doctor isn’t named by Castle Connolly at all. Does that mean she’s a bad doctor? No. Many outstanding doctors are not included on this list. The list represents only those physicians who have been nominated as top doctors by their peers and verified through Castle Connolly’s research team. The company continually identifies and adds outstanding doctors to its database. However, Castle Connolly readily admits that it cannot list every excellent doctor practicing medicine today.

TOP PATIENTS

What you need to know to get the best from an excellent doctor.

Like it or not, you, the patient, bear a good deal of responsibility for your own care, especially when it comes to finding the right doctor, understanding your options and maintaining a healthy relationship with the people handling your medical needs.

If you’re new to town or just looking for a new doctor, start with referral lines, Web sites, friends and family. Hospital referral lines especially can give you a quick summary of a doctor’s credentials, specialty and background, so that you can pinpoint doctors who meet your preferences. And doctors with hospital affiliation have already undergone a rigorous screening process. Plus, referral lines can usually tell you which doctors are currently accepting patients—and that can be an issue here, especially in certain specialties.

Above all, you must find a physician with whom you can comfortably communicate. This may mean visiting more than one doctor—stick with it. Some patients may prefer an aggressive, take-charge physician; others are comfortable with a relaxed listener; still others are looking for a doctor with a formal, businesslike demeanor. Figure out what personality works best for you, and don’t settle for a doctor who makes you uncomfortable and hesitant to discuss your health. He can’t help you if you can’t tell him how you feel.

Write down your history, symptoms, questions and concerns before your appointment. Don’t leave before you’ve covered everything on the list. Call the office if you have additional questions. Your doctor should be accessible, and his staff can be valuable resources, too.

Don’t be afraid to get a second opinion. This is your health; no one cares about it the way you do; and you’re entitled to gather all the information you need. And remember, a second opinion should not come from the Internet or a telephone consultation. You need to be examined in person so that the doctor can form a complete and educated opinion.

When looking for a doctor to give you a second opinion, ask trusted friends or your health insurance provider. You can even ask your own doctor for a recommendation. “Don’t worry about hurting your doctor’s feelings,” says the Web site for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. “Most doctors welcome a second opinion, especially when surgery or long-term treatment is involved.”

Castle Connolly’s physician-led team of researchers follows a rigorous screening process to select top doctors on both the national and regional levels. Using mail and telephone surveys, and electronic ballots, they ask physicians and the medical leadership of leading hospitals to identify highly skilled, exceptional doctors. Careful screening of doctors’ educational and professional experience is essential before final selection is made among those physicians most highly regarded by their peers. Physicians selected for inclusion in this magazine’s “Top Doctors” feature may also appear as Regional Top Doctors online at www.castleconnolly.com, or in one of Castle Connolly’s Top Doctors guides, such as America’s Top Doctors® or America’s Top Doctors® for Cancer. 

 

The List

 

Allergy & Immunology

Donna Jamieson

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

2650 Bahia Vista St., Suite 304

Sarasota, FL 34239-2699

(941) 366-9711

 

Cardiovascular Disease

Stephen Culp

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Heart Specialists of Sarasota

1852 Hillview St., Suite 308

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-4250

Interventional Cardiology

 

Michael Mollod

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

Sarasota Heart Center

1921 Waldemere St., Suite 512

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-8185

Coronary Artery Disease, Cardiac Catheterization

 

Alberto Montalvo

Manatee Memorial Hospital

Bradenton Cardiology Center

316 Manatee Ave. W.

 

Bradenton, FL 34205

(941) 748-2277

Interventional Cardiology, Cardiac Catheterization

 

Daniel Pacifico

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

1540 S. Tamiami Trail, Suite 401

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-0060

 

Colon & Rectal Surgery

Richard Golub

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

3333 Cattlemen Road, Suite 206

Sarasota, FL 34232

(941) 341-0042

Colon & Rectal Cancer, Laparoscopic Surgery, Hemorrhoids

 

Dermatology

Alfred Hernandez

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

1849 S. Osprey Ave.

Sarasota, FL 34239-3614

(941) 957-4767

Dermatologic Surgery, Mohs’ Surgery, Skin Cancer

 

Cathy Milam

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

1750 S. Osprey Ave.

Sarasota, FL 34239-2917

(941) 364-8220

Skin Cancer, Acne, Eczema

 

Susan Weinkle

Blake Medical Center

Manatee Memorial Hospital

5601 21st Ave. W

, Suite B

Bradenton, FL 34209

(941) 794-5432

Skin Cancer, Mohs’ Surgery, Cosmetic Dermatology

 

Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism

Jose Antunes

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

2400 Fruitville Road

 

Sarasota, FL 34237

(941) 365-0333

Diabetes, Cholesterol/Lipid Disorders, Thyroid Disorders

 

Family Medicine

Jeff Nelson

Manatee Memorial Hospital

Blake Medical Center

3501 Cortez Road, Suite 6

Bradenton, FL 34210

(941) 752-2800

 

Barry Stein

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

6128 S. Tamiami Trail

Sarasota, FL 34231-4029

(941) 923-5882

 

Gastroenterology

F. Scott Corbett

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Gastroenetrology Associates of Sarasota

2089 Hawthorne St., Suite 200

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 365-6556

Endoscopy

 

Elliot Livstone

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

1515 S. Osprey Ave.

, Suite C-11

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 955-0000

Esophageal Disorders, Endoscopy, Diarrheal Diseases

 

Gynecologic Oncology

James Fiorica

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

1888 Hillview St

.

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-8383

Gynecologic Cancer, Breast Cancer, Cervical Cancer

 

Infectious Disease

James Knapp

Bon Secours Venice Hospital

Englewood Community Hospital

406 N Indiana Ave., Suite 9

Englewood, FL 34223-2713

(941) 475-3980

 

Internal Medicine

Carlos Caballero

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

1801 Arlington St., Suite 2

Sarasota, FL 34239-3502

(941) 917-8365

Concierge Medicine

 

Scott Elsbree

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

5831 Bee Ridge Road, Suite 210

Sarasota, FL 34233

(941) 379-8481

 

Charles Hollen

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

3333 Cattleman Road, Suite 208

Sarasota, FL 34232

(941) 379-5121

 

Robert Schulman

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

5831 Bee Ridge Road, Suite 210

Sarasota, FL 34233

(941) 379-8481

 

Interventional Cardiology

James Fox

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

1540 S. Tamiami Trail, Suite 401

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-0060

Cardiac Catheterization

 

Maternal & Fetal Medicine

Washington Hill

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

First Physicians Group-Maternal Fetal Medicine

1888 Hillview St

.

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-6260

Pregnancy-High Risk, Prenatal Diagnosis, Multiple Gestation

 

Medical Oncology

Richard Brown

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

Florida Cancer Specialists

1970 Golf St

.

Sarasota, FL 34236-6907

(941) 957-1000

 

Medical Oncology

Caryn Silver

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

Florida Cancer Specialists

1970 Golf St

.

Sarasota, FL 34236

(941) 957-1000

Breast Cancer

 

Nephrology

Lazo Pipovski

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

1921 Waldemere St., Suite 306

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-8722

Hypertension

 

Neurological Surgery

John Cassidy

Venice Regional Medical Center

842 Sunset Lake Blvd., Suite 302

Venice, FL 34292

(941) 484-3404

Brain Surgery, Spinal Surgery

 

Neurology

Donald Negroski

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital

1921 Waldemere St., Suite 701

Sarasota, FL 34239-2913

(941) 487-2160

Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, Migraine

 

Obstetrics & Gynecology

Gary Easterling

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

5741 Bee Ridge Road, Suite 390

Sarasota, FL 34233

(941) 379-6331

 

Jennifer McCullen

Lakewood Ranch Medical Center

8340 Lakewood Ranch Blvd., Suite 240

Bradenton, FL 34202

(941) 907-3008

Preventive Medicine, Women’s Health

 

Ophthalmology

Liaquat Allarakhia

Manatee Memorial Hospital

Blake Medical Center

4812 26th St. W.

 

Bradenton, FL 34207-1705

(941) 727-3937

Cataract Surgery, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration

 

Orthopaedic Surgery

John Hand

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

2800 S. Tamiami Trail

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 921-2600

Hand Surgery

 

Mark Lonstein

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

1921 Waldemere St., Suite 609

Sarasota, FL 34239-2913

(941) 917-6500

Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery, Reconstructive Surgery, Spinal Surgery, Spinal Disc Replacement

 

Otolaryngology

Matthew Byers

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Intercoastal Medical Group-Otolaryngology

3333 Cattleman Road, Suite 204

Sarasota, FL 34232

(941) 379-1800

Trauma-Face, Nasal & Sinus Disorders, Nasal Surgery, Head & Neck Cancer

 

Jack Wazen

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Silverstein Institute

1901 Floyd St

.

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 366-9222

Skull Base Surgery, Meniere’s Disease, Acoustic Neuroma, Hearing & Balance Disorders

 

Pediatric Hematology-Oncology

Jennifer Mayer

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

All Children’s Hospital

All Children’s at Sarasota Memorial Hospital

1700 S. Tamiami Trail

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-7490

 

Pediatrics

Francine Gross

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

2934 University Parkway

Sarasota, FL 34243

(941) 359-3737

 

Helene Hubbard

Manatee Memorial Hospital

408 Manatee Ave. E, Suite 1

Bradenton, FL 34208

(941) 922-5366

Developmental & Behavioral Disorders, Developmental Delay, Learning Disorders

 

Robert Weiss

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

1215 East Ave. S., Suite 303

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 366-3000

Adolescent Medicine

 

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

David Siegel

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Comprehensive Rehab, 10 East Tower

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 917-7622

 

Plastic Surgery

John Leikensohn

Manatee Memorial Hospital

5807 21st Ave. W.

 

Bradenton, FL 34209-5641

(941) 792-4157

Cosmetic Surgery-Face & Body, Cosmetic Surgery-Breast

 

David Mobley

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

2255 S. Tamiami Trail

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 366-8897

Cosmetic Surgery

 

James Schmidt

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

2255 S. Tamiami Trail

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 366-8897

 

Psychiatry

Robert Mignone

Bon Secours Venice Hospital

195 Center Road

, Suite A

Venice, FL 34285

(941) 408-8988

Anxiety & Mood Disorders

 

Pulmonary Disease

Glenn Adams

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

4411 Bee Ridge Road, Suite 440

Sarasota, FL 34233

(941) 917-8772

Sleep Disorders/Apnea

 

Rheumatology

Daniel Small

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

Sarasota Arthritis Center

3500 S. Tamiami Trail

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 365-0770

Arthritis

 

Surgery

Nanette Wendel

Blake Medical Center

5601 21st Ave. W.

, Suite D

Bradenton, FL 34209

(941) 748-1471

Laparoscopic Surgery

 

Thoracic Surgery

Alessandro Golino

Manatee Memorial Hospital

Blake Medical Center

Manatee Cardiac Surgery

623 39th St. W., Suite 2

Bradenton, FL 34205

(941) 744-2640

Cardiothoracic Surgery

 

Clifton Lewis

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

1435 S Osprey Ave., Suite 200

Sarasota, FL 34239

(941) 952-1913

Cardiothoracic Surgery

 

Urology

A. Joseph Bilik

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Florida Urology Specialists

1 S. School Ave., Suite 200

Sarasota, FL 34237

(941) 309-7000

 

Edward Herrman

Manatee Memorial Hospital

Blake Medical Center

200 Third Ave. W., Suite 210

Bradenton, FL 34205

(941) 792-0340

Kidney Stones, Incontinence, Laparoscopic Surgery, Erectile Dysfunction

 

Alan Treiman

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Doctors Hospital of Sarasota

1921 Waldemere St., Suite 310

Sarasota, FL 34239-2941

(941) 917-8488

Prostate Cancer, Erectile Dysfunction, Bladder Cancer, Prostate Disease

 

Vascular Surgery

Michael Lepore

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

600 N. Cattlemen Road, Suite 220

Sarasota, FL 34232

(941) 371-6565

Endovascular Surgery, Aneurysm-Aortic, Minimally Invasive Vascular Surgery, Angioplasty & Stent Placement

 










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