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Fourteen members of Southern Maryland Hospitalís medical staff made US News and World Reportís list of the nationís top doctors.

The Clinton hospital honorees work in 10 medical and surgical specialties and include Dr. Srinivas Addalla, interventional cardiology; Dr. Khalid Ashai, interventional cardiology and echocardiography; Dr. Rosalyn Baker, pediatric and adult allergy and immunology; Dr. George B. Bren, cardiology; Dr. John Byrne, orthopedic surgery; Dr. Francis Dickson, obstetrics and gynecology; Dr. Benjamin Finder, breast disease and breast surgery; Dr. Patrick Haugh, infectious disease; Dr. Andrew Howard, nephrology; Dr. Harvey Katzen, medical oncology; Dr. Basirmohmad Kolia, cardiology; Dr. Mohammad-Saeed Koolaee, cardiology; Dr. Samir F. Shabshab, nephrology; and Dr. Philip Wisotsky, geriatrics.

ďA key part of our hospitalís mission is to provide advanced medical and surgical care for the 800,000 residents of our community by recruiting the regionís top physicians to Southern Maryland Hospital,Ē said hospital CEO Michael J. Chiaramonte in a news release. ďWe are delighted to see these members of our medical staff recognized for their clinical expertise and excellent patient care. Congratulations to all of these top doctors.Ē

US News and World Report uses a peer nomination process to compile the list.