Published On: 10/31/2017

2017_Balt Mag _Top Docs Seal -FINALBaltimore and Washingtonian magazines have published their annual lists of “Top Doctors” in their November 2017 issues, and Chesapeake Urology is proud to announce that a total of 25 physicians from both Chesapeake Urology and Urological Consultants, a division of Chesapeake Urology, have been named Top Doctors.

In Baltimore magazine’s annual listing, Chesapeake Urology’s Bruce Berger, M.D., Daniel Dietrick, M.D., William Dowling, M.D., Sankar Kausik, M.D., Brad Lerner, M.D., Marc Siegelbaum, M.D., David Sigman, M.D., and Ronald Tutrone, M.D. were named Top Doctors in the urology category; Robert Brookland, M.D. and Richard Hudes, M.D., both multiple time winners, were named Top Doctors in the Radiation Oncology category; Conrad Duncan, M.D., also a multiple time winner, was named in the Urogynecology category; and Dr. Dietrick and Benjamin Lowentritt, M.D., both multiple time winners, were named Top Doctors in the Prostate Cancer Surgery category, which is new this year.  

WashingtonianIn the Washingtonian magazine Top Doctors listing, 13 urologists from Urological Consultants, a division of Chesapeake Urology, were named Top Doctors for 2017 including: Leonard Bloom, M.D., Gary Friedlander, M.D., Ellen Goldmark, M.D., Michael Issacson, M.D., Murray Lieberman, M.D., Juan Litvak, M.D., Nizamuddin Maruf, M.D., Roberto Pedraza, M.D., Bart Radolinski, M.D., Mark Rosenblum, M.D., Robert Sher, M.D., Kathleen Sterling, M.D., and Jonathan White, M.D.

“What makes these “Top Doctor” recognitions so special is the fact that our doctors were chosen by their peers as physicians they would send their own loved ones to for high quality urologic care,” said Sanford Siegel, CEO of Chesapeake Urology. “We are extremely proud of these Top Doctors from both Chesapeake Urology and Urological Consultants (a division of Chesapeake Urology), and all of our physicians who are dedicated to delivering superior and compassionate urologic care to all patients.”

For this year’s “Top Doctors” issue, Baltimore magazine selected 710 physicians in more than 100 specialties; these peer-chosen winners represented fewer than five percent of the roughly 13,000 physicians licensed to practice in the magazine’s readership area. Washingtonian magazine selected 1,800 physicians in 39 specialties. Both magazines relied on responses from more than 25,000 of the region’s physicians, asking them to name the doctors they would send a member of their own family to for care.