Please join us in congratulating the Emory Department of Medicine faculty members recognized by Atlanta magazine in its annual Top Doctors issue:
Vasilis Babaliaros, MD (Cardiology)
Stephen Clements, Jr., MD (Cardiology)
David DeLurgio, MD (Cardiology)
Taylor Graves, MD, MHS (General Medicine and Geriatrics)
Janice Lea, MD (Renal Medicine)
Kenneth Leeper, MD**
Angel Leon, MD (Cardiology)
Michael Lloyd, MD (Cardiology)
Jonathan Masor, MD (General Medicine and Geriatrics)
Douglas Morris, MD (Cardiology)
Bruce Ribner, MD, MPH (Infectious Diseases)
David Schulman, MD, MPH (Pulmonary)
Andrew Smith, MD (Cardiology)
Laurence Sperling,MD, FACC, FAHA, FACP (Cardiology)
Gerald Staton, Jr., MD (Pulmonary)
Jonathan Waltuck, MD (Rheumatology)
Byron Williams, Jr., MD (Cardiology)
**Dr. Kenneth Leeper passed away earlier this year. The Department of Medicine would like to remember Dr. Leeper and the tremendous impact he made in his 17 years at Emory.
This message was sent on behalf of Wright Caughman, MD, Executive Vice President for Health Affairs; Chris Larsen, MD, DPhil, Emory Healthcare Physician Group President; and Mike Mandl, President & CEO, EHC
Dear Staff and Physicians,
Atlanta magazine has published its annual Top Doctors issue. It is with great pride and congratulations that we share that Emory physicians represent more than half of the physicians recognized. These include Emory Clinic, Emory Healthcare, Emory Healthcare Network and Emory University School of Medicine faculty physicians. This year, 209 Emory physicians made the list, representing 58 percent of all of the top doctors listed in the issue. This recognition is cause to celebrate and illustrates how highly our physicians are esteemed by their peers and members of the community. Congratulations.
Thank you to all members of the Emory team for your remarkable dedication to our patients, their families and each other. Through your commitment, innovation and unwavering drive to improve patient care, you are redefining care models and defining a new way of thinking about our health.
–Wright, Chris, and Mike