Congratulations to our 16 Mass. Eye and Ear specialists who were recognized as 2016 Top Doctors by Boston magazine!
Mary Elizabeth Cunnane, MD (Neuroradiology)
Hugh Curtin, MD (Neuroradiology)
Linda R. Dagi, MD (Ophthalmology)
Daniel Deschler, MD (Otolaryngology)
Jessica L. Fewkes, MD (Dermatology)
Richard E. Gliklich, MD (Otolaryngology)
Stacey T. Gray, MD (Otolaryngology)
Tessa A. Hadlock, MD (Otolaryngology)
Christopher J. Hartnick, MD (Pediatric Otolaryngology)
Eric Holbrook, MD (Otolaryngology)
Melanie A. Kazlas, MD (Ophthalmology)
Derrick T. Lin, MD (Otolaryngology)
Michael McKenna, MD (Otolaryngology)
Gregory Randolph, MD (Otolaryngology)
Steven D. Rauch, MD (Otolaryngology)
Joseph F. Rizzo, MD (Ophthalmology)
View Boston magazine's complete 2016 Top Docs listing. Mass. Eye and Ear researchers were also recognized in the issue's feature story on aging.
About Massachusetts Eye and Ear
Mass. Eye and Ear clinicians and scientists are driven by a mission to find cures for blindness, deafness and diseases of the head and neck. Now united with Schepens Eye Research Institute, Mass. Eye and Ear is the world's largest vision and hearing research center, developing new treatments and cures through discovery and innovation. Mass. Eye and Ear is a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital and trains future medical leaders in ophthalmology and otolaryngology, through residency as well as clinical and research fellowships. Internationally acclaimed since its founding in 1824, Mass. Eye and Ear employs full-time, board-certified physicians who offer high-quality and affordable specialty care that ranges from the routine to the very complex. In the 2016–2017 “Best Hospitals Survey,” U.S. News & World Report ranked Mass. Eye and Ear #1 in the nation for ear, nose and throat care and #1 in the Northeast for eye care. For more information about life-changing care and research, or to learn how you can help, please visit MassEyeAndEar.org.