Three physicians on staff at Little Company of Mary Hospital (LCMH) have been named Top Cancer Doctors in the October 2019 issue of Chicago Magazine. Honorees were nominated by physicians nationwide who were asked to consider such factors as clinical excellence, bedside manner, education, and board certification.
Chicago Magazine’s 2019 Top Doctors list was created in collaboration with Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., publisher of America’s Top Doctors and other consumer health guides. Castle Connolly’s physician-led team of researchers follows a rigorous screening process to select top doctors on both the national and regional levels.
LCMH proudly congratulates the more than 500 physicians who come from all over the Chicagoland area to practice at the hospital and are certified in a wide array of specialties. In many cases, LCMH is a family affair, with multiple generations of practicing physicians. Through the years, many talented men and women have lent their hearts, minds and hands to make the southwest area of Chicago a healthier place to live. Please join us in saluting the following physicians:
- COLON AND RECTAL SURGERY – DR. ANDERS F. MELLGREN
- MEDICAL ONCOLOGY – DR. JAYANTHI RAMADURAI
- THORACIC AND CARDIAC SURGERY – DR. PAUL J. GORDON
ABOUT LITTLE COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL
Little Company of Mary Hospital and Health Care Centers (LCMH) is a Catholic, not-for-profit hospital based in Evergreen Park. For nearly 90 years, LCMH has held a long tradition of serving the community. The Women’s Center for Life and Health provides a wide array of women’s healthcare needs conveniently under one roof – from routine wellness exams and screenings to advanced diagnostic facilities for even the most critical health conditions. LCMH continues to achieve accolades for quality, provides new medical advances and offers a convenient range of services to the community. For more information, or to see LCMH’s recent quality accolades, visit www.LCMH.org/quality. For more information on LCMH’s Cancer Center, go to www.LCMH.org/cancer.