Texas Monthly’s SUPER DOCTORS: Rising Stars 2015 listing includes 9 Austin Regional Clinic physicians

Austin Regional Clinic Doctors receive special recognition

July 1, 2015 - Nine Austin Regional Clinic physicians representing six specialties are featured in the July, 2015 issue of Texas Monthly in its list of Texas Super Doctors: Rising Stars Edition 2015. The publishers of Texas Monthly and Key Professional Media, Inc., released this list of Texas Rising Stars, stating that they are “the physicians who are trusted and sought out by colleagues for medical care.” The doctors were selected by their peers and verified by the Key Professional Media research staff .

“This honor is especially gratifying to our nine ‘rising stars’,” said Dr. Norman. H. Chenven, CEO and Founder of Austin Regional Clinic, “and we are proud of this well-earned recognition from their peers. These doctors and their 330 colleagues all provide the comprehensive, coordinated, high-quality care for which ARC is known and respected, and which benefits our patients and saves healthcare dollars in the long run.”

Key Professional Media, Inc. asked more than 40,000 medical professionals in Texas to nominate one or more doctors, other than themselves, from 42 specified medical specialties based on one question: “If you needed medical care in one of the following specialties, which doctor would you choose?” The research team identified newer Texas doctors who have been fully-licensed approximately 10 years or less. The “Rising Stars” distinction is in its fourth year , specifically recognizing younger physicians, for Texas Super Doctors, which publishes its main list in December. Only 2.5% of all active Texas physicians are selected to the Texas Rising Stars list.

The following Austin Regional Clinic physicians are included in the Texas Super Doctors : Rising Stars 2015 listing:


About Austin Regional Clinic –

Austin Regional Clinic is a multispecialty medical group committed to providing comprehensive health care services throughout the greater Austin area. Founded by three physicians in 1980, it now provides health care to over 400,000 area residents in 21 locations in seven cities, including both primary and specialty care. ARC is unique to the Austin area because of the widespread locations, convenient services and quality assurance programs. ARC Patients enjoy such conveniences as same-day appointments, online appointment scheduling, 24/7 phone scheduling, ARC MyChart patient portal, after hours clinics, and nursing services through the night. Most ARC offices also offer on-site radiology and lab services and some offices offer specialty programs such as a travel clinic and weight loss programs. Patients can also request future or same-day appointments from the ARC web site. For more information, visit www.austinregionalclinic.com.

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