Dr. David Nascene Named Top Doctor by Mpls.St.Paul Magazine

Mpls.St. Paul Magazine has released its 2019 list of Top Doctors which features 148 physicians representing the University of Minnesota Medical School, spanning a total of 44 different medical specialty areas. Of these honorees, the University of Minnesota Physicians practice is represented by 151 doctors in 44 specialties – the highest percentage of Top Doctors on the list.

We're proud to congratulate David Nascene, MD from the Medical School Department of Radiology who was named a Top Doctor this year.

Top Doctors are nominated by their peers, who are asked whom they would choose if they or a loved one were seeking medical care. The candidates who made the final list were grouped into 45 specialties and evaluated on indicators of peer recognition, professional achievement, research and disciplinary history.

The doctors who acquired the highest total points from the surveys, research, and the expert physician review panel were named Top Docs.

In addition to University of Minnesota Health, M Physicians and Medical School, physicians affiliated with University partners Fairview and Fairview Physician Associates were also recognized, equaling a total of 370 physicians representing 45 specialties across the M Health Fairview system - the most physicians in the metro.

See the full list of Medical School faculty recognized.

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