PVA Physicians Named as San Antonio’s Top Doctors and Best of 2020 Doctors and Dentists
PVA has been providing vascular care to patients throughout South Texas since 1975. As a trusted leader and one of the largest single specialty vascular surgery groups in the United States, we are honored to have several of our physicians recognized as San Antonio’s Top Doctors 2020 by San Antonio Magazine and Best of 2020: Doctors and Dentists by Scene San Antonio.
As vascular experts, we are able to offer comprehensive treatment plans including lifestyle change with monitoring and/or medication, minimally invasive endovascular techniques, traditional surgery and even combination hybrid techniques. We’re committed to incorporating the most advanced testing technologies, techniques and training to ensure that we fully and accurately diagnose our patients’ condition.
We are proud to be recognized for excellence by researchers, patients and peers. Thank you for your nominations that have earned us this honor
PVA physicians recognized as San Antonio’s Top Doctors by San Antonio Magazine:
Grady Alsabrook, MD, Lois Fiala, MD, William Kirk, MD, Daniel Tamez, MD, and Boulos Toursarkissian, MD
San Antonio Magazine works in conjunction with Castle Connolly Medical Ltd to create San Antonio’s Top Doctors. The physician-led team of researchers follows a rigorous screening process to select top doctors on both the national and regional levels. Careful screening of doctors’ educational and professional experience is essential before final selection is made among those physicians most highly regarded by their peers. Doctors do not and cannot pay to be selected and profiled as Castle Connolly Top Doctors.
PVA physicians recognized among the Best of 2020 Doctors & Dentists by Scene San Antonio:
Seth H. Fritcher, MD, P. Allen Hartsell, MD, Alfred L. Laborde, MD, Michael A. Peck, MD, Syed Z. H. Rizvi, MD, Jeffrey J. Stein, MD, Robert K. Thompson, MD, Boulos Toursarkissian, MD, and Mark Wengrovitz, MD
To determine the Best of 2020, thousands of Bexar County physicians and hundreds of dentists were asked which of their peers they would refer for inclusion. They were allowed to name as many of their peers as they wanted to for the list.