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Top Docs 2018

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Medicine is generally not considered a team sport, but ask some of our Top Doctors, and they’ll tell you about the key players they interact with every day in their efforts to heal or to keep patients healthy. “Doctors get the credit, but it’s always multiple people,” says cardiologist Leo Gazoni. In honor of baseball season’s opening month, we share nine stories that celebrate the cooperative nature of the healing process, plus the full roster of the Richmond region's top medical pros.

The best care in 90 categories, chosen by doctors and nurse practitioners more

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Physicians, caregivers and family help a Richmond woman overcome a health crisis. more

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Robin Foster seeks to do what’s best for children when their families are at their worst. more

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Benjamin Seeman prefers a conservative, non-narcotic approach to treating patients in chronic pain. more

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Recovery is an exercise in honesty for Katie Bartoszek. more

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Volunteer Morris Harding helps other vets drop the weight. more

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CT technologist Anand Patel offers a helping hand to patients — and his colleagues. more

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William Seamster finds his calling in helping others. more

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Administrator Suzanne Britt does what it takes to help staff thrive. more

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Getting to know his patients is a big part of why physician assistant Frank Kelleher loves his job. more

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