MWPH Doctors Recognized as Top Docs by Baltimore magazine
For immediate release: October 23, 2017
BALTIMORE, MD (Oct. 23) – Eighteen doctors who are affiliated with Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital (MWPH) were recognized as “Top Doctors” in the November 2017 issue of Baltimore magazine.
These doctors include:
- Dr. Andrew Abramowitz, orthopedics;
- Dr. Gregory Bergey, neurology;
- Dr. Bernard Cohen, dermatology;
- Dr. David William Cooke, endocrinology;
- Dr. Dean Fiergang, ophthalmology;
- Dr. Edward Gratz, neurology;
- Dr. David Hackam, pediatric surgeon;
- Dr. Teri Kahn, dermatology
- Dr. Virginia Keane, general pediatrics;
- Dr. Sharon McGrath-Morrow, pulmonology;
- Dr. Michael X. Repka, ophthalmology;
- Dr. Shenandoah Robinson, neurosurgery;
- Dr. Geoffrey Rosenthal, cardiology;
- Dr. Yuval Shafrir, neurology;
- Dr. Paul Sponseller, orthopedics;
- Dr. Laura Sterni, pulmonology;
- Dr. Dylan Stewart, pediatric surgeon;
- Dr. Eric Strauch, pediatric surgeon;
The results are based on a Baltimore magazine survey of thousands of physicians in the Baltimore area, including Baltimore City and the surrounding seven counties, asking where they would send a member of their family in hundreds of specialties. Many doctors would choose to send their loved ones to the medical team at MWPH.
“Each year we see a number of our doctors recognized for the excellent care they provide patients” said Sheldon Stein, President and CEO. “We are proud to provide Baltimore area families with a team of professionals known for their compassion and commitment to helping our children heal and grow.”
To get to know the “top doctors” at MWPH, please visit www.mwph.org or call 410-367-2222 to make an appointment with some of these doctors at one of our pediatric clinics.
To learn more about how doctors were selected for this honor, please visit http://www.baltimoremagazine.net/.
About Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital: Where Children go to Heal and Grow
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital provides family-focused, integrated care to children with serious, chronic or complex medical needs. Since 1922, the hospital has helped children heal from illness and injury, and now treats nearly 9,000 patients each year. The 102-bed hospital is a jointly owned affiliate of The University of Maryland Medical System and Johns Hopkins Medicine and has locations in Baltimore City, Prince George’s County and in the community. For more information, please visit mwph.org