Patients Honor Dr. Donald Corenman for Compassion
Patients' Choice has announced that Dr. Donald Corenman was one of a select few physicians honored with the prestigious 2012 Compassionate Doctor Certification.
Each year nearly 100 million patients across the U.S. access websites like Vitals UCompareHealthCare and Patients' Choice to provide feedback about experiences with their physicians.
Only those physicians with near perfect overall and bedside manner scores as voted by their patients are selected for the Compassionate Doctor recognition. Of the nation's 870000 active physicians only 3% were accorded this honor in 2012.
The Compassionate Doctor certification is part of the Patients' Choice recognition program where patients rate and vote for their favorite doctors.
Dr. Donald Corenman commented on the recognition: "This is quite an honor for me. I am very pleased to have been selected and grateful to my patients who went out of their way to rate me and give me positive reviews."
For more information on this Compassionate Doctor please visit Dr. Donald Corenman's profile on Vitals.com.
Following the publication of Dr. Donald Corenman's selection for the Patients' Choice Award American Registry seconded the honor and added Dr. Corenman to The Registry(TM) of Business Excellence. An exclusive recognition plaque has been designed to commemorate the honor.
For more information on Dr. Donald Corenman located in Vail CO call (970) 476-1100 or visit www.neckandback.com.
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