16 UMN Radiologists Recognized on Minnesota Monthly Top Doctors 2018 List

Minnesota Monthly released its 2018 Top Doctors list, which includes 238 doctors from University of Minnesota Health and University of Minnesota Physicians—including 16 from the Department of Radiology.

Diagnostic Radiology

Eric Hoggard, MD
Benjamin Spilseth, MD


Bharathi Jagadeesan, MD

Nuclear Medicine

Zuzan Cayci, MD
Jerry Froelich, MD


Kelly Dietz, MD
Tara Holm, MD
Jessica Kuehn-Hajder, MD
Michael Murati, MD
Frederick Ott, MD
Michael Rosenberg, MD

Vascular and Interventional Radiology

Charles Dietz, MD
Siobhan Flanagan, MD
Jafar Golzarian, MD
Prashant Shrestha, MD
Jason Wong, MD

Minnesota Monthly first introduced the list in 2014. Formerly known as “Best Doctors,” the list is now named “Top Doctors.” Physicians included on the list were selected based on peer nominations and medical expertise. To develop the rankings, the magazine contacts more than 10,000 licensed physicians in the 11 county metro area plus Olmsted County. Survey participants are asked to name three doctors other than themselves in each specialty category. The answers are compiled by Minnesota Monthly, and the doctors whose names appear most frequently are recognized in an edition of the magazine.

See the full list of University of Minnesota Health and UMP doctors.

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