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2008 Best Doctors for Women

Minnesota Monthly’s third-annual guide to the area’s best physicians for women—as selected by their peers

2008 Best Doctors for Women
Photo by Ross Andersson
Five of the Best: from left, Jyothi Kesha,Theodore Nagel,
Cheryl Bailey, Mark Migliori, and Deborah Day.

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Let’s be honest: Women’s health needs are different from those of men. Symptoms of heart disease in female patients, for example, don’t always match those in males—and conditions such as pregnancy and menopause are unique to women. Physicians who are attuned to the particular needs of female patients are likely to give better care, and better care means better health for women and their families. That’s why we asked more than 5,500 Twin Cities doctors to name the physicians they’d recommend to their wives, daughters, and female family members and friends to see. Here, 258 metro-area physicians who got the most votes in 25 categories.


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