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Congratulations to Our 2015 Top Doctors

We congratulate our 29 physicians that rank among Connecticut Magazine’s Top Doctors for 2015. We are proud of the quality, compassionate and expert care they and all Northeast Medical Group doctors provide. With more than 100 locations from Westchester to Old Saybrook, our outstanding network of primary and specialty care physicians deliver today’s best care to people throughout Connecticut.


Vivian S. Argento, MD
Geriatric Medicine
Stratford

Danielle P. Benaviv-Meskin, MD
Endocrinology
Trumbull

Domenic W. Casablanca, MD
Family Medicine
Shelton

Michael J. Connolly, MD
Internal Medicine, Pediatrics
Stratford

Richard L. Danehower, MD
Rheumatology
Greenwich

Mitchell H. Driesman, MD
Cardiology
Fairfield

Lawrence I. Fisher, MD
Cardiology
Danbury

Robert F. Fishman, MD
Cardiology
Fairfield

Richard J. Garvey, MD
Surgery: General
Bridgeport

Geoffrey Gladstein, MD
Rheumatology
Trumbull

Philip Greenspan, MD
Pulmonary Medicine
Fairfield

Germano A. Guadagnoli, MD
Rheumatology
Trumbull

Andrew S. Kenler, MD
Surgery: General
Trumbull

Wang C. Lam, MD
Gastroenterology
Trumbull

M. Sung Lee, MD
Oncology, Hematology
Greenwich

Edwin G. Levine, MD
Gastroenterology
Trumbull

Richard J. Mangi, MD
Allergy, Immunology
Hamden

Cynthia F. Mann, MD
Pediatrics
Hamden

Philip J. McWhorter, MD
Surgery: General
Greenwich

Jay L. Meizlish, MD
Cardiology
Fairfield

Lawrence D. Muldoon, MD
Urology
Fairfield

Jo-Anne Passalacqua, MD
Infectious Diseases
Fairfield

Daniel J. Passeri, MD
Surgery: General
Trumbull

Brian D. Pollack, MD
Cardiology
Danbury

James Sarfeh, MD
Internal Medicine
Cheshire

Adam E. Schussheim, MD
Cardiology
Fairfield

Scott C. Thornton, MD
Surgery: Colorectal
Fairfield

Joseph Tortorello, MD
Internal Medicine
Trumbull

Kevin Twohig, MD
Pulmonary Medicine
Trumbull

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