Trenton, N.J. — Four members of the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians (NJAFP), the largest primary care medical specialty society in the state, have been named to SJ Magazine’s 2017 Top Docs list, which recognizes top physicians, as nominated by their peers, across a variety of disciplines and specialties in the southern New Jersey region.
Family physicians Donna Loughlin Pherribo, DO, of Atlanticare Primary Care Plus Hamilton; Tracy Persily, DO, of Kennedy Health Alliance Primary & Specialty Care in Cherry Hill; John Robertson Jr., MD, of Cooper Collaborative Care in Cherry Hill; and Sue Yang-Novellino, DO, of Inspira Medical Group Family Medicine in Haddon Township and Washington Township were included in the magazine’s Family Practice category.
“While all of our dedicated members provide excellent care to individuals and families across New Jersey, these four members should be proud of the outstanding service they provide for their patients that earned such respect from their colleagues in medicine,” said Ray Saputelli, Executive Vice President, New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians. “Drs. Loughlin Pherribo, Persily, Robertson and Yang-Novellino make us very proud.”
The 2017 Top Docs list was featured in the magazine’s September issue. To compile the list, SJ Magazineannually asks doctors and medical professionals across southern New Jersey for the physicians he or she would choose to treat him/herself or a family member. Votes are then tallied and compiled into a comprehensive list of talented physicians who excel at their specialty and have earned the respect of their peers in their chosen field of practice.
For a list of all physicians included on this year’s list, click here.
About the NJAFP
For more than 65 years, the New Jersey Academy of Family Physicians has been advancing the cause of family physicians and their patients. With more than 2,000 members, including active practicing family physicians, residents in family medicine, and medical students interested in the specialty, the NJAFP is the largest primary care medical specialty society in the state and a chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians. To learn more about NJAFP, click here.
(Source: Media Release)