Jacqueline Jones recognized as one of America's Top Doctors

Published on August 5, 2014 at 3:47 PM · No Comments

Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. America's trusted source for identifying Top Doctors has published its newest edition of America's Top Doctors and has selected Jacqueline Jones, MD for this exclusive honor.

Castle Connolly Top Doctors® who are selected each year by Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. are first nominated by their peers in an online nomination process. Nominations are open to all board certified MDs and DOs and each year tens of thousands of physicians cast many tens of thousands of nominations. Nominated physicians are then screened and selected by the Castle Connolly physician-led research team based on criteria including medical education, training, hospital appointments, disciplinary histories and much more. Only physicians such as Jacqueline Jones who are considered to be among the top 1% in their specialties are selected for inclusion in America's Top Doctors.

Castle Connolly Medical Ltd.'s President and CEO Dr. John Connolly commented on Dr. Jones's recognition: "Being selected for inclusion in America's Top Doctors is a very significant achievement given to only 1% of American physicians. The world of American doctors includes incredibly high quality medical professionals, yet some stand out. Each year we evaluate tens of thousands of peer nominations from throughout the medical community. Then our experts go even deeper to evaluate and select Top Doctors based on referred doctors' exceptional work and outstanding conduct. My congratulations to Dr. Jones."

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American Registry

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