Main Line Today Magazine names 223 Main Line Health Physicians "Top Doctors"

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Two hundred twenty three Main Line Health physicians have been selected as “Top Doctors” in the December issue of Main Line Today Magazine.  The “Top Doctors” were selected by Avvo, a Seattle-based company that rates and profiles medical, dental and legal professionals. The ratings are based on peer endorsements, along with experience, training, research, publications and awards.

“We are honored to have such a large number of our outstanding physicians recognized as ‘Top Docs’ by Main Line Today,” said Andrew Norton, MD, chief medical officer, Main Line Health. “We are fortunate to have over 2,000 physicians at Main Line Health who provide personalized, advanced medicine to create a superior experience for our patients. Congratulations to all the doctors listed in this special issue and to all of the Main Line Health physicians for their commitment to the patients we serve.”

Three Main Line Health physicians were profiled for their special contributions to the advancement of women’s health. Dermatologist Victoria Cirillo-Hyland, MD, of Bryn Mawr Hospital, focuses on skin disorders in women, including skin cancers, vitiligo and lupus. Urogynecologist Marc Toglia, MD, of Riddle Hospital, focuses much of his work on pelvic floor disorders in women, and is one of the first physicians to offer InterStim Therapy for bowel control in the Philadelphia area. Gynecologic Oncologist Charles Dunton, MD, of Lankenau Medical Center, focuses on cancers of the reproductive system and HPV prevention.

Visit the Main Line Today website for a complete list of the MLH physicians recognized as Top Docs. 

Bridget Therriault
Director, Communications
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Cell: 484.222.9154

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