MAYWOOD, IL –– Chicago magazine's 2021 "Top Docs for Kids and Moms" list includes 16 Loyola Medicine physicians.
These maternal health and pediatric specialists "were selected by their peers as the best in the six-county area," according to Chicago magazine. Finalists were chosen based on nominations, as well as each physicians’ educational and professional experience. The list is featured in the February 2021 issue of Chicago magazine, and online.
"Loyola Medicine offers outstanding care for moms, babies, children and teens," said Shawn P. Vincent, president and CEO of Loyola Medicine. "These 16 doctors represent the best of Loyola, and our unwavering commitment to providing our patients with a lifetime of compassionate and uncompromising care."
Loyola Medicine "Top Docs for Kids":
Rekha Agrawal, MD, pediatric nephrology
John K. Boblick, MD, pediatrics
Hannah Chow, MD, pediatrics
Sean M. Diamond, MD, pediatrics
Marc A. Freed, DO, pediatrics
Mary E. Gruszka, MD, pediatrics
Charles Hemenway, MD, PhD, pediatric hematology-oncology
Oscar R. Linares, MD, pediatrics
Jonathan Muraskas, MD, neonatal-perinatal medicine
Joyce Rabbat, MD, pediatric allergy & immunology
Nabil M. Saleh, MD, pediatrics
Shivani P. Shah, MD, pediatric endocrinology
Marc G. Weiss, MD, neonatal-perinatal medicine
Loyola Medicine "Top Docs for Moms":
Jean Ricci Goodman, MD, maternal & fetal medicine
Scott Graziano, MD, obstetrics & gynecology
Paula White Prock, MD, obstetrics & gynecology
The list was compiled by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., a health care research and information company founded in 1992 by a former medical college board chairperson and president to help guide consumers to America’s top doctors and hospitals. Castle Connolly’s selection process, under the direction of an MD, involves surveying hundreds of thousands of physicians, as well as academic medical centers, specialty hospitals and regional and community hospitals across the nation. Online nominating (castleconnolly.com/nominations) is open to all licensed physicians. Educational and professional experience is screened before final selection is made among those physicians most highly regarded by their peers. After identifying the top doctors in America, Castle Connolly provides consumers with detailed information about their education, training, and expertise in its paperback guides and online directories. Doctors cannot pay to be selected.