Our invaluable annual list of doctors chosen by their peers.
Welcome to the results of our 2011 Top Doctors peer survey, the most selective such list in the region and, for that reason, a resource on which our readers have relied for 25 years.
SNEAK PEAK: Feeling under the weather? Here are 378 great physicians in 63 specialties, all chosen by their peers as the best in the region.
Welcome to the results of our 2012 Top Doctors peer survey, the most-selective such list in the region and a resource our readers have trusted for 26 years. (Read more about our methodology)
No one looks forward to getting sick. But isn’t it nice to know that when you do,you’re in a town filled with highly qualified health professionals?
Putting together one of our Top Docs features is always a daunting task, made more so by living where we do. Sure, in a normal city it might not be so tough to round up the handful of doctors with...
World-class medicine: the best physicians, the best ER, and the people who come here from around the globe to get well.
There are lots of reasons to love living in Baltimore, but perhaps the most reassuring is the quality of our health care, unrivaled by any city in the world. The Johns Hopkins Hospital, often...
Our prescription for the region's best physicians in 76 specialties.
This year, as we prepared our annual survey of the region’s best doctors, more Americans have been thinking about health care than at any time in recent history. The debate over health-care reform...
Is there a doctor in the house? The countless people using the Internet for self-diagnosis would say yes
You don't get enough essential fatty acids, which may have something to do with the hair loss. You may also have intestinal candidiasis. That headache you're experiencing? Clearly a brain tumor....
Scalpels get traded in for Fenders and Ludwigs when these physicians are off the clock.
It's Saturday night: Do you know where your doctor is? If recent trends are any indication, there's a good chance you'll find your physician on a stage near you, jamming on a keyboard or playing a...
Technophiles in increasing numbers are finding that handheld devices like the Wii can be a real pain.
Pain, thy name is Qwerty.
Discomfort in the 21st century comes in different forms. For some, it's the Blackberry's tiny keyboard. For others, it's the porcelain-white Wiimote. Tales of technology-...
Imagine going to the doctor's office and actually spending time talking to your doctor: He doesn't watch the clock, he gives you his cell number, he even makes house calls.
Hippocrates didn't know where the heart was. Or how it worked. Or how to save it. But the ancient Greek physician is nonetheless known as the father of medicine, his name synonymous with the oath...
STEPHEN BARTLETTTransplant Surgeon
In December 2004, when transplant surgeon Stephen Bartlett was acting chair of the University of Maryland Department of Surgery, he was faced with the...