Hartford HealthCare Physicians Make Connecticut Magazine’s Best Doctors 2019 List

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Dozens of Hartford HealthCare-affiliated physicians have made Connecticut Magazine’s Best Doctors lineup for 2019. Hartford HealthCare doctors on this year’s list come from a variety of specialties including anesthesia, cardiovascular medicine, critical care, geriatrics, hepatology, orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, oncology, radiology and more. The list comes from The Best Doctors in America® 2017-2018 database, which includes close to 40,000 U.S. doctors in more than 40 medical specialties and 450 subspecialties. The Best Doctors in America® database is compiled and maintained by Best Doctors, Inc. To see this year’s list, visit the Connecticut Magazine website.

 


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