NASHUA — Seventeen physicians affiliated with Southern New Hampshire Medical Center were honored by their peers as “2006 Top Docs” in the April issue of New Hampshire Magazine. These physicians received the most votes in their specialties by their colleagues across the state.
In addition this year, a Hall of Fame category was introduced to honor those physicians who have been recognized by their peers for five years in a row. Nashua urologist John J. Janeiro, MD, was one of the four 2006 Hall of Fame recipients.
“We are pleased to be affiliated with so many of the best doctors in the state,” said Tom Wilhelmsen, president and CEO of Southern New Hampshire Medical Center. “It means that we can offer a higher level of care to the southern New Hampshire area.”
The 2006 “Top Docs” include:
John J. Janeiro, MD, Urology
Robert Posnick, MD, Dermatology
Joseph Leahy, DO, Emergency Care
Timothy Scherer, MD, Gastroenterology
Kenneth Dolkart, MD, Geriatrics
Colleen Guiry, MD, Family Practice
Robert Zinnes, MD, Family Practice
Jonathan Thyng, MD, Family Practice
Cynthia Rasmussen, MD, Gynecology
Michael Strampfer, MD, Infectious Diseases
Charles Kert, MD, Nephrology
Karen Maynard, MD, Obstetrics
William Goodman, MD, Pulmonology
Santhram Yadati, MD, Psychiatry
Edward Kois, MD, Rehabilitation/Physical Medicine
James Vailas, MD, Sports Medicine
N. Ross Jenkins, MD, Neurosurgery
The seventh-annual “Top Docs” issue hit the newsstands in late March, with 48 physicians honored in 42 specialties. Balloting for the annual “Top Docs” survey took place in February, with voting forms sent by New Hampshire Magazine to all 3,419 licensed physicians in the state. Nearly 395 physicians responded.