Sixteen MN Oncology Physicians Named 2020 Top Doctors for Women by Minnesota Monthly

Minnesota Oncology is proud to announce that 16 of our physicians have been named 2020 “Top Doctors for Women” by Minnesota Monthly magazine. This list represents roughly one-third of our physicians, most of whom are honored on other local lists such as Rising Stars, Best Doctors and Top Doctors.

Below is a complete list of Minnesota Oncology physicians recognized by Minnesota Monthly magazine in 2020.

Physician Clinic Location(s) 2020 "Top Doctor for Women" Category
Thomas Amatruda, MD Fridley Medical Oncology
Cheryl Bailey, MD Minneapolis (now retired) Gynecologic Oncology/Surgery
Ellen Bellaris, MD St. Paul, Maplewood Radiation Oncology
Stuart Bloom, MD Minneapolis Medical Oncology
Catherine Casey, MD Edina Gynecologic Oncology/Surgery
Sam Economou, MD Plastic Surgery Consultants, Edina Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (Cosmetic), Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (Non-Cosmetic)
Matthew Graczyk, MD Minneapolis Thoracic Surgery
Louis Jacques, MD Edina Thoracic Surgery
Tim Larson, MD Minneapolis Medical Oncology
Amy McNally, MD St. Paul Gynecologic Oncology/Surgery
Emily Prendergast, MD Minneapolis Gynecologic Oncology/Surgery
Avina Singh, MD Burnsville Medical Oncology
Annie Tan, MD Coon Rapids Gynecologic Oncology/Surgery
Jessica Thomes Pepin, MD Maplewood, St. Paul Gynecologic Oncology/Surgery
Michaela Tsai, MD Minneapolis Medical Oncology
Paul Zander, MD Minneapolis Medical Oncology




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