19 Minnesota Oncology Physicians Named “Top Doctors” by Mpls. St. Paul Magazine

Congratulations to the following Minnesota Oncology physicians who were named “Top Doctors of 2014” by Minneapolis/St. Paul Magazine. Chosen by their peers, these 19 Minnesota Oncology physicians are among the top 700 physicians in the state and make up nearly half of the physicians in the Oncology category of this year’s list. See the full list here.

Thomas T. Amatruda, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Fridley Clinic

Cheryl L. Bailey, MD (gynecologic oncology) – Minneapolis Clinic

Stuart H. Bloom, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Minneapolis Clinic

Matthew P. Boente, MD (gynecologic oncology) – Edina Clinic

Barbara Bowers, MD (medical oncology) – Edina Clinic

A. Catherine Casey, MD (gynecologic oncology) – Woodbury Clinic

Joseph Cardamone, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Coon Rapids Clinic

Patrick J. Flynn, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Minneapolis Clinic

Thomas P. Flynn, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Minneapolis Clinic

Tim G. Larson, MD (medical oncology, hematology, clinical research) – Minneapolis Clinic

Joseph W. Leach, MD (medical oncology, hematology, clinical research) – Minneapolis Clinic

Warren A. McGuire, MD (radiation oncology) – Maplewood Clinic

Steven R. Rousey, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Edina Clinic

Burton S. Schwartz, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Buffalo and Faribault locations

John F. Schwerkoske, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Woodbury Clinic

John E. Seng, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Minneapolis Clinic

Annie Tan, MD, PhD (gynecologic oncology) – Coon Rapids Clinic

Eric L. Weinshel, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Edina Clinic

Paul J. Zander, MD (medical oncology, hematology) – Minneapolis Clinic

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