Top Doctors 2013: Now Accepting Nominations

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Today, we launch Seattle magazine’s 13th annual Top Doctors survey ( Puget Sound–area doctors who receive the most peer-to-peer nominations will be included in the 2013 Top Doctors issue of Seattle magazine.

Our annual Top Doctors feature is one of our most anticipated issues. During our many years of conducting the survey, we have learned how much readers rely on these expert recommendations. We take the responsibility seriously.

Moreover, Top Doctors is a welcome opportunity for us to take a deep dive into healthcare in our area, reporting on breakthrough treatments and research—which always serves as a reminder of the extraordinary resources in the region.

For the next two weeks, physicians from Tacoma to Everett and the Olympics to Issaquah can go online at to recognize the excellent work and service of their peers with Top Doctors nominations. Only doctors can participate in the survey; that’s one of the things that distinguishes our list.

Doctors or healthcare professionals with questions about Top Doctors, should contact project manager Niki Stojnic.

Doctors do not and cannot pay to be selected and profiled in Seattle magazine's Top Doctors feature story.


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