Memphis Magazine is honoring 16 Regional One Health physicians as part of its 2023 “Top Doctors” list.
The physicians represent a variety of specialties and are recognized for having the highest level of training, clinical skills, and interpersonal skills.
Regional One Health is grateful for all of the dedicated doctors who provide lifesaving, life-changing care to our patients every day.
The physicians who work at Regional One Health provide lifesaving, life-changing care in a variety of medical specialties. Memphis Magazine’s 2023 “Top Doctors” list honors 16 Regional One Health physicians for the outstanding service they provide Mid-South patients.
Regional One Health honorees on this year’s list include:
- Violiza Inoa Acosta, MD, neurology
- Ramasubbareddy Dhanireddy, MD, neonatology
- Martin Fleming, MD, surgical oncology
- Evan Glazer, MD, surgical oncology
- Isaac Howley, MD, trauma surgery
- Christopher Ledbetter, MD, urology
- Michael Martin, MD, medical oncology
- Jesus Martinez, MD, neurology
- Marquita Nelson, MD, hematology
- Anthony Patterson, MD, urology
- John Schorge, MD, gynecologic oncology
- Claudette J. Shephard, MD, obstetrics and gynecology
- David Shibata, MD, surgical oncology
- Scott Sinclair, MD, pulmonary disease
- Ajay Talati, MD, neonatology
- Robert Wake, MD, urology
Memphis Magazine’s annual Top Doctors list is formulated in partnership with Castle Connolly, a research company that applies rigorous standards to identify the top physicians in all 50 states. The goal is to give patients information to choose the best doctor for their health care needs.
Physicians who appear on the lists are first nominated by their peers based not only on their training and clinical skills, but interpersonal skills like listening and communicating effectively, demonstrating empathy, and instilling trust and confidence.
Castle Connolly uses criteria including professional qualifications, education, hospital/faculty appointments, research leadership, professional reputation, disciplinary history, and available outcomes data to evaluate the nominees. Doctors do not pay to appear on the lists.