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SEPTEMBER OCTOBER features

83 POINT OF DREW

Drew Barrymore’s name is pop-culture gold. She is a glamorous cover model, talk-show darling, much-beloved actress, Hollywood royalty — and still the girl next door. She’s also the executive producer of a reboot of the classic Charlie’s Angels series, set to debut this fall on ABC. Why set the series in South Florida instead of southern California? “L.A. didn’t seem as glamorous or sexy,’’ the producers/writers say.

91 DESIGN: A SPLASH OF COLOR

We are awash in color here. Electric ocean blue. Sunshine yellow. Swimming pool violet. Sunset pink. So why are so many of our homes…beige? Meet some design revolutionaries determined to color our world.

103 CAR STORIES

There are cars for transportation. Cars for commuting. Cars for getting from Point A to Point B. And then there are the cars that we love. Meet seven car owners whose relationship with their wheels is something more than platonic.

120 RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT TIME

There is a world beyond our world, and South Florida is one of the best ports to sail from to see it.

132 THE BEST NEW RESTAURANTS OF 2011

Our fine dining writer carefully pared down over 30 new restaurants that have opened within the past 12 months, and selected these five to represent the year’s best. We can’t wait to dig in.

Pompano Beach designer Perla Lichi applied a color blocking technique in this Highland Beach condo. Photography by Barry Grossman Story begins on page 91

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CRUISE 2011-12 AWAY TO SEE THE WORLD THE CARS WE LOVE COUTURE CONFECTIONS THE BEST NEW RESTAURANTS

A DREW AGE From girl next door to cover girl with South Florida Charlie’s Angels Executive Producer Drew Barrymore

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ON THE COVER Drew Barrymore in an Emilio Pucci gown for Neiman Marcus, photographed by Norman Jean Roy. Neiman Marcus at Bal Harbour Shops, Bal Harbour; The Galleria, Fort Lauderdale; Town Center at Boca Raton and Worth Avenue, Palm Beach. Shopping guide pg. 144.

The stars come out for the 26th annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, which, for the first time, actually will have an international venue.

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On the Shore Dreams come in all sizes at the 52nd Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. A look at a few new yachts in many a nautical fantasy.

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From sumptuous color palettes to the frilly froth of tulle and luscious laces, Fashion and Style Director Elyse Ranart says this season’s couture confections look good enough to eat.

There is more to white wine than oaky chardonnays, Wine & Spirit Writer Bob Hosmon says. Deliciously more.

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Drew Barrymore’s rise from girl next door to cover girl is nothing short of astonishing – and, Fashion Editor Rod Hagwood says, it’s about time.

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Art and Letters More than 100 pieces of world art – from Native American robes to Grecian urns – elevate a Lowe Art Museum exhibition to mythic proportions.

Home and Décor

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Health & Medical Writer Nancy McVicar reports that breast cancer survival rates are up since October became Breast Cancer Awareness Month nearly 30 years ago. But there’s still much work – and screening – to do.

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e are sitting in my car on the top floor of a parking garage in downtown Fort Lauderdale. It is sunny today. About 92 degrees. About 98 percent humidity. And we are not dressed to go out there. “I’m ready for you,’’ says Susan Stocker, our talented – and apparently heat-resistant – photographer, who’s been setting up our new publishing team’s photo against the downtown Fort Lauderdale skyline. Holly Svekis “Come on,’’ she says, knocking on the window at the Account Manager four of us. “I’m ready!” She smiles. She makes it look cool out there. We brush flyaway hair. Smooth skirts. Pull the tie straight. And burst from our bubble of air-conditioned air, out onto the baking concrete … where it is instantly apparent Valerie Chocron that it is not cool out there. We do our best to appear cool Account Manager as Susan snaps away, but the swelter is unrelenting. Lori JACOBY I glance at the new associate publisher of City & Shore Associate Publisher Magazine, Lori Jacoby. Mark Gauert “We’re melting,’’ she says. Editor & Publisher I look over at Valerie Chocron and Holly Svekis, the new advertising account managers, who have been patient, professional, persevering. “We’re squinting, too.’’ The editor and publisher of City & Shore is beginning to wonder if he’s led the new team into a molten, squinty fiasco. “We should go to the studio,’’ says Lori, who can say this because she has years of actual experience in magazine work. (So do I, but mine has all been indoors). This is a tempting suggestion, but I suddenly worry Our new staff members are already bringing about the reputation we have to uphold among Hollywood a fresh outlook and vitality to City & Shore’s producers and writers, for dressing up when we go out here. I think publishing side. They join an exceptionally about how we want to look dressed up – and out on the town, so to talented editorial team, including Art Director speak – for our first photo together. I think about how it’s going to Anderson Greene, Fashion and Style Director look if we pick up all the camera stuff and scatter just because of a Elyse Ranart, Contributing Editor Elizabeth Rahe, little humidity and, well, heat stroke. How that’s going to play with the Fashion Editor Rod Hagwood; Creative Designer Hollywood “insiders.” Anna Pizzoferrato, and all the other names you But this is one editor & publisher who knows when to listen to see on our masthead. suggestions – especially when sweat’s running down his back. But some things remain the same, going on Which is why Susan shot the photo you see here in a nice, air11 years: conditioned studio. (Just imagine a skyline in the background, please). We listen. City & Shore Magazine turned 10 years old earlier this year. We have And we are ready to go out there. survived – and thrived – because we’re a magazine that listens to all, one that’s published for all. Especially our readers. —Mark Gauert mgauert@cityandshore.com

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Elizabeth Rahe (Items for “In the City,’’ pg. 21, “On the Shore,’’ pg. 34, and “Point of Drew: Drew Barrymore and the South Florida reboot of Charlie’s Angels,’’ pg. 83) is a former Sun Sentinel Lifestyle editor. Charlyne V. Schaub (Items for “In the City,” pg. 26, “On the Shore,’’ pg. 38, “Home & Décor,’’ pg. 61, and “Design: Splash of Color,’’ pg. 91) is the former editor of the Sun Sentinel’s Home & Garden section. Robyn A. Friedman (Items for “In the City,’’ pg. 26, and “Glam-A-THON,’’ pg. 43) is a freelance writer and the Sun Sentinel’s real-estate columnist.

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Nancy McVicar (“Health & Fitness,’’ pg. 64) is a former health and medical writer for the Sun Sentinel. Dave Wieczorek (“Car Stories,’’ pg. 103) is a freelance writer and the former assistant editor of Sunshine, the Sun Sentinel’s Sunday magazine.

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Rebecca Cahilly (“The Best New Restaurants,’’ pg. 132) is our Fine Dining writer. Marcia Levin (“Travel: The Right Place, The Right Time,’’ pg. 120) is a freelance writer and the past president of the Society of American Travel Writers. Bob Hosmon (“Chardonnaysayers,’’ pg. 140) is Vice Dean for Advancement & External Affairs/Director of Public Relations Academic Program at the School of Communication at the University of Miami. Kingsley Guy (“Art & Letters,’’ pg. 146) is the former editor of the Sun Sentinel’s Editorial page.


IN THE CITY Keira Knightley and Michael Fassbinder in A Dangerous Method. Check the festival website for dates and show times.

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Dennis Farina in The Last Rites of Joe May. Check the festival website for dates and show times.

guests. Special events run throughout the festival, finishing with the wrap party Nov. 11 at The Manor entertainment complex in Wilton Manors. In between the bookend celebrations, the festival features a broad catalog of American independent and world cinema feature films, documentaries and shorts, screened primarily at Fort Lauderdale’s yearround art-house theater, Cinema Paradiso, and, new this year, at the Sunrise Civic Center. Although von Hausch was still lining up films, stars and filmmakers at press time, here are a few of his early favorites: The Last Rites of Joe May, starring Dennis Farina as an aging hustler who has one last shot at greatness. Farina is scheduled to attend the festival. Man on the Train, starring Donald Sutherland and U2 drummer Larry Mullen Jr., is a character study involving a restrained professor and an itinerant criminal who form an unlikely bond. A Dangerous Method, featuring Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbinder and Keira Knightley, explores the intense relationship between Carl Jung and his mentor, Sigmund Freud, and the troubled young woman who comes between them. Fifty Nothing is about two men in their 50s off for a weekend getaway of golf and recreational sex in Palm Springs. “It’s a coming of age comedy for people who are already of age,” von Hausch says. Cairo Exit, which was banned in Egypt, tells the story of star-crossed love between a young Muslim man and a Coptic Christian woman in Cairo. Filmmaker Hesham Issawi, who is scheduled to present the film, had to shoot some scenes “guerrilla-style” to evade authorities. How to Start a Revolution, a documentary by British filmmaker Ruaridh Arrow, explores how the work of American Gene Sharp in promoting the non-violent overthrow of dictatorships influenced the uprisings of the Arab Spring. Like Crazy, which won Best Picture at Sundance Film Festival, tells the tale of a British college student who falls for an American student, only to be separated from him after she overstays her U.S. visa. Actors Anton Yelchin and Felicity Jones are scheduled to attend. Late Bloomers (French title : Trois fois 20 ans) stars Isabella Rossellini and William Hurt as a long-married couple who react to aging in different ways. Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, Oct. 21-Nov. 11, 954-525-FILM (3456), www.fliff.com.

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Entrepreneur uses business acumen and heart to invest in causes and companies Arthur E. Benjamin

to his heart, including helping at-risk youth through the Boys and Girls Clubs of Broward County and The Consequences Foundation. He has funded retreats for women in recovery from breast cancer, in memory of his wife, Gail, who passed away seven years ago. Gail’s beloved miniature poodle, Buddy, DOLLARS was able to predict her seizures FOR DOGS in her final days. Benjamin was deeply impressed by this intimate For every Facebook connection, which led him to user who likes launch American Dog Rescue to Arthur Benjamin’s fund animal shelters, promote American Dog animal activism and rescue pets Rescue page, following natural disasters. “I’m he will donate $1 a business person, and I apply (up to $10,000) the principles of business to dog to the Humane rescue,” he says. Society of Missouri, He recently co-hosted an event which rescued at King Jewelers in Aventura animals after the to raise awareness and funds Joplin tornado. for Canine Assisted Therapy. Through his American Dog Rescue Facebook page, he is campaigning to raise money for the Humane Society of Missouri, which rescued animals after the Joplin tornado. As he continues his philanthropy, he also keeps an eye on business possibilities. He sees Indonesia as the next frontier for entrepreneurs. “I was impressed by the intelligence of the youth and the hunger to be successful – working two, three jobs, working on business plans, borrowing money from their Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, center, joins other U.S. and Indonesian dignitaries and delegates of the families to start their companies.” Ever the mentor, he says American Global Entrepreneurship Program in Bali, Indonesia. Delray Beach entrepreneur Arthur E. Benjamin is at far right. youth should take note. — Elizabeth Rahe

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o-Jek motorcycle taxis are zipping through gridlocked streets in Jakarta, Indonesia, thanks to the ingenuity of three young entrepreneurs. Their project so impressed Arthur E. Benjamin that he plans to invest in their company. Benjamin, along with other established entrepreneurs at the U.S. State Departmentbacked Global Entrepreneurship Program in Indonesia this July, also coached the founders on expanding their business plan. The mentoring role is a natural fit for Benjamin, a Delray Beach entrepreneur and philanthropist. He was among a dozen delegates who participated in several GEPI activities in Jakarta and Bali, including speed-dating format meetings with upstart business people. Benjamin was named to the delegation for his serial entrepreneurship and experienced investor strategies. His early career involved marketing and sales for major media networks. Then in 1981 he spent eight weeks studying with one of his many mentors, inventor and philosopher Buckminster Fuller. “He made me realize that we all have the same dreams: To be a part of a community…and to make a difference in the world,” Benjamin says. In looking for a way to make a difference, Benjamin turned to career college administration, focusing on helping people better their lives through education, he says. Currently, he serves as vice chairman of the American Institute family of schools. Concern for the health of American adults and children spurred his most recent endeavor. He has signed on as chairman and CEO of Results Weight Loss Inc., which has locations on Florida’s west coast as well as an online program (currently under redevelopment). The association has made a difference in his own waistline: He has lost 20 pounds, and he plans to lose 20 more. His success in business has allowed him to give back, he says. He often quotes George Bernard Shaw in describing his philosophy: “This is the true joy in life, the being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one.” The purposes he funds through his foundations are causes close


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atuzzi Italia, the Italian manufacturer of residential leather sofas and chairs, has opened its second flagship showroom in The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale. The original Natuzzi Italia Flagship Gallery is in New York City. The new gallery, located above P.F. Chang’s and Seasons 52, is 8,000 square feet, the largest Natuzzi showroom in the United States. “The layout and the atmosphere of the store is truly our Italian signature,” says Lauren West, director of communications for Natuzzi Americas. “Designed in Italy, our Centro Style [style center] team works each space, which Mr. Natuzzi personally oversees, to Natuzzi Style express a very warm and elegant atmosphere. The mood and feelings are grounded with elements of nature. Not your typical furniture retail experience - a lot like being invited into someone’s living room.” The gallery includes 25 room settings of Natuzzi’s high-end leather upholstery shown with lamps, rugs, decorative accessories and dining tables. Why did Natuzzi put the second flagship here? “Natuzzi Italia selected South Florida due to the diverse population of the area,” says Joe Mirabile, store partner and operations manager. “The Natuzzi Italia brand appeals to clients from the northeast who winter here and to the Central and South Americans who also call South Florida their second home. This is a unique area that has a high concentration of clients that appreciate Italian design and Italian quality furniture.” A second store will open in Aventura before the end of the year; Dadeland will follow. — Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub

Night at the Museum

A Museum of Discovery and Science gala for the opening of a new wing

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nterested in being one of the first to check out the new EcoDiscovery Center at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Fort Lauderdale — before it opens to the general public on Nov. 11? Then plan on attending the Mercedes-Benz Fort Lauderdale EcoDiscovery Center Grand Opening Gala on Nov. 5. The event will unveil the new 34,000-square-foot wing, which more than doubles the Museum’s current exhibit space. Visitors at the EcoDiscovery Center can enjoy the Everglades Airboat Adventure, experience hurricane-force winds in the Storm Center, dig for fossils next to a 50-foot prehistoric megalodon or watch North American River Otters frolic in their two-story, indoor/outdoor habitat. “We are so excited,” says Kim Cavendish, the Museum’s president and CEO. “This expansion is a major development for Fort Lauderdale and enables us to shine a focused light on the Florida environment and the challenges we face - and to do it in such a way that is fun and immersive for our visitors.”

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The Gala’s festivities begin at 6 p.m. with a cocktail reception and silent auction, followed by an elegant dinner and live auction, where guests can bid on prizes such as a Galapagos Island cruise or a vacation at Canyon Ranch. A dance party will cap off the evening, at which 600 guests are expected. Tables for 10 are available for $5,000, and VIP tables of 12 are available for $10,000. A limited number of individual tickets are available for $500 per person. All proceeds benefit the Museum. Major sponsors of the Gala include Mercedes-Benz Fort Lauderdale, Wells Fargo & Co. and Southern Wine & Spirits. Additional sponsors and event partners include BB&T, the Sun Sentinel, City & Shore Magazine, Levinson Jewelers, American Airlines and MOR Printing. For information or tickets, call 954-713-0906 or visit www.mods.org. —Robyn A. Friedman


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Learn how you can make a difference in the lives of those affected by domestic violence at the Women In Distress Auxiliary Membership Drive. 6:30 p.m. at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, 9521 Westview Drive, Coral Springs. $15. 954-591-9204, http://womenindistress.org/ wida.html.

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HSBC Tennis Cup, a one-night tournament featuring tennis greats Jimmy Connors, Jim Courier, John McEnroe and Pete Sampras. 7:30 p.m. at the BankAtlantic Center, Sunrise. Ticket prices vary. 800-745-3000 (Ticketmaster), www. championsseriestennis.com.

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Enjoy lunch, golf and a barbecue dinner while you help support abused and neglected children in South Florida at the KID Auxiliary Masters Golf Tournament. 11:30 a.m., registration and lunch; 1 p.m., shotgun start at Grande Oaks Golf Club, 3201 Rolling Hills Circle, Davie. $175 ($30, dinner only for non-golfers). 954252-3365, www.kidaux.org.

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military outreach initiative supported by the PGA Tour. The day’s festivities include a shotgun-style golf tournament and lunch, followed by an awards ceremony, silent auction and three-course dinner at Morton’s The Steakhouse in Fort Lauderdale. 11 a.m., registration; 11:45 a.m. shotgun start. Lago Mar Golf Course, 500 NW 127th Ave., Plantation. $175 (includes greens fees, golf cart, lunch, beverage cart, awards reception and dinner). 561-392-8643, http://mortonssoflgolf. eventbrite.com.

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Strap on your stilettos for the Glam Doll Strut, a walkathon to raise money for local breast cancer patients and their families. Noon to 3 p.m. in Fort Lauderdale’s Himmarshee Historic District. $40. 877-322-7924, www.glam-a-thon.com. See story, pg. 43.

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-Nov. 11 26th Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival. See story, pg. 21. Sawgrass Mills hosts Role Models, a fundraising event benefitting several local charitable organizations and honoring seven inspirational women for their contributions to the community. Special guest host is Teresa Scanlan, Miss America 2011. The event includes an awards ceremony, cocktail reception, silent auction and designer fashion show. 6 p.m. at The Colonnade. $50. 954- 846-2350, www.sawgrassmills.com.

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Royal Dames of Cancer Research 42nd Annual Tiara Ball, fund-raiser for cancer research at Rumbaugh Goodwin Institute at Nova Southeastern University. Hyatt Regency Pier SixtySix, Fort Lauderdale. www.royaldames.org.

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Apps won’t replace ATMs or banks any time soon. But BankAtlantic’s mobile banking is gaining currency

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hen it comes to how they bank, South Floridians are all over the map – literally. An entire generation grew up in the era of ATMs, and it’s second nature for them to disregard bankers’ hours when it comes to deposits and withdrawals. For an increasing number of folks who have latched onto their smartphone as a constant companion, mobile banking is an increasingly attractive trend. BankAtlantic strives to provide these opportunities while maintaining a customer-driven philosophy that closely monitors where and how their consumers want to bank, said Lloyd DeVaux, chief operating officer. The bank maintains a mobile application that allows consumers to access their accounts from iPhone and Droid platforms. The app allows customers to view balances and transactions, transfer funds between accounts, and receive text alerts for certain activities, such as low balances. The bank is looking at supporting the iPad as well, DeVaux said. “The big enchilada,” as DeVaux sees it, will be payments that allow a consumer to swipe a phone rather than a credit card, and he is watching those trends closely. Yet BankAtlantic is treading carefully in other aspects of mobile banking technology, such as remote deposit capture, where there may be the potential for fraud. DeVaux also sees that many folks here still want to walk into a bricks-and-mortar building in their neighborhood, see the teller and get the cash from a human. That’s a lesson many banks learned the hard way, when they tried to restrict access to tellers or charge for face-to-face interaction, and clients balked, loudly. “We don’t need to be on the cusp of technology,” DeVaux said. “We are about building relationships, and cutting the red tape for our customer base.” —Ellen Forman

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reams come in all sizes at the 52nd Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, and so do the objects of those dreams. Here’s a look at a few new yachts – in large, medium and small (relatively) – that are likely to fulfill many a nautical fantasy. For more than $3 billion in marine dreams and accessories, visit the boat show, Oct. 27-31. Single and multiple-day tickets are available at discounted rates via the website, www.showmanagement.com, or at the gate on show days. 164-foot Westport tri-deck motor yacht: Trans-oceanic voyages are an exercise in luxury on this new Westport flagship. Destined for stylish entertaining, the Westport 164 offers an abundance of gathering spaces, including a hot-tub lounge, sun deck and an elegant salon that opens to a large covered aft deck with a wet bar and space for dining and conversation. The commercial-grade galley has easy access to the adjacent large formal dining room. The garage has room to harbor tenders and toys for more fun on the water. Six stateroom suites, including a top-deck VIP suite with its own sundeck, are appointed with fine fabrics, cabinetry, stone and leathers, providing posh accommodations for up to 12 guests, plus 13 crew. Take a virtual tour at www.westportyachts.com. 64-foot Princess flybridge motor yacht: This sporty yacht features a spacious flybridge that welcomes al fresco

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diners at a teak table with U-shaped seating, along with a refrigerator, sink, grill and aft sun bed. On the main deck, a hydraulically controlled bathing platform allows ladderless swimming and hassle-free launch of a tender or personal watercraft. The light-flooded salon features a sliding glass screen to section off the galley and dining area or open up the party. The staterooms below include a full-beam amidships master suite, a roomy forward guest stateroom and twinberth stateroom, all with en-suite bathrooms, plus a study or additional stateroom with upper and lower berths to port. www. princessyachts-us.com Riva Iseo 27: With rich mahogany gleaming under 20 coats of varnish and an available zero-emission-option hybrid propulsion engine, the new Riva Iseo 27 is a beautiful marriage of classic design and recent technology. Designed as a nimble runabout or a tender to a larger yacht, the Ferretti Group craft delivers top speeds of 36 to 42 knots, depending upon the choice of propulsion system. Furnishing options include Poltrona Frau sundeck, sofas, dashboard and driving seat. Equipped with stern drive, the Iseo also can be fitted with a 3-hp bow propeller to facilitate agile mooring. A standard, custom-made trailer makes transporting the dream…a dream. www.riva-yacht.com

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eed a little help traversing the six sites and 3 million square feet of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Oct. 27-31? There’s an app for that, says Show Management Senior Vice President and COO Dane Graziano. Plus more convenient parking, improved signage, reconfigured indoor exhibit space and a new superyacht pavilion. It’s all part of Show Management’s effort to make the 52nd edition of the show more user-friendly, he says, and to keep up with demand. “It looks like we have a 5 percent increase in exhibitors over last year,” Graziano says, adding that it defies an industry trend showing a 25-40 percent decrease in boat show participation. “That’s why we have the largest boat show in the world. It’s where the world of yachting meets.” Superyachts will reign over the show, as usual, with the Superyacht Builders Association setting up shop in a new custom-built, air-conditioned barge-pavilion floating on the Intracoastal Waterway at Bahia Mar. Adjacent docking puts the yacht builders right next to their floating works of marine technology and design. In addition to yachts and boats of every dimension, the show features educational activities, electronics, engines and marine gear, plus exotic cars, clothing and jewelry, food, cocktails and entertainment. The free mobile app for iPhones and Androids will help visitors find all of these features. (Visit www.showmanagement.com for information.) Illustrated pocket maps and more signs complement the boat show program. Convenient and affordable parking has been one of Graziano’s pet projects. “We’ve make it friendlier and more convenient than ever in the history of the show,” he says. Parking is available for as little as $5 and $6 a day, with free transportation via buses or riverboats and all-day Water Taxi service for $10. In the Broward County Convention Center a new layout facilitates traffic flow and makes room for more boats. Seminars and demonstrations from Blue Wild Dive and Travel Show, the International Game Fish Association’s School of Sportfishing and Hook the Future provide educational experiences for all ages. “There will be a kids’ fishing clinic with pros on the weekend, and they get a rod and reel and tackle box to take home,” Graziano says, emphasizing the broad appeal and accessibility of the show – and of marine activities in general. Boating is not only for the ultra-rich but for all kinds of families, he says. “It’s a wonderful lifestyle. People work hard for this, dream about it, why not do it?” —Elizabeth Rahe 36

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hink you need a boat to get involved in the Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade preparations? Think again. Everyone can join in a host of events leading up to the Dec. 10 parade, now celebrating its 40th year with the theme Rockin’ Boats & Holiday Floats. Following are a few of the Winterfest highlights. For more events and information, visit the website www. winterfestparade.com or call 954-767-0686. Illuminate a good cause – Have extra holiday lights in storage? Donate them to help decorate boats representing non-profit organizations in the parade. Have some extra time? Volunteer to help decorate charity boats.

Winterfest White Party and After Party – Oct. 28, Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, Fort Lauderdale. Although the White Party is for sponsors and media only, the after party on the beach, beginning around 9 p.m., is open to the public. Winterfest Golf & Tennis Classic – Nov. 18, Coral Ridge Country Club, Fort Lauderdale. Held in association with the Miami Dolphins and Florida Panthers, this scramble-format tournament is sure to include some home-team pros in their respective sports. Includes an awards luncheon and cocktail reception, plus premium goodie bags. Golf $200 per person; tennis $125 per person. Reception only is $60 per person. Winterfest Family Day – Nov. 27, Riverside Hotel Lawn, Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. Free family activities such as arts & crafts, bounce house, photos with Santa and much more. Winterfest Black Tie Ball – 6 p.m.-midnight, Dec. 3, Hard Rock Live, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Hollywood. Enjoy entertainment, dancing and auction, featuring items such as a 2012 JM Lexus, Wine Estate Vacation from Premier Beverage and a shopping spree from Carroll’s Jewelers. Tickets are $225-$350 per person or $2,000-$3,500 per table of 10. Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade – 6:30 p.m. Dec. 10. Private boat entry is only $35, including boats that promote a non-profit organization. Commercial boat entry starts at $250, with charters starting at $500. Winterfest is encouraging classic boat owners to join in to celebrate the 40th anniversary. The parade begins in downtown Fort Lauderdale and travels along the New River and up the Intracoastal Waterway to Lake Santa Barbara in Pompano Beach. Reserved grandstand viewing, which includes the Family Fun Zone, is available at Birch State Park, beginning at 3:30 p.m. —Elizabeth Rahe


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he “Watch for Japan” is a timely timepiece, presented by King Jewelers in Aventura and BRM Watches to renew attention on relief efforts for the devastating March 11 earthquake and tsunami. The limited-edition, $7,950 watch features an image of the Japanese flag on the dial, stainless steel, automatic movement, a crystal sapphire front and back, a three-year warranty — and net proceeds donated to the Japanese Relief Fund, distributed by the American Red Cross. “This is the first time in horology that an authorized dealer and watch manufacturer have collaborated efforts to directly raise funds for international relief,” says Jono King, owner of King Jewelers. “King Jewelers is a proud leader in these philanthropic efforts. By creating this exclusive timepiece we wanted to reach outside of our traditional grassroots and capture the awareness of watch collectors worldwide.”

King Jewelers: 18265 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305-935-4900, www.kings1912.com. —Valerie Nahmad Schimel

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Real house vibes of Boca Raton

Tuning in to ‘boutique building’ One Thousand Ocean’s star turn on HGTV

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e are used to seeing South Floridians on reality shows like The Real Housewives of Miami, Big Brother and The Apprentice. But this time an upscale condo is the star. One Thousand Ocean in Boca Raton recently was the focus of HGTV’s Selling New York. More than 100 residents, top prospects, city VIPS and journalists gathered in the condo’s penthouse for a reception and prescreening of the episode. They got their pictures taken, munched on hors d’ oeuvres and drank One Thousand Ocean blue martinis. The show, which airs at 9 p.m. Thursdays, focused on the nautilus-shaped contemporary condo’s location on the ocean and south point of Boca Raton Inlet. The condos, which sell for $3-$15 million, feature top-of-the- line appliances, summer kitchens, outdoor whirlpools and large verandas. Only 12 units are available out of 52. Jaime Telchin, president of development of LXR Luxury Resorts, said One Thousand Ocean was featured briefly in 2009. His company contacted show host Michelle Kleier to see if the condo could get a larger role on the show to receive

additional exposure in the northeast. The show’s story line focuses on the strategic alliance between Telchin and Kleier’s New York real estate firm, Gumley Haft Kleier. Warburg Realty’s sale of a cooperative in Brooklyn was also featured. The show, according to Telchin, put a positive spin on real estate in Boca and in South Florida. Since March, Telchin said seven residences have been sold, worth more than $35 million. “We refer to it as a boutique building,” he said. “It isn’t like an enormous building in Miami, Fort Lauderdale or New York City. It is a smaller building for a unique group of people.” One Thousand Ocean, 1000 S. Ocean Blvd., Boca Raton, 561-869-5000, www.onethousandocean.com. —Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub

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Power Lunch, to benefit Jack & Jill Children’s Center. 11:30 a.m. at Truluck’s, 2584A E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. Proceeds will help provide scholarships and family support for children. $75; sponsorships available. 954-463-8772, ext. 218, www.jackandjillcenter.org.

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Sixth Annual Go Red For Women Celebration Luncheon and Love Your Heart Workshops, featuring educational workshops, boutiques and a heart-healthy luncheon. 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, 3030 Holiday Drive, Fort Lauderdale. $125. 954-492-6994, www. heart.org/browardgored.

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Enjoy A Night on the Riviera, a casino night to raise funds for Gilda’s Club, featuring gaming tables, raffles, a silent auction, open bar and French cuisine from Chef Remi. 7 p.m. at Ferrari Maserati of Fort Lauderdale, 5750 N. Federal Highway. $125. 954-763-6776, www. gildasclubsouthflorida.org.

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Public Good,” a fundraiser for Legal Aid Service of Broward County and Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida. 6 p.m. at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina. $150. 954-736-2429, www. legalaid.org/for-the-publicgood-event.htm.

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Give Back Getaway, sponsored by The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale, a volunteer program at John U. Lloyd Beach State Park that gives guests an opportunity to help protect neighboring coastline and habitat. After learning the importance of protecting the beaches, guests assist in planting wild sea oats near the shoreline and enjoy a boxed lunch prepared by Ritz-Carlton chefs. 8:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. $99, adults; $49, children 13 and under; resort rates start at $309. Roundtrip transportation from The Ritz-Carlton is provided. Limited to RitzCarlton guests; reservation required. 954-302-6410, fllrz. concierge@ritzcarlton.com.

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Go Pink in the City, the 8th Annual Go Pink Luncheon, to raise funds for the Christine E. Lynn Women’s Health & Wellness Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Guests will enjoy a delectable luncheon and raffles; each will receive a fabulous favor. This year’s keynote speaker is Kristin Davis of Sex and the City. 11 a.m. at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. $150;

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-11 The 16th Annual AT&T Jeb Bush Florida Classic is a spirited three-day destination event with something for everyone. The Classic includes four events: a golf tournament, fishing tournament, Beach Bash and black-tie gala, all to raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Events at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six and Fort Lauderdale Country Club. Times and prices vary. 954-739-5006, www.jebcf.org.

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-13 Chris Evert/ Raymond James Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic, a fun-filled weekend featuring two days of pro-celebrity tennis at the Delray Beach Tennis Center, and the Pro-Celebrity Gala, an elegant dinner-dance at the Boca Raton Resort & Club. This year’s participants include Christian Slater, Hoda Kotb and Scott Foley. Proceeds benefit the fight against drug abuse and child neglect in Florida. Times and prices vary. 561-394-2400, www.chrisevert.org.

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The Galleria’s 5th Men of Style Shopping Night, presented by Signature Grand, benefitting 10 local charities 6-9 p.m. The leading men, each representing one of the participating charities are: Tony Ash (Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theatre), John Cotter (ArtServe), Philip DeBiasi (HANDY), Lt. Robert Furman (2-1-1 Broward), Taylor Gang (Make-A-Wish Foundation of Southern Florida), Sgt. Michael Kallman (Women in Distress of Broward County Auxiliary), Sheriff Al Lamberti (Junior Achievement of South Florida), Tom Loffredo (Leadership Broward Foundation), John Mabry (Art & Culture Center of Hollywood) and Randy Sweers (Take Stock In Children). All attendees will receive a Men of Style Shopping Night “Passport of Savings,” featuring select mall retailers and restaurant incentives valued more than the ticket cost. Tickets $50 from The Galleria’s Guest Services and through the participating charities. Call The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale at 954-564-1036.

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At a summer party in Aspen, Colo.: 1. Robin Levinson and Elle Macpherson. Levinson Jewelers’ private jewelry exhibition in Aspen, Colo.: 2. Mark and Robin Levinson with Aimee and John Oates, of Hall and Oates. United Way of Broward County’s Annual Celebration to Learn How Their Generosity is Changing Lives: 3. Julie Southern, Jennifer O’Flannery Anderson, Ray Southern and Ray Stapleton. Rick Case Automotive Group charity Kickoff Party for their 50th Anniversary, “50 Years of Rockin’ & Rollin’,” scheduled for Jan. 14, 2012: 4. Maureen Hodrot and Amy Cassini, from Habitat for Humanity Broward; with Marcy Falcone from SOS Children’s Villages. 5. Rita and Rick Case. 6. Sharon Ellington and Curtis Artis from 4KIDS of South Florida.

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or most breast cancer survivors, the five-year mark is an important milestone. Women who have been disease-free for five years are generally presumed to be cured, although breast cancer has been known to recur after that point. Still, the longer a cancer patient goes without any evidence of cancer, the better the prognosis. No one knows this better than Tammy Gail. A breast cancer survivor herself, Gail, president of Floridata Market Research, is the founder of the Glam-A-THON, a series of festive events intended to bring attention to, and raise funds for patients suffering from, breast cancer. This year marks the fifth year that the Glam-A-THON has been attracting attendees from all over South Florida, whom Gail refers to as “divas.” So she plans to celebrate the anniversary in her own inimitable style. “We are raising the bar this year,” says Gail, who was diagnosed at age 41, underwent multiple surgeries and chemotherapy and is now in her seventh year of remission. “We’re going to celebrate in a huge way.” The Glam-A-THON has remained successful despite a tough economy, due largely to Gail’s passion and contagious enthusiasm. “We have a BY ROBYN A. FRIEDMAN tremendous following of divas who know about the event, and they’re turning their friends on to it and developing bigger teams and more fundraising,” she says. “So the future looks very bright for us.” Last year, the events that make up the Glam-A-THON raised over $100,000 for breast cancer research, with funds donated to the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, whose work targets breast cancer in young women. This year, however, Gail is tweaking things a bit. With Glam-A-THON recently receiving its 501(c)(3) designation from the Internal Revenue Service, it’s now considered to be a charitable organization eligible for taxdeductible contributions in its own right. So to better control how the funds it raises are spent — and to help local residents who are facing breast cancer — Glam-A-THON will allocate funding to individual patients and their families who are in need of financial support.

THE FIFTH ANNUAL GLAM-A-THON – FEATURING THE HIGH-HEELED GLAM DOLL STRUT IN FORT LAUDERDALE OCT. 15 – STEPS UP TO KISS BREAST CANCER GOODBYE

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“”We’re going to try to help as many people as we can because $100,000 is a lot more effective locally when you can help 200 people versus writing one check for the entire amount to a research project where you never see what it actually does,” Gail says. “There is a human element where you want to know who you’re helping and hug that person and follow their progress. This way, attendees can know that their money is staying within the community.” Gail’s goal this year: to break 2,000 attendees and raise $200,000.

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As in prior years, the 2011 Glam-A-THON’s main event will be the Glam Doll Strut, a walkathon where participants of all ages, shapes, sexes and species — yes, dogs are welcome and even encouraged to attend — get decked out in the latest styles of pink boas, sequins and, of course, stilettos (well maybe not the dogs) to raise money for a great cause. The glamorous events kick off, however, on Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. with the Third Annual Lipstick Lounge, a celebration of all things female, at the W Hotel in Fort Lauderdale. This event, which focuses on cocktails, cosmetics and confections, includes vendors such as Charles Albert handcrafted jewelry (featured in Vogue, Elle, Allure and Marie Claire), Mercura Sunglasses (designer of one-of-a-kind glasses for Lady Gaga and Elton John), UnderWraps Lingerie and international makeup artist E. Pierre Pope, as well as sweet treats from some of the best confectioners in South Florida. Bliss Spa will be on hand to provide hand massages, as well as complimentary product samples, and there will be chef presentations from Steak 954 and Publix Apron’s Cooking School. The $50 admission fee ($40 if purchased in advance) includes signature cocktails, delicious handpassed appetizers, a fabulous swag bag, a trunk show by top South Beach fashion designer Nicolas Felizola and a lingerie show sponsored by Hpnotiq Harmonie Liqueur. Shireen Sandoval, an entertainment reporter for WSVN, will host the event.

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“There’s nothing better than being able to have a great time for a great cause,” says Leia Bosco, marketing manager for the W Fort Lauderdale. “It’s going to be stellar.” Stellar is exactly the right word, because Nicolas Felizola is a designer of choice for many Hollywood stars and celebrities and is considered one of the top 10 Latino designers in the industry. “He’s the Versace of the Latin industry,” says Sandra Madjdi, a celebrity stylist who works with Felizola. “He embraces the woman who wants to dress sexy without revealing her skin too much.” Madjdi says that attendees at the Lipstick Lounge should expect a very colorful fashion show with a lot of old Hollywood glamour. “Stay tuned for something very different and unique,” she says. On Oct. 14, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., divas will gather at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six for the first-ever Tiki Chic-y Poolside After Dark Party, free to those who have registered for the Glam Doll Strut and $10 for non-registered guests. Gail says this event will be the perfect way to kick back in resortfabulous wear and relax before divas slip on their most outrageous stilettos for the Glam Doll Strut the next day. Guests will enjoy complimentary signature cocktails concocted from Bacardi's Oakheart spiced rum, Harmonie Liqueur and Fuze, exotic bites from the chefs at the Pier Sixty-Six and a tropical beat from the Cutback Surf Band. “We’re turning the hotel pink for the weekend,” says Sarah Summy, director of sales and marketing for the Pier Sixty-Six. “Even the pool will be pink.” The hotel is also offering a “Diva Weekend” package, with rooms available for $119 per night, $20 of which will be donated back to the Glam-A-THON. Spa packages will be discounted as well, and there will be a celebratory brunch on Sunday to honor those touched by breast cancer. On Oct. 15, at 11 a.m., registration opens for the Glam Doll Strut, which will kick off at noon. South Florida’s most fabulous will gather at Esplanade Park in the Himmarshee Historic District in their most outrageous attire, ready to strut for the cause. The cost is $40 in advance and $50 after Oct. 1. As usual, awards will be bestowed after the Strut for the Glam Queen, Ms. Fab Swag, Ms. Glambassador, the Doggie Diva — and more. This fun, hip event brings a sea of pink to downtown Fort Lauderdale and attracts thousands. So far, some of the teams that have registered include the Sole Sisters, GlamBam-Spank-You-Ma’am, Sassy Stilettos, Saving Second Base and The Breast Pumps. “We’re going to glam it up as much as we can, with a new improved logo,” says Ginny Fujino, captain of the Sole Sisters, who is hoping to have a team of about 125 strutters this year. “There’s not one person who doesn’t


know somebody who was affected by breast cancer — that’s why everybody is so passionate about this event.” The Sassy Stilettos, headed by team captain Judith Honorowski, raised about $8,000 last year and plan to top that this year. The team is sponsored by Pompano Beachbased American Van Lines, which even created a Glam-A-THON van last year that acts as a moving billboard for the event. “It’s a fun event,” says Anthony DiSorbo, the company’s owner. “The most important thing is that it’s local. We want to support our local community as much as possible.” DiSorbo said that American Van Lines will be donating $10,000 to the Glam-A-THON this year. As in prior years, the Glam Doll Strut will be led by WSVN news anchor Lynn Martinez, who also hosts Deco Drive. Martinez participates in many other charitable events, but this one is close to her heart. “We need to kick breast cancer’s butt,” she says. “I believe the change in the way the money raised from Glam-a-THON is directed will absolutely bring more assistance to the women who are facing the darkest hours in their lives.” Under a new partnership with Blue Martini, Glam-A-THON will be the beneficiary of the restaurant’s “Blue Celebrates Pink” month during October. And, on Oct. 22, the five South Florida restaurants will hold a "Pink Party" benefitting Glam-A-THON, in which everything goes pink — including the corsets worn by the waitresses — and fabulous prizes such as Louis Vuitton handbags and Christian Louboutin shoes will be raffled off. Girls of all ages (and men and pets too) are invited to participate in this year’s Glam-A-THON festivities. It’s not too late to register — details are available by calling 877-FABSWAG (322-7924) or visiting www.Glam-A-THON.com. “Our goal is to mobilize the community by raising awareness of the dreadful disease known as breast cancer,” Gail says. “That way, we can further our mission to ‘Kiss Breast Cancer Goodbye.’”

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CA K E Model walks the runway at the Isaac Mizrahi Fall 2011 fashion show

FROM SUMPTUO US COLOR PALETTES TO TH E FRILLY FROTH OF TULLE AND LU SCIOUS LACES, THIS SEASON’S COUTURE CONFECTIONS LO OK GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT. BY ELYSE RANA RT

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Want to be the belle of the ball? Nothing makes an entrance like the bold and the beautiful, especially in shiny silk charmeuse and satin.

Badgley Mischka

Ralph Lauren

Diamond, blue sapphire and turquoise earrings, price available upon request, from the Private Collection at King Jewelers, Aventura.

Crystal necklace by Swarovski, price available upon request, from Swarovski, Aventura Mall.

Dior VIII 33mm Baguette watches, starting at $49,500, from Levinson Jewelers, Fort Lauderdale.

Fashion is a tool ... to compete in life outside the home. People like you better, without knowing why, because people always react well to a person they like the looks of. —Mary Quant

Gold earrings with blue enamel and tourmaline, price available upon request, from Daoud’s Fine Jewelry, Fort Lauderdale.

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Carnelian, pearl, citrine and fire opal, 18-kt. gold bracelet by Pamela Huizenga, $12,000, from Daoud’s Fine Jewelry, Fort Lauderdale.

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Onyx and diamond deco drop earrings by Ivanka Trump, $3,200, from Levinson Jewelers, Fort Lauderdale.

Fashion is very important. It is life-enhancing and, like everything that gives pleasure, it is worth doing well. —Vivienne Westwood Lela Rose

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A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.

Tahitian, black gray and silver pearl necklace with diamond clasp, price available upon request, from Daoud’s Fine Jewelry, Fort Lauderdale.

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BLACK BEAUTY Any shade, as long as it’s black, has always been a goto for eveningwear, but it looks freshest this season in slim and simple body-hugging silhouettes.

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South Sea gold pearl cocktail ring with white and yellow diamonds, price available upon request, from Daoud’s Fine Jewelry, Fort Lauderdale.

Beauty is composed of an eternal, invariable element whose quantity is extremely difficult to determine, and a relative element which might be, either by turns or all at once, period, fashion, moral, passion.

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Fashion fades, only style remains the same. —Coco Chanel

CRÈME de la CRÈME South Sea cream and gold pearl necklaces with diamond clasps, price available upon request, from Daoud’s Fine Jewelry, Fort Lauderdale. Christian Dior

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Intense fancy canary rosecut diamond earrings, price available upon request, from the Private Collection at King Jewelers, Aventura.

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GIRLS WILL BE BOYS The smartest statement after dark is the tuxedo, following fall’s menswear trend, and translated into lush eveningwear fabrications like silk faille and panne velvet.

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I dress for the image. Not for myself, not for the public, not for fashion, not for men. —Marlene Dietrich Open scroll pear-shaped earring by Ivanka Trump, $3,000, from Levinson Jewelers, Fort Lauderdale.

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SHEER EXCITEMENT Lela Rose

I think the idea of mixing luxury and mass-market fashion is very modern - wearing head-to-toe designer has become a bit passe. It's a new era in fashion - there are no rules. It's all about the individual and personal style, wearing high-end, low-end, classic labels, and up-and-coming designers all together. —Alexander McQueen

Pamella Roland Pavé diamond hoop earrings, price available upon request, from the Private Collection at King Jewelers, Aventura.

Peek-a-boo fabrics continue from fall, from floating layers of organza and tulle to transparent laser-cut patterns and lots of lace. Christian Dior

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THE COVER GIRL NEXT DOOR

Drew Barrymore’s rise from girl next door to icon is nothing short of astonishing – and about time. BY ROD STAFFORD HAGWOOD

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hat in the name of haute couture has happened to Drew Barrymore? We just have to take a moment and praise her. Somewhere, somehow, some time, she went from starlet to star. It’s as if the 36-yearold actress with the Hollywood dynastic family name has finally embraced her glamorous pedigree. Her 16-page pictorial as the new face of the Neiman Marcus The Art of Fashion fall catalog shows her stretching her newly lithe body like a Martha Graham dancer in front of a wind machine or laying languidly on the hood of a salvaged ’70s Lincoln Town Car in shots that say drama, drama, drama! And reportedly, she nailed it in one take, so to speak – a 16-hour marathon of moda, shot by famed fashion documentarian Norman Jean Roy. “The shoot tells the story of a star’s transformation,” said Eddie Nunns, vice president of Neiman Marcus Brand Creative, pointing out Barrymore’s vintage Hollywood glamour as well as her confident, modernday spirit. “The project beautifully captures the essence of Neiman Marcus’s edits of the fall collections.” They call her “beloved film icon” in the fashion layout. Just a few years ago, we might have begged the question (no, loving Alexander McQueen alone doth not a glamazon maketh). But now we genuflect toward her fabulushness because girlfriend is heading for untouchable-diva-goddess status. Unlike her Generation Next doppelgängers, Barrymore’s approach to high fashion doesn’t have the surly reluctance of Kristin Stewart or the naked ambition of Emma Watson. Hers is an evolution of style, the kind that sticks, that stays, that becomes – indeed – iconic. Unlike her quirky girl-next-door persona of the past that beamed a crazy-sexy-cool factor, now she melds with Armani, Burberry, Chanel, Lanvin, Tom Ford, Oscar de la Renta, Michael Kors, Valentino, Gucci, Carolina Herrera, Prada and others in the layout. Can you imagine the girl who did a

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mini-striptease on David Letterman’s desk 16 years ago gracing these designs? Then, no. Now, yes Sure Barrymore remains sexy, remains cool. But the crazy has morphed into confidence. That totally contemporary woman reflects perfectly in new-next-now Miami, which is serving as the set for the Charlie’s Angels ABCTV reboot. Barrymore, who produced and starred in the Charlie’s Angels films, is an executive producer on the show. She is also directing (Whip It) and still acting – Everybody Loves Whales hits theaters in February. And yet, as thoroughly modern as she is, her star can’t totally pull away from the orbit of the Golden Era of Hollywood. The photo shoot for Neiman’s was staged on the New York Street set on the back lot at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. She still rocks that bohemian-chic, hippie-chick look she wore before Ashley and Mary-Kate made their first billion. We see it as she jets coast to coast, donning oversized sunglasses and big floppy hats to avoid the paparazzi. But all that flash-flash-click-click subterfuge can’t hide that glam-slam hair. We have come around to her way of thinking; those crimson tresses are the hot hue in hair salons. But again, Barrymore sensed the shift first. Only last year she was a blond on the red carpet at the Golden Globes. Before that she had gone brown, dirty blonde and even a two-tone ombre effect before coming to copper this past April. Her only real red carpet faux pas has been a penchant for barely there makeup, which washed her out in the unforgiving light. But she’s a savvy woman – it didn’t take too many swipes from Joan Rivers on the E! Channel for her to correct that. She is, after all, a CoverGirl. Barrymore is only the second actress to grace the Neiman’s catalog (the first was Jennifer Jason Leigh in 1994). Ever the class act, she is donating her fee for the fashion shoot – which appears in the all-important September glossies Vogue, Vanity Fair and W – to her favorite charity, the United Nations World Food Programme. Fabulous with a good heart....that is sooo fierce.

SEE MORE OF NEIMAN MARCUS'S “THE ART OF FASHION” CAMPAIGN FEATURING DREW BARRYMORE at http://blog. neimanmarcus.com/press-room/neiman-marcus-debutsart-fashion-campaign-featuring-drew-barrymore

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Crafty idea Those of you lucky enough to have a large laundry room can make it do double duty with Hooker Furniture’s new Hobby Station. It may look on the surface like just another armoire, but this one has room to store everything a hobbyist needs – from ribbons and wrapping paper to needlework or scrapbooking materials. It contains a file drawer, cubby drawers and a pull-out printer shelf. It also has larger drawers and a fold-down surface that is 46 inches wide by 26 inches deep by 37 inches high. Suggested retail for the cabinet and hutch is $1,999; the cabinet base alone is $999. Available at Baer’s. For locations, see www.baers.com.

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Make it a Miele Washers and dryers have not only become fashion statements, they are now offering better care for your clothes than ever before. Miele, well known for its expert German engineering, has designed its efficient frontloader washer with its Honeycomb drum, which promises to extend the life of your clothes. You can also get a dry cleaner-worthy finish with the Miele rotary iron on a stand, which resembles the ones mom or grandmother used to use. Prices available upon request. From Coral Springs Appliance Center, 3500 Coral Ridge Drive, Coral Springs, 33065, 954-752-3880, www.csappliances.com.

Sexy stash Artful style Not a fan of wallpaper? Then paint your walls an interesting color and add themed art. One idea is to add watercolors of everyday laundry items - clothespin bag, clothes basket, ironing board, clothesline and clothespins. These art-paper prints by Kolene Spicher contain hand-written notes and are framed in white wood molding with glass fronts. You can add black or white letters spelling out Laundry that can sit on a shelf. Prints are $49-$89; letters are $45 at www. ballarddesigns.com or call 800-536-7551.

One of the most difficult items to find is an attractive laundry basket so you can stow your stuff without hampering your style. An attractive option is the Everglades Storage Cube ($119.95). It has a sexy hourglass shape and a glossy gray faux croc finish. Available at Z Gallerie stores and online. For locations, see www.zgallerie.com or call 800-908-6748.

Cleaning with steam

Machines that use steam claim they remove stains better in the wash cycle and wrinkle clothing less in the dryer. Good Housekeeping Research Institute put the claims to the test and found “Steam is more than just a lot of hot air.” Best overall marks went to LG SteamWasher and SteamDryer. For review, see www.goodhousekeeping. com. Suggested retail prices for the latest LG models: WM2550HRCA in red is $1,159 and DLEX2550R in red is $1,159. They are available on special order from Best Buy, for locations see www.bestbuy.com and The Home Depot, www.homedepot.com.

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After you decide on dressing the walls, the next step should be making sure there is a place for everything so the room doesn’t get cluttered. One great way to organize is with IKEA’s Antonius modular storage system, which can include shelves, storage boxes, drawers and hampers. A wall of storage can cost less than $200. You can plan your system with a step-by-step guide on www.ikea.com. Available at IKEA Sunrise, 151 NW 136th Ave., Sunrise, 33325, 954-838-9292.

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body conscious Health Fitness

GOOD, BETTER, BREAST Breast cancer survival rates are up since October became Breast Cancer Awareness Month nearly 30 years ago. But there’s still much work – and screening – to do. By NANCY McVICAR

Nearly 30 years after October became Breast Cancer Awareness Month, fewer

than half the women over 40 who have health insurance get an annual mammogram that can catch the disease in its early, easiest-to-cure stage. Dr. Tejal Patel, a breast oncologist at Memorial Regional Hospital’s Breast Cancer Center in Hollywood, says while deaths from the disease have decreased steadily since the 1990s, about 40 percent of patients still do not get treatment until the tumor has spread from the breast to the lymph nodes. “Every time I see a patient in the clinic, I tell them that we’ll work on you first, and then you have to tell five friends to have their mammogram. Women take care of everybody else, but they need to take care of themselves first,” Patel says. Nancy Brinker, of Palm Beach, who founded Susan G. Komen for the Cure in memory of her sister and has raised millions for research, says women may be confused about how often to have a mammogram. Dr. Tejal Patel In 2009, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force said there is no evidence that mammograms for women in their 40s save lives and recommended waiting until age 50. Before menopause, women have denser breasts, and mammograms may show false positives, putting women through stress and further medical procedures and adding to overall health-care costs. Other groups, including Komen, the American Cancer Society and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, still recommend starting mammograms at age 40. “When we have these kinds of debates, all of them are useful, but at the end of the day we have a 98 percent five-year survival rate, versus 74 percent when we started this 30 years ago,” Brinker says, “and a lot of that is due to screening. We just don’t have a lot of other ways to do it.” Dr. Louise Morrell, director of the Lynn Cancer Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital, says Florida women do a bit better than the national average in getting their mammograms on time. And research, supported by events held during breast cancer awareness month, has led to improvements in both diagnosis and treatment, she says. “The biggest advance in surgery is lumpectomy, preserving the breast in so many women, and now because of sentinel lymph node studies, tens of thousands of women can potentially avoid having lymph nodes removed,” Morrell says. Targeted radiation therapy can now be done in five days instead of six weeks, and drugs such as tamoxifen can prevent breast cancer in high-risk women and recurrence in women who have been treated for the disease. But the greatest advances may come from the discovery that there are many different types of breast cancer and being able to match the tumor with the most effective treatment. The first of these was Herceptin, a biological drug that can keep the disease in check in about 20 percent of women whose Nancy Brinker tumors respond to it. “We used to think breast cancer was just cells growing fast. Now we know it’s different from person to person,” Morrell says. “I can’t pinpoint what the next Herceptin will be because there are so many new agents being investigated, and each one represents a group of women who are going to benefit.” Dr. Louise Morrell Among the events during Breast Cancer Awareness Month are sponsored walks, Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, Oct. 9 beginning at 9 a.m. in Huizenga Plaza, Fort Lauderdale, and at 9 a.m. at the Shops of Midtown in Miami. Making Strides in Palm Beach County is Oct. 22 at 9 a.m. at the Meyer Amphitheater. For more information: http://makingstrides.acsevents.org. Glam-A-Thon, an annual fund-raiser for breast cancer research, also steps off Oct. 15 in Fort Lauderdale, www.glam-a-thon.com (see full story this issue, pgs. 43).

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professional achievement and disciplinary history. Doctors were grouped into thirty-seven specialties. Professionals with the highest scores from each grouping were invited to serve on a blue ribbon panel and asked to evaluate the candidates in their specialty. Finally, doctors who acquired the highest total points from the surveys, research and blue ribbon panel review were selected for inclusion in South Florida Super Doctors 2011. Of course, no list is perfect. Many qualified doctors who are providing excellent care to their patients are not included on this year’s Super Doctors list. However, if you’re looking for exceptional physicians who have earned the confidence and high regard of their peers—you can start your search here.

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Porter, Wayne R., North Miami, 305‑949‑4223 Price, Debra, Miami, 305‑670‑1111 Heldman, Alan W., Miami, 305‑243‑7040 Pg. S-5 Rabinovitz, Harold S., Plantation, 954‑473‑6750 Benenati, Susan V., South Miami, 305‑665‑1623 Interian, Alberto, Miami, 305‑285‑2642 Pg. S-5 Resnik, Barry I., Aventura, 305‑692‑8998 ◊ Cox, Linda S., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑771‑0928 Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Gottlich, M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Resnik, Sorrel S., Miami, 305‑279‑6060 ◊ Iskowitz, Steven B.,Charles Margate, 954‑972‑1600 Kathryn C., Miami, 979-691-3042 Grayburn, PaulMiami, A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Reyes, Blas A., Miami, 305‑273‑8337 Krauthamer, Dan, South 786‑662‑8117 MMUNOLOGYEisermann‑Rogers, Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-8273 305‑665‑1623 Grodin, Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Richman‑Steinhardt, Tobi B., Boca Raton, Lieberman, Eric H., Delray Beach, 561‑637‑0500 nson‚ 281-337-1512 SP ECIAL ADVER T ISING SECT ION Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Fort Worth‚ Gonzalez, Gabriel E., Loxahatchee, 561‑417‑5004 Lloret, Ramon L., Miami, 305‑275‑8200 ington‚ 817-460-7447 817-252-5000 561‑790‑2258 ◊ Romanelli, Paolo, Miami, 305‑243‑6704 Pg. S-5 Margolis, James R., Miami, 305‑654‑6850 orth‚ 817-315-2550 Harper, F.‚305‑858‑7940 Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 ANESTHESIOLOGY Rosenberg, Steven P., West Palm Beach, Hernandez‑Trujillo, Vivian, Miami, ◊ Mas, Madeleen S.,John Miami, ock‚ 806-799-4192 Pg. S-38 561‑640‑4400 ◊ Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Mayorga‑Cortes, Alvaro, Miami, 305‑412‑7225 305‑662‑8272 Fisher, Heath, W.‚Beach, Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 Roth, William I., Boynton Beach, 561‑731‑4900 Kleiner, Gary I., Hollywood, 954‑265‑3030 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-2338 Merrill, Barry S., Paul Delray 561‑495‑7230 Land‚ 281-242-0131 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 Schachner, Lawrence A., Miami, 305‑243‑6704 Morytko, John A., Miami, 305‑279‑4500 .‚ San Angelo‚ Pg. S-5 ◊McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-2454 Hernandez, A.‚ Houston‚ Pg. S-5 ◊ Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ Myerburg, Robert J., Eduardo Miami, 305‑585‑5523 Klimas, Nancy G., Miami, 305‑243‑6288 Pg.214-820-3296 S-5 713-790-9401 Skolnik, Phyllis, Miami, 305‑661‑8978 Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 ThisPg. S-5does M., Miami, 305‑461‑2010 512-467-0978Lamas, Ana Ruiz, listing not necessarily indicate that a doctor is a certified in South the designated field. Hess, L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊Skopit,specialist Stanleydoctor’s E., Hollywood, Nader, G.,Susan Miami Beach, 305‑532‑6006 Landman, Jaime, Aventura, 305‑932‑3252 Names and page numbers in Ralph RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the specified page. ◊ indicates practice 954‑894‑1616 has a pediatric specialty. tin‚ 512-454-5821 High, Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721Sobel, Stuart A., Hollywood, 954‑983‑5533 Pg. S-9 Lanz,◊ Miguel J., Coral Gables, 305‑445‑0441 ◊ on‚ 832-379-8200 Hillis,S.,Leslie D.‚305‑324‑6700 San Antonio‚ 210-567-4810Sofman, Michael S., Hollywood, 954‑983‑5533 CARDIOLOGY Narula, Onkar Miami, Louie, Steven J., Atlantis, 561‑965‑6685 ntonio‚ 210-614-4405 Hogan, W., Patrick J.‚ 305‑243‑9483 Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Stewart, Roger H., Fort Lauderdale, O’Neill, William Miami, Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Miller, Maureen E., Fort Lauderdale, Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 College Station‚ 954‑267‑3376 Gottlich, Charles M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Hollowell,Weldon, John S.‚David Plano‚R.‚ 469-326-3400 Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Pg. S-5 954‑492‑5525 uthlake‚ 979-691-3042 Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Horn, P.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Weiss, Eduardo T.,Grayburn, Hollywood, 954‑961‑1200 Roller, Dean H., Vernon Miami, 305‑661‑2534 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 Mirmelli, Philip C., Miami Beach, Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-8273 Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Houck, Philip D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Wendschuh, PeterGrodin, H., South Miami, Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Schrager, Bernard R., Miami, 305‑279‑4500 Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Beaumont‚ 305‑538‑8339 ◊ Hurwitz, Jodie L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 305‑666‑6731 Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Fort Worth‚ Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Pg.Miami S-33Apaliski, Swaminathan, Sethuraman, Miami, Moreno, Jose N., Lakes, 305‑823‑1369 817-252-5000 Pg. S-38 Wiszniak, Joel, Aventura, 305‑935‑9922 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg.817-315-2550 S-33 th‚ 817-735-2583 305‑585‑6683 Pg. S-5G.‚◊Houston‚ Pacin, Michael P., Miami Beach, 305‑538‑8339 Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 ANESTHESIOLOGY Hust, Robert 713-790-0841 Woolery-Lloyd, Heather C., Miami Beach, Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Ayres, Nancy A.‚Bay, Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ San Antonio‚ Piniella, Carlos Vignola, Paul A., Aventura, 786‑428‑1059 J., Palmetto 305‑255‑9577 Pg. S-38 Isaac, Michael G.‚ Sherman‚ 903-891-2142 Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 305‑532‑5552 Pg. S-5 Pg. S-35 Bachireddy, Ravinder Villa, Augusto E., Jupiter, 561‑627‑2912 Ramirez, Nina C., Pembroke Pines, R.‚ Lufkin‚ Heath, Paul W.‚ Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ Houston‚ 713-464-6006 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-2338 Zaiac, Martin N., Miami Brown,Pg. Lewis 936-632-8787 S-35A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 allas‚ 972-566-7576 Pg. S-11Jayaram, Kiran 954‑431‑0540 Hecht,Beach, Phillip305‑532‑4478 J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 N.‚ SanJames Antonio‚ McMichael, P.‚ 210-614-5400 Austin‚ 512-454-2454 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ SanWolff, Angelo‚ Steven R.‚ San Antonio‚ ston‚ 409-772-2436 ◊ Grace S., Miami, 305‑585‑6683 Hernandez, Eduardo A.‚ Houston‚ Ubals, ElenaBailey, M., Miami, 305‑595‑0109 ◊ 210-567-4601 Johnston, Stephen B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-3296 325-658-1511 Baum, R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 214-691-1330 Wallace, Dana Young, Ming‑Lon, Hollywood, 954‑265‑3437 ◊◊ 713-790-9401 V., Fort Lauderdale, Kao, Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-4299 Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Cook, Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Berk, Martin R.‚ Robert Dallas‚ D.‚ 214-369-3613 Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Emergency Medicine Zahn, Evan M.,Biswajit‚ Miami, 305‑662‑8301 ◊ Hess, Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊ ◊ 954‑963‑5363 Kar, Houston‚ 713-794-7300 Crosby, Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Berman, Philip L.‚Bernard Houston‚L.‚ 713-861-2424 d Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Chavez, Hector A., Miami, 305‑585‑6910 Pg. S-5 Zakheim, Kawalsky, Richard M.,Darryl Miami,L.‚ 305‑662‑8301 ◊ High, Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Young, Mark P., Miami, 305‑595‑0109 ◊ Dickens, Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ Bloom, Kenneth R.‚D. San Antonio‚ n‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Arthur L., Hillis, Miami,Leslie 305‑539‑6091 D.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4810 Zelcer, AlanPg. A., S-39 Delray Beach, 561‑495‑7230 CARDIOLOGY Diskin, Dilley,◊Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 210-614-3264 uston‚ 713-442-0000 El Sanadi, Nabil A., Fort Lauderdale, Hogan, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Kennedy, Patrick Plano‚ Aguilar,L.‚ Oscar M.‚469-326-3440 El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, A.‚214-688-0228 San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Boehrer, James D.‚Victor Dallas‚ 954‑714‑6341 Hollowell, John S.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3400 Khan, Hafiza H.‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Anesthesiology Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Southlake‚ Bogaev, Roberta C.‚Deborah Houston‚D.‚ 832-355-3977 ouston‚ 713-973-0051 Garcia, Carmen T.,Horn, Miami, 05‑585‑7600 Vernon P.‚ Dallas‚ ◊ 214-345-6000 Klein,Dermatology Milton S.‚ Houston‚ Anderson, Dale‚713-790-0841 Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 Fox, Ira B., Tamarac, 954‑720‑3188 Bucay, Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 etown‚ 512-868-6673 Houck,305‑585‑6913 Philip D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Land, Melody P., Miami, Gerald San Antonio‚ Baumann,Koppes, Leslie S., MiamiM.‚ Beach, 305‑532‑5552 Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Fawcett, IV, William Beaumont‚ Canales, Mark L.‚ San Antonio‚A.‚ 210-949-0304 Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Lubarsky, David A., Miami, 305‑585‑6970 Hurwitz, Jodie L.‚ Dallas‚ Motola, Ivette, Miami, 305‑585‑6913 Pg. S-5214-361-3300 210-223-9617 Bellman, Betty, MiamiPg. Beach, S-33305‑534‑8480 409-892-7090 ◊ M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Pg. S-5 Carry, Melissa Pg.305‑343‑9043 S-38 Press, Shirley, Miami, ◊ Kowal,Miami, Robert C.‚ Azam‚ Dallas‚Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Berman, Brian, 305‑243‑6704 Pg. S-5 Anwar, 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-6000 ‚ 512-331-5118 Pretto, Jr., Ernesto A., Miami, 305‑585‑6970 Hust, Robert 305‑585‑7793 G.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Schrank, Kathleen S., Miami, Krajcer, Zvonimir‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 SP ECIAL ADVER T ISING SECT ION Blyumin-Karasik, Marianna, Miami Beach, Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ llas‚ 214-265-3621 Pg. S-5 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S-35 Laird, Sr., W. Penn‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ Pg. S-5 Isaac, Michael 903-891-2142 SP EC IAG.‚ L ASherman‚ DV E R TISING SE C TIO N 305‑532‑5552 Pg. Bachireddy, S-5 210-614-3923 Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ Cook,Miami, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 214-645-2800 Sadeghi, Parvine, 786‑624‑3415 ◊ Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ Houston‚ 713-464-6006 Laird,E., II, Miami, William P.‚ Dallas‚Pg. 972-566-8700 ◊ Sussmane, Jeffrey B., Miami, 305‑662‑2639 ◊ 936-632-8787 S-35 Burdick, Anne 305‑243‑6704 Pg. S-5 Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Corley, Jr., David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ n‚ 713-973-0051 Varon, Albert J., Miami , 305‑585‑1191 Pg. S-5 Jayaram, Kiran N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Lambert, E.‚Steven Houston‚ 713-988-9512 Bailey, R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4601 Grant,305‑585‑6970 J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Cohen, Bernard H.,Mark Miami, 305‑476‑9544 817-252-5000 This listing d ood‚ 281-358-6788 Vigoda, Michael M., Miami, Johnston, Stephen B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Langsjoen,Baum, PeterR. H.‚Allen‚ Tyler‚San 903-595-3778 Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Pg. S-5 Names and page numbers in RE Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 Pg. S-5 ◊Coulter, Stephanie A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Kao, Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-4299 ◊ Leachman, D. Richard‚ Houston‚ Endocrinology Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Colsky, Arthur S., Miami, 305‑740‑6181 214-373-1773 ◊ Kar, Biswajit‚ Houston‚ 713-794-7300 713-790-9401 Berman, L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Aden, Robert E., Miami, 305‑273‑1125 Connelly, Elizabeth A., MiamiPhilip Beach, Das, Tony Hallett, S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Worth‚ 817-731-9198 Kawalsky, Darryl L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Leatherman, George F.‚ Longview‚ Hanson,J.‚ Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Miami, 305‑227‑5300 Dehmer, Gregory Temple‚ 254-724-6782 305‑532‑4478 Pg. Bloom, S-5 ◊ Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚Bendix, Marcelo V., Pg. e‚ 817-421-0770 S-39 903-757-5804 Cardiology This listing does not necessarily indicate that a doctor is a certified specialist in the designated field. 210-614-3264 ◊ Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚Cosmides, 713-442-0000 Biederman, Edward B., FortPatrick Lauderdale, Denfield, Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5682 ◊ stin‚ 512-345-7635 James C., Coral Gables, 305‑443‑2983 Kennedy, L.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3440 This listing does not necessarily indicate a doctor is a certified spec Lemler, Matthew S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-456-6333 ◊ Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the specified page. indicates doctor’s practice has a that pediatric ◊ ALLERGY & specialty. IMMUNOLOGY Agatston, Arthur S., Miami Beach, 305‑538‑3828 Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 954‑938‑9966 Deville, J. Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Duarte, Ana M., Miami, as‚ 214-373-7374 ◊ 305‑669‑6555 Pg. S-5 Khan, Hafizaa H.‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate profile on the specified page. ◊ indi Levin, Charles B.‚ Dallas‚ Aitken, PercyDonovan, W., Miami, 305‑275‑8200 Bogaev, Roberta214-369-3613 C.‚ Houston‚ 832-355-3977 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Cabral, Jose M., Weston, 954‑659‑5271 Daniel J.‚ San Antonio‚ bock‚ 806-795-4391 Elgart, George W., Miami, 305‑243‑6704 Pg. S-5 Klein, Milton S.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Liao, Robert‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Bayron, Harry,210-614-5400 West Palm Beach,Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚Golomb, Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, 512-868-6673 Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 Chertman, Marcos M., Apaliski, Miami, 305‑324‑5481 Paso‚ 915-532-2663 Cynthia A., Bucay, Bay Harbor Islands, Koppes, Gerald M.‚ San Antonio‚ Lister, George‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-3563 ◊ 210-949-0304 561‑844‑9858 ◊ Mark Canales, Mark L.‚ College San Antonio‚ Hudelson, Mary‚214-645-7544 Flower Mound‚305‑866‑2177 972-539-0086 Bailey, Susan R.‚Dallas‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2 Weldon, David R.‚ Station‚ Gottlich, Charles M.‚ 214-841-2000 Drazner, H.‚ Dallas‚ Cohen, Martin S., Miami, 305‑270‑1571 ton‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ 210-223-9617 SP ECIAL ADVER T ISING SECT ION Liu, Jean (John) H.‚ San Antonio‚ Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚Pg. San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Beck,Paul Suzanne Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Bilsker, Martin S., Miami, 305‑243‑5542 S-5 979-691-3042 Grayburn, A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 D’Souza, Denzil G.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-338-1300 ntonio‚ 210-616-0690 Danon, Marco, Miami, 305‑270‑9961 ◊A.‚ Gonzalez, Ana I., Coral Gables, 305‑444‑7733 Kowal, Robert C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY 210-490-6000 979-691-3042 Pg. S-35 M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Chafizadeh, Edward J.‚ R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-6000 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Blacher, Lawrence, Miami, 305‑279‑4500 Wrenn, Christopher 903-593-8273 Grodin, Jerrold Duchman, Stanley M.‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4848 arlingen‚ Fili, Michael D., Miami, 305‑274‑5700 ALLERGY & Tyler‚ IMMUNOLOGY Green, Howard A.,Jr., West Palm Beach, Krajcer, Zvonimir‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Marsh, Denver C.‚ SanDallas‚ Angelo‚ Andrew, Susan L.‚A.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 Cheirif, Jorge‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S-35 Kennerly, Donald Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Bush, Howard S., Weston, 954‑659‑5290 Sreenivas‚ Fort Worth‚ Durand, John L.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 Goldberg, Lee D.,Gudimetla, Miami Shores, 305‑899‑3735 561‑659‑1510 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Laird, Sr., W. Penn‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ 325-655-2200 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, David Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 817-252-5000 Eades, W.‚ SanA.‚ Antonio‚ Chizner, Michael A.,Thomas Fort Lauderdale, ‚ 972-867-1600 Harrell, Richard M., Hollywood, 954‑265‑0000 Grichnik, Martinez-Arraras, James M., Miami, 305‑243‑7074 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Laird, II, William P.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ Joaquin‚ Amarillo‚ Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 325-658-1511 Corley, Jr., David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 210-225-4566 ‚ 713-797-0045 954‑355‑5001 ANESTHESIOLOGY Horowitz, Barry S., West Palm Beach, Pg. S-5 806-358-4596 Bailey, Lambert, MarkANESTHESIOLOGY E.‚ D.‚ Houston‚ Pg. Susan S-39 R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Beck, Suzanne A.‚Kingwood‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 This listing d Austin‚713-988-9512 512-467-0978 817-252-5000 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Pg.Cook, S-38 Robert East, Cara‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 and‚ 972-463-3406 Chrisant, Maryanne, Hollywood, 954‑265‑3437 ◊ 281-358-6788 561‑659‑6336 Langsjoen, Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Gross, Edward A., Edward Miami Beach, 305‑672‑5811 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Peter H.‚ Tyler‚ 903-595-3778 Massin, K.‚ Houston‚ 713-796-2668 Pg.Robert S-35 Names and page 361-883-3962 numbers in RE Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 Coulter, Stephanie A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Laham, Michel San Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 Heath, Paul W.‚ Corpus Christi‚ Edmonson, Jr., E.‚N.‚ Dallas‚ Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 n‚ 512-454-5821 Jellinger, Paul S., Hollywood, 954‑963‑7100 Cohen, Yale M., Hollywood, 954‑983‑8910 Harper, D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-2338 Robert H., Boca 561‑368‑4545 Pg. James S-35 Leachman, D. D. Richard‚ Houston‚ 832-379-820 Massumi, Ali‚Raton, Houston‚ 713-529-5530 Brown, LewisB.‚ A.‚Dallas‚ Sugar 214-373-1773 Land‚Johr, 281-242-0131 Dickens, Lynn‚ Houston‚ Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, Elisa ◊ Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 214-948-2707 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-23 n‚ 713-797-0045 ◊ Pg. specialist S-5 Conde, Cesar A., MiamiCharlesworth, Beach, 305‑534‑4564 McMichael, James Austin‚ Brown, Lewis A.‚aP.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 Pg. S-5does listing necessarily indicate that doctor is a 512-454-2454 certified in the713-790-9401 designated field. May,not David C.‚ Lewisville‚ 972-434-1988 Ernest N.‚ SanThis Angelo‚ Dilley, Dennis E.‚A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614Das, Tony S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9198 Eduardo Houston‚ Eichhorn, Eric J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7733 McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-245 e Woodlands‚Coy, Kevin M., Jones, Kathryndoctor’s D.,Hernandez, Boca Raton, 561‑391‑1085 Miami, 305‑571‑0620 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ 214-820-3296 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the Dallas‚ specified page. practice has a pediatric specialty. Kaminester, Lewis H., North Palm Beach, Leatherman, George F.‚ Longview‚ ◊ indicates McBride, Kenneth W.‚ Fort Worth‚ 325-658-1511 Estrada, Victor A.E.‚ A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490 Dehmer, Gregory J.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6782 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 713-790-9401 Erwin, III, John P.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2111 Ramsay, Michael Dallas‚ 214-820-32 Kaye, William A., West Palm Beach, Ruiz,325-658-1511 Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Crandall, IV, ChaunceyCook, W., Jupiter, 561‑627‑2210 903-757-5804 561‑626‑7546 817-252-5000 Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Denfield, Susan D.‚ W.‚Austin‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5682 ◊ Lieberman, Allen K.‚254-399-5400 Austin‚ 512-345-7635 Hess, Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 Falcone, M. Wayne‚ Woodway‚ Antonio‚ Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 561‑659‑6336 De Marchena, Eduardo J., Miami, 305‑243‑5535 Cook, Robert 512-467-0978 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Lemler, Matthew S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-456-6333◊◊ Kerdel, Francisco A., Miami, 305‑324‑2110 McCall, David‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4600 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 817-421-0770 Deville, J. Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Lumry, William R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-7374 Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 A.‚ Houston‚ 713-798-2352 Krieger, Diane R.,High, South Miami, 305‑665‑2300 Pg. S-5 Farmer, John Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Levin, Charles B.‚M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Pg. S-5McNamara, Brian T.‚ FortR.‚ Worth‚ Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Dickens, D. Lynn‚J.‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ Weldon, David College Station‚ Gottlich, Charles Dallas‚ Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ 214-841-2000 Beaumont‚ Donovan, Daniel J.‚ San Antonio‚ Mamlok, Robert Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 Hillis, Leslie D.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4810 Feghali, Sayed F.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0200 Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Levenson, David I., Boca Raton, 561‑391‑4441 CARDIOLOGY Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ Desir, Ranley, Aventura, 305‑749‑0150 Pg. S-8 Liao, Robert‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 817-338-1300 Kirsner, Robert S., Miami, 305‑243‑6704 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 979-691-3042 Grayburn, Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 409-892-7090 ◊ 210-614-5400 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-2663 Hogan, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Finnigan, Patrick‚ Austin‚ 512-454-1110 ◊ 214-691-1330Drescher, Murry, CARDIOLOGY ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Marks, Jennifer B., Miami, 305‑243‑3636 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ElSan Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Plantation, 954‑581‑6041 Lister, George‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-3563 ◊ Robert S.‚Christopher Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Pg. S-5Meidell, Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2 Estrada, Victor A.‚ Houston‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Wrenn, J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-8273 Grodin, Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 Drazner, Mark H.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544 Marcoux, Jean G.‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ Hollowell, John S.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3400 Fish, R. David‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Land‚ 281-242-0131 Pg. S-5 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚San ElFort Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Andrew, L.‚ D.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Estrada, VictorL.‚ A.‚Temple‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Liu, Jean (John) H.‚ Antonio‚ Dylewski, John R., Coral Gables,Susan 305‑662‑2530 Mild, Charles F.‚ Harlingen‚ 956-421-5064 Anderson, Allan 254-724-6036 Leal‑Khouri, Susana M., Key Biscayne, Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Fawcett, Deborah Southlake‚ Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Worth‚ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ D’Souza, Denzil G.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-338-1300 Martin, Bruce G.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-616-0690 Horn, Vernon P.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 Franklin, Jay O.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 n‚ 512-901-4002 Mata, Cristina B., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑938‑9966 Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Apaliski, Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ 210-490-6000 Erenrich, Norman H., West PalmStephen Beach, J.‚ Miller, Andrew H.‚ Bedford‚ 817-684-9970 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort 817-263-3724 Pg. S-35 817-421-0770 305‑361‑8200 817-252-5000 210-614-3923 Duchman, Stanley M.‚Worth‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4848 McKenna, R.‚ Worth‚ Harlingen‚ Philip D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Freeman, Bailey, GregorySusan L.‚William San aytown‚ 281-425-9313 Meneghini, LuigiHouck, F.,Anderson, Miami, 305‑243‑3636 Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 R.‚Antonio‚ Fort 817-315-2550 Marsh, Jr., Denver C.‚ San Angelo‚ Miller, H., Waenard L.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3400 561‑478‑1104 Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Worth‚ Dallas‚817-252-5000 214-826-6044 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Mandy, Stephen Miami Beach, 305‑672‑1233 Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 ANESTHESIOLOGY Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 Durand, John L.‚ Fort 956-425-9240 Hurwitz, Jodie L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 210-614-5400 254-724-2516 Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-604 Pg. S-5 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 325-655-2200 Minor, Steven San Marcos‚ 512-396-5603 Pg.T.‚S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Ferreira, Alexander C., Miami, 305‑585‑5527 Nestor, Mark S., Aventura, 305‑933‑6716 Pg. S-38 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-24 Eades, Thomas W.‚ San Antonio‚ Moore, Gerald C.‚ Pg.Pg. S-38 Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Friedman, Richard A.‚ Houston‚ ugar Land‚ S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Pg. S-35 Mintz, Daniel H., Miami, 305‑243‑3636 Pg. S-5 Martinez-Arraras, Joaquin‚ Amarillo‚ Mitchell, R.‚ Bedford‚ 817-684-9970 Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 325-658-1511 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚713-797-0045 817-735-2583 Fishel, Robert 832-826-5600 S., Atlantis, 561‑434‑0353 Nousari, Carlos H., Michael Pompano Beach, Heath, Paul Gary W.‚ Christi‚ 361-883-3962 Gross, N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 210-225-4566 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ Hust, Robert G.‚Corpus Houston‚ 713-790-0841 ◊ Harper, James D.‚Fort FortWorth‚ Worth‚817-735-2583 817-250-2338 Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S Fling, John A.‚ Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 806-358-4596 Pg. S-39 Mitschke, Ayres, Michael C.‚ Dallas‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Gelband, Henry, Miami, 305‑585‑6683 800‑330‑6770 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ 817-481-9629 Dallas‚ 214-648East, Cara‚ 214-826-6044 Olmstead, S. Mark‚ Garland‚ Isaac, Michael G.‚ 903-891-2142 Fuentes, Francisco‚ Houston‚ 713-500-6576 McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ t Worth‚ 817-336-8855 Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, Theodore M.‚Lufkin‚ San512-454-2454 Antonio‚ Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San972-463-3406 Angelo‚ Adam Massin, Edward K.‚Sherman‚ Houston‚ 713-796-2668 Morris, David L.‚ Austin‚ 512-206-3600 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 Pg. S-5 continued on page s-4 ◊ Plotkin, S., Delray Beach, 561‑499‑0660 Hernandez, Eduardo A.‚ Houston‚ Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244 Edmonson, Jr., Robert E.‚ Dallas‚ J.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ Houston‚ 713-464-6006 Gadasalli,Peters, Suresh Edward N.‚ Odessa‚ 432-580-8686 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-3296 Fort Worth‚

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Miranda-Palma, Bresta Y., Miami, 305‑243‑3636 Pg. S-5 Nahmias, Harvan, Coral Springs, 954‑752‑8800 Nemery, Robin, Hollywood, 954‑265‑6984 ◊ Perez‑Rodriguez, Jose E., Miami, 305‑274‑8040 ◊ Pita, Jr., Julio C., Coral Gables, 305‑662‑1160 Skyler, Jay S., Miami, 305‑243‑6146 Pg. S-5 Solano, Maria del Pilar, Miami, 305‑243‑3636 Pg. S-5 Vaccarello‑Cruz, Mary A., Palm Beach Gardens, 561‑624‑1985 Weissman, Peter N., Miami, 305‑595‑0777

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Gervais, Marie-Denise, Miami, 305‑243‑2848 Pg. S-5 Granat, Pepi, South Miami, 305‑661‑7609 Hayden, Anna Z., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑463‑7313 Lazar, Mark H., Hollywood, 954‑989‑6650 Marraccini, Linda A., Miami, 305‑666‑8858 Soto, Jose A., North Miami Beach, 305‑940‑5007 Tenzer-Iglesias, Penny, Miami, 786‑466‑4001 Pg. S-5 Werbin, Mario, Hollywood, 954‑989‑6650

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Ciocon, Jerry O., Weston, 954‑659‑5353 Colburn, Mary M., West Palm Beach, 561‑683‑2220 Koch, Howard S., Sunrise, 954‑749‑1616 Roos, Bernard A., Miami, 305‑243‑5803 Pg. S-5

Dodson, David W., West Palm Beach, 561‑655‑8448 Fischl, Margaret A., Miami, 305‑243‑3838 Pg. S-5 Gelbard, Mark A., Miami, 305‑585‑5095 Pg. S-5 Goldschmidt, Pascal J., Miami, 305‑243‑3000 Pg. S-5 Groene, Linda A., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑772‑0062 Kett, Daniel H., Miami, 305‑585‑1111 Pg. S-5 Levine, Felice, Atlantis, 561‑641‑2926 Levine, Richard A., Boca Raton, 561‑368‑0191 Lichtstein, Daniel M., Boca Raton, 561‑447‑6551 Pg. S-5 Martin, Paul, Miami, 305‑243‑1204 Pg. S-5 Morris, Michele I., Miami, 305‑243‑4598 Pg. S-5 Multach, Mark, North Miami Beach, 305‑654‑6850 SPBeach, EC IA L 305‑674‑2766 A DV E R TISING SE C TIO N Ratzan, Kenneth R., Miami Sklaver, Allen R., Plantation, 954‑584‑9111 Weinberg, Gloria B., Miami Beach, 305‑538‑1294

Attia, George R., Miami, 305‑325‑5511 Pg. S-5 Barrionuevo, Marcelo J., Margate, 954‑247‑6200 Hematology Cabrera, Rafael A., Miami Lakes, 305‑558‑0808 Goodman, Neil F., Miami, 305‑595‑6855 Andreansky, Martin, Miami, 786‑369‑0220 SP ECIAL ADVER T ISING SECT ION Nephrology Graubert, Michael D., Miami Lakes, Pg. S-5 ◊ Ajuria, Jorge L., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑771‑3929 305‑558‑0808 Antunez‑De Mayolo, Jorge, Miami, 305‑854‑8801 Hernandez‑Rey, Armando E., Miami, Arrascue, Jose Atlantis, 561‑965‑7228 Cartagena, Jr., Norberto, Miami, 786‑596‑6525 This listing does notF.,necessarily indicate that a doctor is a certified spec SP EC IA L A DV E R TISING SE C TIO N 305‑596‑4013 Bailin,inJoshua J., Atlantis, 561‑965‑7228 Citron, Peter L., Miami, 305‑595‑2141 Names and page numbers RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the specified page. ◊ indi Hoffman, David I., Margate, 954‑247‑6200 Barreto‑Torrella, Gaspar A., Miami, Daghistani, Doured, Miami, 305‑274‑1662 ◊ Jacobs, Michael H., Miami, 305‑596‑4013 305‑273‑9377 Fernandes, Cristina E., Miami, 305‑585‑5635 Ory, Steven J., Margate, 954‑247‑6200 Bejar, Carlos, Fort Lauderdale, 954‑771‑3929 Pg. S-5 ◊ David R.‚ College Station‚ Peress, Moshe R., Boca Raton, 561‑368‑5500 Bichachi, Abraham, Weldon, Miami, 305‑531‑5559 Feun, Lynn G.,not Miami, 305‑243‑6636 Pg.a S-5 979-691-3042 This listing does necessarily indicate that doctor is a certified specialist in the designated field. Pg. S-11 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Busse, Jorge C., Miami, 305‑273‑9377 Garrido, Sara M., Miami, 305‑595‑2141 Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the specified page. ◊ indicates doctor’s practice has a pediatric specialty. Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 Jayanthi J., Miami, 305‑585‑6726 Andrew, Susan L.‚◊Dickinson‚ Chandar, 281-337-1512 Hanif, Iftikhar, Hollywood, 954‑265‑2234 Pg. S-5 ◊ Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Khatib, Ziad A., Miami, 305‑662‑8360 ◊ This listing does not necessarily indicate that a doctor is a certified spec Gastroenterology Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Contreras, Gabriel, Miami, 305‑243‑3583 Kramer, Deborah L.,Weldon, Hollywood, 954‑986‑2234 ◊ numbers Names and page in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile the specified page. ◊ indi ANESTHESIOLOGY David R.‚ A.‚ College Station‚ Gottlich, Charles M.‚onDallas‚ 214-841-2000 Beck, Suzanne Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Pg. S-5 Abreu, Maria T., Miami, 305‑243‑8644 Pg. S-5 Meister, Lynn A., Hollywood, 954‑986‑2234 ◊ This listing d Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 979-691-3042 Grayburn, Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Pg. S-35 Diego, Jorge M., Miami, 305‑324‑8891 ALLERGY Adams, Lawrence M., West Palm Beach, & IMMUNOLOGY Noy, Jose Julian, Miami, 305‑285‑0726 Names andWorth‚ page numbers in RE Harper, James D.‚ Fort 817-250-23 Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-8273 Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 Dragovic, Dusan, Grodin, Fort Lauderdale, 954‑771‑3929 561‑840‑1960 ◊ Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ Podda, 281-337-1512 Antonello, Miami, 305‑585‑5635 McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-245 Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Fort Worth‚ Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Esquenazi, Alberto B., South Miami, Barkin, Jamie S., Miami Beach,Stephen 305‑674‑2240 Apaliski, J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Pg. S-5 ◊ Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 817-252-5000 979-691-3042 SP ECIAL ADVER&T ISING SECT ION 325-658-1511 305‑662‑3984 Pg. S-5 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 ALLERGY IMMUNOLOGY Rosenblatt, Joseph D., Miami, 305‑243‑4860 Ruiz, Javier‚ Paso‚J.‚ 915-779-1716 Harper, John F.‚ElDallas‚ 214-345-6000 ANESTHESIOLOGY Wrenn, Christopher Tyler‚ 903-593-827 Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Seymour J., Miami, 305‑835‑7045 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Botoman, Vlaicu A., Fort Lauderdale, Pg. S-5 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ Frankfurt, 281-337-1512 Pg. S-38 Neal L.‚ Dallas‚Austin‚ 214-369-3030 Crosby, Bernard 512-454-5821 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Hoffman, David S.,Heath, South Miami, 305‑662‑3984 954‑202‑7850 Pg. S-5 Pg. S-35 Wallach, Howard W.,Fisher, Miami, 305‑595‑2141 Apaliski, StephenL.‚ J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Paul W.‚ Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚832-379-8200 817-250-2338 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ ◊ L., Miami, Kupin, Warren 305‑355‑5000 S-5 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 Fishbein, Paul G., Miami, 305‑595‑2710 Andrew, Susan L.‚Pg. Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 CARDIOLOGY McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-2454 ANESTHESIOLOGY Dilley,Suzanne Dennis E.‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Materson, BarryHernandez, J., Miami, 305‑243‑7221 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 Gelrud, Daniel, Miami, Charlesworth, 305‑913‑0666 Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Beck, A.‚San Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Eduardo A.‚ Houston‚ Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-3296 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ Pg. 210-490-2051 Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ S-5 325-658-1511 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort214-369-3030 Worth‚ 817-315-2 Goldberg, Robert I., Miami Beach, 305‑674‑2240 Pg. S-35 Infectious Disease 713-790-9401 AllanD.‚ L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚D.‚ 915-779-1716 Fawcett, Deborah Southlake‚ Harper, James Fort Worth‚ 817-250-23 Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Anne MarieHess, V.,Anderson, Miami, 305‑835‑7045 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Greer, Jr., Pedro J., Miami, 305‑856‑7333 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚Miles, 281-242-0131 Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊ Bush, Larry M., Atlantis, 561‑967‑0101 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-245 Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Mordujovich, Jorge B., Miami, 305‑835‑7045 Pg. S-35 Leavitt, James, Miami,Crosby, 305‑913‑0666 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ High, Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Chan, Joseph C., Miami Beach, 305‑673‑5490 This listing does indicate that a doctor is a certified specialist in the L., designated field. A.‚ Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-604 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ not necessarily Brown, Lewis Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 Pellegrini, Edgardo Miami, 305‑273‑9377 Llaneza, Pedro P., Miami, 305‑595‑9511 325-658-1511 Hillis, Leslie D.‚El Antonio‚ 210-567-4810 Gordonindicate M., Miami, 305‑575‑7000 Names and page numbers in RED Jr., BOLDFACE a profile on the specified page. ◊ indicates doctor’s practice aSan pediatric specialty. Pg. S-33has 409-892-7090 Ruiz, Javier‚ Paso‚ Dilley,305‑243‑8644 Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚Dickinson, 210-614-4405 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Roth, David, Miami, 305‑243‑6251 S-5915-779-1716 Manten, Howard D., MIami, Cook, RobertCARDIOLOGY D.‚◊Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Hogan, Patrick J.‚Pg. Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Pg. S-5 Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 325-658-1511 Seeherunvong, Wacharee, Miami, Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Pg. S-5 ◊ SP EC IA L A DV E R TISING SE C TIO N Hollowell, John S.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3400 Gorensek, Margaret J., Fort Lauderdale, Ayres, Nancy A.‚D.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Cook, Robert Austin‚ 512-467-0978◊ 305‑585‑6726 Pg. S-5 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ ◊ Neimark, Sidney, WestFawcett, Palm Beach, Horn, Vernon P.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 954‑493‑9752 ◊ Weldon, 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder Lufkin‚ Anderson, Dale‚ Worth‚ 817-263-3724 CARDIOLOGY R.‚Fort College Station‚ Charles M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 817-421-0770 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ R.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 Dilley,David Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Silverstein, FreyaGottlich, J., Loxahatchee, 561‑820‑1441 Houck, Philip D.‚ 561‑798‑4600 Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Heiman, Donald F., Boca Raton, 561‑395‑8699 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, Elliot Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 979-691-3042 Andrews, C.‚J.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Grayburn, Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Fawcett, IV, William&A.‚ Beaumont‚ Dickens, D. Lynn‚ 832-379-820 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ ElHouston‚ Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada,Thomas Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Smoller, Scott D., Plantation, 954‑452‑5188 O’Brien, Christopher B., Miami, 305‑243‑1204 ALLERGY IMMUNOLOGY Hurwitz, Jodie L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Bailey, Steven R.‚L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-46 Levine, Richard L., Miami, 305‑595‑4590 Grant, J. Andrew‚ J.‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Pg. S-33 Wrenn, Christopher 903-593-8273 409-892-7090 ◊ Grodin, Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614Anderson, Allan Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚Tyler‚ Southlake‚ Pg. S-5 Trespalacios, Fernando C., Miami, 305‑273‑9377 Pg. S-38 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Baum, R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Gross, Gary Dallas‚ N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Mitchell, Charles D., Miami, 305‑243‑6676 Anwar, Azam‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 A., Fort Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Worth‚ Estrada, Victor A.‚Fort San Antonio‚ 210-490 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 Phillips, Richard S., Miami Beach, 305‑674‑2240 Valle, Gabriel Lauderdale, 954‑771‑3929 Hust, Robert G.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚M.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Pg. S-5 ◊ Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ 817-252-5000 Freeman, Theodore San Antonio‚ Fawcett, Deborah Southlake‚ Andrews, Thomas C.‚D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-604 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Railey, Dean J., Sunrise, 954‑747‑1161 Zilleruelo, Gaston E., Miami, 305‑585‑6726 Isaac, Michael G.‚ Sherman‚ 903-891-2142 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Berman, Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Ramos, Otto M., Miami, 305‑662‑8378 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 ANESTHESIOLOGY Pg.817-421-0770 S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Rams, Jr., Hugo, Coral Beck, Gables, 305‑666‑5534 Pg. S-5 ◊◊ Jacobson, Stuart A.‚R.‚ Houston‚ 713-464-6006 Suzanne A.‚ J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Bloom, Kenneth San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 Reyes, Ricardo R., Fort Lauderdale, 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Pg. S-38indicate Ginchansky, Elliot Fawcett, IV,N.‚ William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 S Fling, John A.‚Dallas‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Fisher, Neal L.‚ 214-369-3030 This listing does not necessarily that a doctor is a 210-614-540 certifiedPg. spec Raskin, Jeffrey B., Miami, 305‑243‑8644 Pg.Dallas‚ S-5 972-566-7576 Jayaram, Kiran San Antonio‚ Pg. S-35 210-614-3264 ◊ Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 954‑772‑3544 Bailey, Steven R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4601 Heath, Paul Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 Grant, Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-892-7090 Ayres, Nancy A.‚ B.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ Sannumbers Antonio‚ Names and page in RED BOLDFACE indicate aW.‚ profile on◊the specified page. ◊ indi Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-2338 Reeves‑Garcia, Jesse, Brown, Miami,J.305‑661‑6110 ◊ Land‚409-772-2436 Johnston, Stephen Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Lewis A.‚ Sugar 281-242-0131 Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 Scott, Gwendolyn B., Miami, 305‑585‑7096 Baum, R. Allen‚ SanP.‚Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ 817-481-9629 Lufkin‚ McMichael, James Austin‚ 512-454-2454 Ribeiro, Afonso C., Miami, 305‑243‑8644 Pg. N.‚ S-5 Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-4299 ◊ Neurology Charlesworth, Ernest San Angelo‚ Bogaev, Roberta C.‚ Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Kao, Pg. S-5 ◊ Berk, Martin R.‚Elliot Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Hernandez, Eduardo A.‚Houston‚ Houston‚ Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San832-355-397 Antonio‚ 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-3296 Rosen, Seth D., Miami,Gruchalla, 305‑273‑7319 Kar, Biswajit‚ Houston‚ 713-794-7300 325-658-1511 Bucay, Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Alfonso, Israel, Miami, 305‑662‑8330 ◊ Suarez, Andres B., Palm Beach Garden, 713-790-9401 Berman, Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 210-614-3923 Bailey, Steven R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-46 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Rothman, S. Lawrence,Cook, Miami, 305‑913‑0666 Kawalsky, L.‚College Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Robert D.‚Houston‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Weldon, David R.‚ Station‚ Canales, Mark L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-03 Hudelson, Flower Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Ayyar, Doraiswami, Miami , Darryl 305‑585‑5514 561‑626‑2914 Hess, Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊ Bloom, Kenneth San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 Baum, R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Gross, GaryMary‚ N.‚R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Sackel, Stephen G., Boca Raton, 954‑491‑3301 Pg. S-39 979-691-3042 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Pg. S-5 Tuda, Claudio D., Miami Beach,ALLERGY 305‑674‑2766 210-614-3264 ◊ High, Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 & IMMUNOLOGY Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-24 Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Schiff, Eugene R., Miami, 305‑243‑5787. Pg. S-5 832-379-8200 ◊ Kennedy, Patrick L.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3440 Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-60 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Brown, Stuart B., Hillis, Hollywood, ◊ 214-691-1330 Uttamchandani, RajBoehrer, B., Miami, 305‑740‑6071 James D.‚ Pg. S-6 954‑961‑8400 Leslie954‑265‑2423 D.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4810 Gross, Gary N.‚ Berman, Philip L.‚Dallas‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Andrew, Susan L.‚Dallas‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round214-688-0228 Rock‚ 512-244-3422 CARDIOLOGY Schonfeld, Wayne B., Hollywood, Khan, Hafiza H.‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Cheirif, Jorge‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Butera, Louis Palm Beach, Pg. S-5 Bogaev, Roberta C.‚Houston‚ Houston‚ 832-355-3977 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Hogan, Patrick J.‚Dallas‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Gruchalla, S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚ Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Hanson, Celine‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ J., West Simon, Todd, Atlantis, 561‑964‑8221 Klein, Milton S.‚ Rebecca Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 561‑296‑4120 Nelson R., Hollywood, 954‑962‑0040 Bucay, Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚Zide, 512-868-6673 Hollowell, John S.‚◊Plano‚ 469-326-3400 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244 210-614-3264 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Slomianski, Arie, Miami, 305‑913‑0666 Koppes, Gerald M.‚ San Antonio‚ Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ ANESTHESIOLOGY Corley, Jr., David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Canales, Mark L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-0304 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Horn, Vernon P.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 Deray, Marcel J., Miami, 305‑662‑8330 ◊Dallas‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 Boehrer, James D.‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 210-223-9617 Taub, Sheldon J., Jupiter, 561‑744‑2200 Anderson, Dale‚M.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 817-252-5000 Kray, Kenneth T.‚Dallas‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788 Fisher, Neal L.‚Temple‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Carry, Melissa 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Houck, Philip D.‚ 254-724-6036 Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442Duara, Ranjan, Miami Beach, 305‑674‑2543 Bogaev, Roberta C.‚ Houston‚ 832-355-397 Pg. S-35 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Kowal, Robert C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Wenger, Jeffrey S., West Palm Beach, Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Coulter, Stephanie A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9 Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-23 Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Internal Hurwitz, Jodie L.‚ San Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S-6305‑662‑8330 Duchowny, Michael S., Miami, Medicine Bucay, Moises‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚512-617-6000 281-242-0131 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Krajcer, Zvonimir‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Pg. S-33Elisa 561‑802‑9050 409-892-7090 ◊ Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ McMichael, James P.‚S.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-245 Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S-35 Pg. S-38 Mark Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Hoffman, Leonard Houston‚ 713-973 Pg. S-5 ◊ Canales, L.‚Dallas‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-03 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚Mound‚ San Angelo‚ Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower 972-539-0086 Ahn, Yeon S., Miami,Cheirif, 306‑243‑6606 Pg. S-5 Laird, Sr., W.Michael Penn‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 Zakko, Wisam F., Fort Lauderdale, Fling, A.‚ Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Tony S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ 817-731-9198 Ramsay, A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Hust, Robert G.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Khan, John David954‑202‑7850 A.‚Fort Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868325-658-1511 Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Ginsberg, D.,Das, Miami, 305‑243‑6732 Jacobs, Robert L.‚Fort SanWorth‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Almeida‑Suarez, Mario A., Coral Gables, II, William P.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ MyronLaird, Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Dehmer, Gregory J.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-678 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Ruiz, Javier‚G.‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Corley, Jr., David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Isaac, Michael Sherman‚ 903-891-2142 Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-53 Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-60 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Pg. S-5 305‑669‑3360 Lambert, Mark E.‚ Houston‚ 713-988-9512 This listing d 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ Denfield, Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-568 Lieberman, AllenL.‚ K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-7635 817-252-5000 Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ Houston‚ 713-464-6006 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614 Crosby, Bernard Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Goldenberg, James N., Atlantis, 561‑968‑6767 Bisno, Alan L., Miami, 936-632-8787 305‑575‑3264 Names and 972-964-0363 page numbers in RE Langsjoen, H.‚Plano‚ Tyler‚ 903-595-3778 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 General/Family Deville, J.Peter Brian‚ Lumry,Stephanie William R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-7374 Coulter, A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Laham,Medicine Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 Jayaram, Kiran San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 James, Larry 512-331-5118 SP EC IA LN.‚ AW.‚ DV EAustin‚ R TISING SE C TIO N Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, David A.‚ San Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Pg. S-5 ◊ Briskin, Robert A., Jupiter, 561‑746‑2550 Leachman, D. Richard‚ Houston‚ Bailey, Steven R.‚ Antonio‚ 210-567-4601 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Donovan, Daniel J.‚ Antonio‚ Mamlok, Robert J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 Cohen, Robert A., Delray Beach, 561‑496‑7200 CARDIOLOGY Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, Elisa B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ Johnston, Stephen B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Kennerly, Donald A.‚ 214-265-36 Dilley, Dennis E.‚Houston‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Corley, Jr., David D.‚San FortDallas‚ Worth‚ Kline, B.‚ 713-973-0051 Goldstein, Mark A., Atlantis, 561‑968‑6767 Cane, Edward M., Atlantis, 561‑968‑2727 713-790-9401 Baum, R.Glenn Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 210-614-5400 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ ElAntonio‚ Paso‚ 915-532-2663 Coronel, Monica C., Hollywood, 954‑989‑6650 Das, Tony S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ Caralis, 817-731-9198 Kao, Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-4299 ◊ Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 817-252-5000 Estrada, Victor A.‚Kingwood‚ San 210-490-2051 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ 281-358-6788 Grant, Timothy L., South Miami, 305‑665‑5552 Panagiota V., Miami, 305‑575‑7000 Leatherman, George F.‚ Longview‚ Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Drazner, Mark H.‚ 214-645-7544 Marcoux, Jean G.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ Kar, Diamond, Michael A., Miami, 305‑279‑2256 Dehmer, Gregory J.‚ D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6782 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Biswajit‚ Houston‚ 713-794-7300 Kline, Stephanie Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Anderson, Allan L.‚Dallas‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Coulter, A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9 Fawcett, Deborah Laham, Michel N.‚ SanSouthlake‚ Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 903-757-5804 Pg. S-5 Berman, Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 D’Souza, Denzil G.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-338-13 Martin, BruceB.‚ G.‚Dallas‚ San Antonio‚ 210-616-0690 Dodard, Michel J., Miami, 305‑243‑7429 S-5 512-345-7635 Denfield, Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5682 Lieberman, Allen Pg. K.‚ Austin‚ Kawalsky, Darryl L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-67 Anderson, Dale‚S.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, Elisa 214-373-1773 ◊ ◊ ALLERGY &Houston‚ IMMUNOLOGY Lemler, Matthew Dallas‚ 214-456-6333 ◊ Cepero, Rodolfo J., South Miami, 305‑668‑6155 continued on page s-6 Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ SP ECIAL ADVER T ISING SECT ION Duchman, Stanley M.‚ 281-890-4 McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ Deville, J. Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363

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Hammond, Thomas C., Pompano Beach, 954‑942‑3991 Harris, Jonathan O., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑776‑5010 Horstmyer, Jeffrey L., Miami, 305‑856‑8942 Isaacson, Stuart H., Boca Raton, 561‑392‑1818 Kramer, Eric D., Atlantis, 561‑968‑6767 Lopez, Ray, Miami, 305‑665‑6501 Maniar, Mayur C., Hollywood, 954‑981‑3850 Martinez, Walter C., West Palm Beach, 561‑845‑0500 ◊ Pao, Linda M., Jupiter, 561‑627‑3381 Papazian, Oscar, Miami, 305‑662‑8330 ◊ Romano, Jose G., Miami, 305‑243‑6732 Pg. S-5 Sacco, Ralph L., Miami, 305‑243‑7519 Pg. S-5 Sadowsky, Carl H., West Palm Beach, 561‑845‑0500 Shebert, Robert T., Miami, 305‑243‑6733 Pg. S-5 Singer, Carlos, Miami, 305‑243‑4075 Pg. S-5 Swerdloff, Marc A., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑942‑3991 Tarras, Seth C., Pompano Beach, 954‑942‑3991 Verma, Ashok K., Miami, 305‑243‑7400 Pg. S-5 Wheeler, Steve D., Miami, 305‑661‑2022 Wingkun, Edwin C., West Palm Beach, 561‑845‑0500 Zaret, Bruce S., Sunrise, 954‑321‑1776 Zuniga, Jose A., West Palm Beach, 561‑845‑0500

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Aliff, Timothy B., Coral Springs, 954‑755‑1904 Alvarez, Wilfredo, Miami, 305‑270‑8944 Amendola, Beatriz E., South Miami, Antoun, Manal S., Miami, 305‑279‑8222 305‑669‑6833 Pg. S-6 Bernick, Brian A., Boca Raton, 561‑392‑7704 Begas, Albert, Boca Raton, 561‑495‑8307 Beydoun, Samir N., Miami, 305‑243‑4530 EC IA L305‑243‑1000 A DV E R TISING SE C TIO N Benedetto, Pasquale W.,SP Miami, Pg. S-5 Pg. S-5 Bone, Melanie K., Atlantis, 561‑548‑8650 Berkowitz, Lloyd D., Boca Raton, 561‑955‑6400 Cardella, Isidro A., Miami, 305‑971‑0510 Cohen, Jonathan J., Miami, 305‑324‑7000 Diro, Makbib, Miami, 305‑243‑4530 Pg. S-5 Faria, Rohan F., Tamarac, 954‑726‑0036 Estape, Ricardo E., Miami, 305‑666‑1811 Garcia, Eduardo A., Lake Worth, 561‑965‑1864 Gilles, Jerry M., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑759‑6726 Goodman, Mark S., Miami, 305‑243‑6520 Gonzalez‑Quintero, Victor, Miami, 305‑274‑5229 Pg. S-5 This listing does not necessarily indicate that a doctor is a certified This listing specd James, Geoffrey N., Miami, 305‑412‑6004 Green, J., Westindicate Palm Beach, Names and page numbers in Robert RED BOLDFACE a profile Names on the andspecified page numbers page. ◊inindi RE James, Jason S., Miami, 305‑412‑6004 561‑366‑4103 Hussein, Atif M., Hollywood, 954‑265‑6363 Kaufman, Samuel, Boca Raton, 561‑368‑3775 Jacobson, Robert J., West Palm Beach, Madrigal, Marilu, Miami, 305‑856‑4598 Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ 561‑366‑4150 Manko, Gene F., Jupiter, 561‑354‑1525 979-691-3042 Jahanzeb, Mohammad, Deerfield Beach, & IMMUNOLOGY ALLERGY ◊ & IMMUNOLOGY ALLERGY Martin, Dibe, South Miami, 305‑669‑9521 Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 954‑698‑3665 Pg. Wrenn, S-5 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Pg. Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Medina, Carlos A., Miami, 305‑243‑4530 S-5 Kaplan, Edward J., Coconut Creek, Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 Penalver, Manuel A., Coral Gables, 305‑663‑7001 954‑379‑4848 Pg. S-3 & S-5Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Bailey, Poliakoff, Steven R., South Miami, 305‑596‑0870 ANESTHESIOLOGY Kaywin, Paul R., Miami,Beck, 305‑595‑2141 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Salkind, Glenn L., Miami, 305‑279‑3773 Fisher, L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Koletsky, Alan J., Boca Raton, 561‑955‑6400 Pg. S-35 Pg.Neal S-35 Senemar, Jila, Miami, 305‑412‑6004 Harper, James Worth‚ 817-250-23 Alan A., Miami, 786‑596‑6566 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚Lewin, 281-242-0131 Brown, LewisD.‚ A.‚Fort Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 Sepulveda, Jaime L., South Miami, 305‑669‑6267 James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-245 RogerioMcMichael, C.,Charlesworth, Weston, 954‑659‑6397 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ SanLilenbaum, Angelo‚ Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Spiegelman, Larry S., Miami, 305‑595‑4070 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 Lippman, Marc, Miami, 305‑243‑9120 325-658-1511 325-658-1511Pg. S-5 Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Vizoso, Javier, South Miami, Cook, 305‑665‑1133 Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Livingstone, Alan, Miami, 305‑243‑4902 Pg. S-5 Yasin, Salih Y., Miami, Crosby, 305‑243‑5175 Pg.L.‚ S-5 Bernard Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 Lucci, III, Joseph A., Miami , 305‑243‑2233 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-820 Pg. S-5 ◊ CARDIOLOGY Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚Lutzky, 210-614-4405 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614Jose, Miami Beach, 305‑535‑3300 Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490 Niederman, ThomasAguilar, M.J., Boynton Beach, Anderson, L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚561‑737‑6556 Fawcett,Allan Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 817-421-0770 Pefkarou, Athena C.,Anderson, Miami, 305‑662‑8360 ◊ Andrews, C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-604 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Raez, Luis E., Pembroke Pines,Thomas 954‑430‑6868 S-33305‑243‑6635 409-892-7090 ◊ 409-892-7090 ◊ Richman, Stephen P.,Pg. Miami, Anwar, Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Fling,Azam‚ John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 Pg. S-5 Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ 832-826-5600 San Antonio‚ ◊ Richter, Harold, Boca Raton, 561‑495‑8307 210-614-3923 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, R.‚ Lufkin‚ Rocha Lima, Caio Max S., Miami,Ravinder 305‑243‑7770 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 Pg. S-5 Steven R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-46 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-24 Roskos, Rudolph R.,Bailey, Fort Lauderdale, R. Gary Allen‚N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Gross, Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 954‑355‑4527 ◊ Baum, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚S.‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚Rothschild, 214-648-6370 Gruchalla, Rebecca Dallas‚ 214-648Neal E., Berk, West Palm Beach, Berman, L.‚S.‚ Houston‚ Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 561‑366‑4103 512-244-3422 Hallett,Philip Jeffrey Round 713-861-2424 Rock‚ 512-244 Bloom, Kenneth R.‚Houston‚ San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Hanson, Celine‚ 832-824-1319 Schwartz, Michael A., Miami Beach, 210-614-3264 ◊ F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Harrison, Lyndall 305‑674‑9100 Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 Pg. S-6 Skelton, Jane D., Boca Raton,Roberta 561‑955‑6400 Bogaev, C.‚ Houston‚ 832-355-397 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973 Slingerland, Joyce M., Miami, 305‑243‑1000 Bucay, Moises‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Hovanky, KimSan T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868Pg. S-5 Canales, Mark L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-03 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-53 Spitz, Daniel L., WestCarry, Palm Beach, 561‑366‑4111 Melissa M.‚L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Jacobs, Robert San Antonio‚ 210-614 Spunberg, Jerome J., Palm Beach Gardens, Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-60 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 561‑624‑1717 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ Pg. 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dr. Beatriz amendola is a therapeutic radiology. dr. Dehmer, Gregory J.‚ Temple‚817-421-0770 254-724-678 Rene hospitals. A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ cancer institute and has privileges at multiple southLeon, Florida Denfield, Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-568 Lieberman, Allen K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-7635 Lieberman, Allen K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-76 she has extensive experience with gamma KnifeLumry, radiosurgery for 214-373-7374 Ophthalmology Deville, J. William Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 William R.‚ Dallas‚ Lumry, R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-737 Donovan, Daniel J.‚J.‚ San Antonio‚ Mamlok, Robert J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 Mamlok, Robert Lubbock‚ 806-795-4 Alfonso, Eduardo, Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S-5 brain tumors, cyberKnife and rapidarc for extracranial tumors. 210-614-5400 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚Anagnoste, 915-532-2663 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532Scott R., Hollywood, 954‑894‑7020 dr. amendola has more than 10 years of experience treating Drazner, Mark H.‚G.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544 Marcoux, Jean G.‚ early Houston‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ Jean Houston‚ 713-973-00 Anderson, Douglas R.,Marcoux, Miami, 305‑326‑6000 D’Souza, 817-338-13 Martin, Bruce G.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-616-0690 Martin,Denzil BruceG.‚ G.‚Fort San Worth‚ Antonio‚ 210-616breast cancer using Mammosite at the Brachytherapy institute of Pg. S-5 Duchman, Stanley M.‚R.‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4 McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ McKenna, William Harlingen‚ Angella, Guy J., Pembroke Pines, 954‑431‑2777 south Florida, which she founded and directs. Her956-425-9240 other areas of Aran, Alberto J., Coral Durand, John L.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 956-425-9240 Gables, 305‑442‑2020 Thomas Antonio‚ Geraldshe C.‚ Plano‚ Moore, GeraldW.‚ C.‚San Plano‚ 972-867-1600 expertise include prostate, gi, and head and neck Moore, cancers. has972-867-1600 Budenz, Donald L., Eades, Miami, 305‑326‑6000 210-225-4566 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 Pg. S-5 written more than 50 scientific papers for peer-reviewed journals East, Cara‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Olmstead, S. Mark‚ and Garland‚ 972-463-3406 Olmstead, S. Mark‚ Garland‚ 972-463-34 Buznego, Carlos, Miami, 305‑598‑2020 Jr.,Pg. Robert E.‚ Dallas‚ Peters, Edward J.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Peters, Edward J.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 numerous book chapters. dr. amendola, who speaks fluent spanish, Capo, Hilda, Miami, Edmonson, 305‑326‑6000 S-5 214-948-2707 Peters, Kurt R.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 Peters, Kurt R.‚ Houston‚ Clarkson,◊John G., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S-5713-797-0045 serves on several national and international cancer committees and is Eric J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7733 Quintero, Enrique T.‚ The Woodlands‚ Enrique T.‚ The Woodlands‚ Clewner, Lawrence Eichhorn, M.,Quintero, Boca Raton, This listing d Erwin, III, John P.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2111 a consultant for international cancer treatment. 281-364-1001 281-364-1001 561‑395‑5666

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Names and page numbers in RE Falcone, M. Wayne‚ Woodway‚ 254-399-540 Ramirez, Daniel A.‚ San Antonio‚ Ramirez, Daniel A.‚ San Antonio‚ Culbertson, IV, William W., Miami, Farmer, John A.‚ Houston‚ 713-798-2352 210-614-3923 210-614-3923 305‑326‑6000 Pg. Feghali, S-5 Sayed F.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0200 Rogers, Robert J.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Rogers, Robert J.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315Finnigan, Patrick‚ Ruff, Michael E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Ruff, Michael E.‚Austin‚ Dallas‚512-454-1110 214-691-1330◊ Fish, R. David‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Shirley, L. Reed‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 Shirley, L. Reed‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY see selection process page s-1 F.‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4002 su p erd octors.com Franklin, Jay O.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Smith,onThomas Smith, Thomas F.‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4002 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Freeman, Gregory L.‚L.‚ San Antonio‚ Somerville, Laura L.‚ Baytown‚ 281-425-9313 Somerville, Laura Baytown‚ 281-425 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 210-614-5400 Starr, John C.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2516 Starr, John C.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2516 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2


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Daubert, Jack, West Palm Beach, 561‑659‑9700 Davis, Janet L., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Dorfman, Mark S., Hollywood, 954‑925‑2740 ◊ Duffner, Lee R., Hollywood, 954‑925‑2740 Fishman, Arthur M., Pembroke Pines, 954‑431‑2777 Flynn, Jr., Harry W., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Forster, Richard K., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Gailitis, Raymond P., Margate, 954‑969‑0090 Pg. S‑11 Gedde, Steven J., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Goldman, Howard B., Boca Raton, 561‑391‑8300 Golino, Andre J., West Palm Beach, 561‑832‑6113 Greenfield, David S., Palm Beach Gardens, 561‑515‑1500 Pg. S‑5 Hodapp, Elizabeth A., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Hoffman, Joseph I., North Miami Beach, 305‑947‑0027 Hopen, Gary R., Hollywood, 954‑989‑2800 Jewelewicz, Daniel A., Delray Beach, 561‑498‑8100 Johnson, Thomas E., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Jones, David T., Weston, 954‑217‑3155 ◊ Kaiser, Charles J., Miami, 305‑598‑2020 Karp, Carol L., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Kasner, Louis, Miami, 305‑598‑2020 Katz, Raananah S., Plantation, 800‑680‑6182

JONATHAN WIDEROFF, MD

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Katzen, Lawrence B., Boynton Beach, 877‑736‑2020 Kay, Matthew D., Aventura, 305‑931‑2673 Kohn, Alan N., West Palm Beach, 561‑478‑2003 Kronish, Jan W., Delray Beach, 561‑498‑8100 Lavina, Adrian M., Palm Beach Gardens, 561‑624‑0099 Lee, Junhee, Miami, 305‑598‑2020 Lee‑Chee, Tatiana, Deerfield Beach, 954‑421‑8000 Levine, Michael L., Boynton Beach, 877‑736‑0090 Lopez, Pedro F., Miami, 305‑598‑2020 McKeown, Craig A., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Melgen, Salomon E., West Palm Beach, 561‑687‑0007 Michels, Mark, Palm Beach Gardens, 561‑624‑0099 Miller, Bruce A., Plantation, 954‑424‑5959 ◊ Miller, Gordon R., Miami Beach, 305‑674‑2047 Murray, Timothy G., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 ◊ Newmark, Emanuel, West Palm Beach, 561‑422‑7341 Palmberg, Paul F., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Parrish, II, Richard K., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Patipa, Michael, West Palm Beach, 561‑845‑6500 Perlman, Jeffrey M., Boca Raton, 561‑391‑8300 ◊ Rosenberg, Krista D., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑776‑6880 Rosenfeld, Philip J., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5

JOSEPH A. COLLETTA, MD

Rosenfeld, Steven I., Delray Beach, 561‑498‑8100 Rubsamen, Patrick E., Boca Raton, 561‑394‑6499 Schaffer, Michael A., Delray Beach, 561‑498‑8100 Simon, Richard B., Miami, 305‑598‑2020 ◊ Skolnick, Keith A., Plantation, 954‑741‑5555 Smiddy, William E., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Stanley, J. Harold, Plantation, 954‑473‑2608 Tanenbaum, Myron, Miami, 305‑273‑5353 Thompson, W. Scott, Fort Lauderdale, 954‑776‑6880 Trattler, Henry L., Miami, 305‑598‑2020 Pg. S‑5 Trattler, William B., Miami, 305‑598‑2020 Trentacoste, Joseph, Miami Lakes, 305‑825‑2020 Tse, David T., Miami, 305‑326‑6000 Pg. S‑5 Tseng, Scheffer C., Miami, 305‑274‑1299 Warman, Roberto, Miami, 305‑662‑8390 ◊ Zambrano, William, Miami Lakes, 305‑825‑2020

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Angeli, Simon I., Miami, 305‑243‑2000 Pg. S‑5 Arnold, David J., Miami, 305‑243‑4734 Pg. S‑5 Balkany, Thomas J., Miami, 305‑243‑2000 Pg. S‑5 Casiano, Roy R., Miami, 305‑243‑5290 Pg. S‑5 Civantos, Francisco J., Miami, 305‑243‑5276 Pg. S‑5 continued on page s-8

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He received his medical degree from the Medical college of ALLERGY pennsylvania, & IMMUNOLOGY Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 philadelphia, and completed his surgery Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 residency at University of Susan MiamiR.‚school Bailey, Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2 of Medicine, JacksonBeck, Memorial Hospital, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Pg.member S-35 Miami. He is an active of the Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 department of surgery at BocaErnest ratonN.‚ San Angelo‚ Charlesworth, 325-658-1511 regional Hospital and delray Medical Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ center and has served as chief of 512-467-0978 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 Medical staff and Dickens, on theD. governing Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-820 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614board of delray Medical center.

Joseph A. Colletta, MD Jonathan Wideroff, MD

Jonathan Wideroff, MD, FACS South Palm Beach Surgical aSSociateS 1601 Clint Moore Road, Suite 145 Boca Raton, FL 33487 Phone: (561) 939-0455

Joseph A. Colletta, MD, FACS Surgical aSSociateS of Palm Beach county 670 Glades Road, Suite 300 Boca Raton, FL 33431 Phone: (561) 395-2626 www.sabc.net n

Jonathan Wideroff dr. Wideroff is a board-certified surgeon highly regarded for his expertise in minimally invasive parathyroid surgery and thyroid surgery, as well as general surgery specialties, including abdominal and bilary tract procedures and hernia repair.

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Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Joseph A. Colletta 409-892-7090 ◊ John A.‚ surgery, Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 a specialist in breast Fling, and general Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ dr. Joseph colletta is210-614-3923 a board-certified Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 surgeon who focuses on the treatment Grant, pathology. J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2 of all aspects of breast He Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 obtained his medical degree from Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round thomas Jefferson Medical college in Rock‚ 512-244 Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 philadelphia and completed his surgical Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442training at the University Miami school Pg.of S-6 Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973 of Medicine, JacksonHoffman, Memorial Hospital, Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868Miami. He is an active member of the Mound‚ 972-53 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Jacobs,atRobert San Antonio‚ 210-614 department of surgery bothL.‚Boca James, Larry Austin‚ 512-331-5118 raton regional Hospital andW.‚delray Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-36 Medical center. Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-67 Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226 Lange, Elisa B.‚ Dallas‚S-7 214-373-1773 ◊ cityandshore.com cityandshore.com S-1 817-731-9 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Lieberman, Allen K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-76


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Buch, Maria M., Miami, 305‑585‑6408 Pg. S-5 ◊ Budowsky, Kenneth J., Hollywood, Pathology 954‑989‑6000 ◊ Dougherty, Brian E., Miami, 305‑595‑6200 ◊ Cote, Richard J., Miami, 305‑243‑2683 Pg. S-5 Cantwell, G. Patricia, Miami, 305‑585‑6051 Fletcher, Steven M., Miami, 305‑595‑6200 Ganjei-Azar, Parvin, Miami, 305‑585‑6055 Pg. S-5 ◊ Goodwin, W. Jarrard, Miami, 305‑243‑4387 Pg. S-5 Cutler, Adam R., Boca Raton, 561‑477‑7700 ◊ Pg. S-5 Norenberg, Michael D., Miami, 305‑585‑7017 Del Moral, Teresa, Miami, Grobman, Lawrence R., Miami, 305‑854‑5971 SP305‑585‑6408 EC IA L A DV E R TISING SE C TIO N Pg. S-5 Pg. S-5 ◊ Hanft, Kendall L., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑776‑0620 Petito, Carol K., Miami, 305‑585‑8970 Pg. S-5 Duara, Shahnaz, Miami, 305‑585‑6408 Hesse, Sabine V., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑583‑7770 Sara, Alan S., West Palm Beach, 561‑659‑0770 Pg. S-5 ◊ Houle, James G.L., Boca Raton, 561‑750‑2100 Tapia, Raul H., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑492‑5728 Edelstein, Jaime, Coral Gables, 305‑444‑6882 ◊ Johnson, Curtis D., Miami, 954‑687‑2710 Kronberg, Frank G., Miami, 305‑595‑6200 Flicker, Kenneth, Miami, 305‑253‑5585 ◊ Li, John C., Jupiter, 561‑748‑4445 Floyd, Philip D., South Miami, 305‑661‑1962 ◊ Pediatrics Liu, Nancy J., Boca Raton, 561‑750‑2100 Forster, Lourdes Q., Miami, 305‑243‑7570 Mandell, David L., Boynton Beach, 561‑736‑8141 Abitbol, Carolyn L., Miami, 305‑585‑6726 ThisPg. listing ◊ not necessarily indicate that a doctor is a certified spec S-5does Names and page numbers in RED Lawrence BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the specified page. ◊ indi Nachlas, Nathan E., Boca Raton, 561‑939‑0900 Pg. S-5 ◊ Friedman, B., Miami, 305‑243‑5880 Pg. S-11 Adams, Jose A., Miami Beach, 305‑674‑2727 ◊ Pg. S-5 ◊ Owens, Michael H., Miami, 305‑595‑6200 Alvarez, Ofelia A., Miami, 305‑585‑5635 Gelman, Barry, Miami, 305‑586‑6051 Pg. S-5 ◊ SP EC IA L A DV E R TISING SE C TIO N Schwartz, Michael L., West Palm Beach, Gonzalez‑Brito, Manuel R., Coral Pg. S-5 ◊ Weldon, DavidGables, R.‚ College Station‚ 561‑655‑5562 305‑661‑1515 ◊ 979-691-3042 Bancalari, Eduardo, Miami, 305‑243‑6408 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Telischi, Fred F., Miami, 305‑243‑2000 Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 Hershorin, EugeneWrenn, R., Miami, 305‑270‑5050 Pg. S-5 ◊ Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Pg. S-5 ◊ Pg. S-5 ◊ Bandel, Jack W., Aventura, 305‑933‑3035 ◊ Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Thomas, Giovana R., Miami, 305‑243‑3054 Kuluz, John W., Miami, 305‑243‑8115 ◊ Bandstra, Emmalee S., Miami, 305‑585‑6408 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Pg. S-5 ANESTHESIOLOGY Lage, Onelia G., Miami, 305‑243‑5880 Pg. S-5 ◊ Pg. S-5 ◊ Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Torres, Julio D., Hialeah, 305‑557‑4016 Lambert, Walter F.,Fisher, Miami,Neal 305‑243‑7550 Barbouth, Deborah S., Miami, 305‑243‑6006 L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Pg. S-35 Weed, Donald T., Miami, 305‑243‑9095 Pg. S-5 ◊ not necessarily Pg. S-5does Harper,indicate Jamesthat D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-23 Pg. S-5 ◊ listing a doctor is a certified spec Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚This 281-242-0131 Widick, Mark H., Boca Raton, 561‑391‑3333 ◊ Legorburu‑Selem, Sarah G., Coral Gables, McMichael, James 512-454-245 Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile onP.‚ theAustin‚ specified page. ◊ indi Baumgard, Jonathan D., Miami, 305‑271‑4711 ◊ Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Younis, Ramzi T., Miami, 305‑326‑6332 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 305‑667‑0940 ◊ Benke, Paul J., Hollywood, 954‑265‑6319 ◊ 325-658-1511 Pg. S-5 ◊ Ruiz, Lopez‑Guerrero, Rene L.,Javier‚ Miami, El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Berkovitz, Gary D., Miami, Cook,305‑243‑2920 Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 305‑643‑0133 ◊ Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Pg. S-5 ◊ Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 McLaughlin,◊Gwenn E., Miami, 305‑585‑8051 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 Blythe, Diana K., Plantation, 954‑424‑7000 979-691-3042 ALLERGY &◊IMMUNOLOGY CARDIOLOGY Pg. S-5 ◊ Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Brosco, Jeffrey P., Miami, 305‑243‑7570 Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 Andrew, L.‚ San Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Nares, Michael A., Miami, 305‑585‑6051 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Susan Victor A.‚ Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Pg. S-5 ◊ Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Pg. S-5 ◊ Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Arlington‚ Southlake‚817-460-7447 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 Nunez, Jorge R., Plantation, 954‑474‑5437 ◊ ANESTHESIOLOGY Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Andrews, Thomas C.‚ 214-826-604 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Ramirez, Felix I., Miami, 305‑662‑8352 ◊ Dallas‚ Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Pg. S-35 Pg. 305‑662‑2639 S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Raszynski, Andre, Miami, ◊ Worth‚ 817-250-23 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Brown, Lewis Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 Anwar,305‑585‑6683 Azam‚ Dallas‚ Pg. S Fling, John A.‚A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Rusconi, Paolo G., Miami, McMichael, James P.‚ 214-841-2000 Austin‚ 512-454-245 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ ◊ Pg. S-5 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 325-658-1511 MiaMi Center for advanCed Cardiology 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ Salinero, Efren D., Coral Gables, 305‑444‑6882 ◊ Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 RobertElliot D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Sanchez, Janine E., Miami, 305‑243‑2920 2845 Aventura Boulevard, SuiteCook, 100 Crosby, Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Bailey, Steven R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-46 Grant, J.Bernard Andrew‚L.‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 ◊ Pg. S-5 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Aventura, FL 33180 Schaechter, Judith Baum, L., Miami, 305‑243‑5880 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Berk, Martin R.‚CARDIOLOGY Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚Antonio‚ Dallas‚ 210-614-4405 214-648-6370 ◊ Pg. S-5 Tel: 305-749-0150 Fax: 305-749-0151 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Victor A.‚ Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Berman, L.‚ El Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ San Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Schechtman, Tommy J., PalmPhilip Beach Gardens, Anderson, Allan 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Bloom, Kenneth L.‚ R.‚ Temple‚ San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ ◊ 561‑627‑0100 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 4302 Alton Road, Suite 220 Harrison, 210-614-3264 ◊ Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Schobel, Ruth C., Miami Lakes, 305‑823‑2222 ◊214-688-0228 Andrews, Thomas Dallas‚ 214-826-604 Fawcett, Boehrer, James D.‚C.‚ Dallas‚ Pg. S-6IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Miami Beach, FL 33140 Seeherunvong, Miami, C.‚ Houston‚ 832-355-397 Pg. S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ S.‚ Houston‚ Bogaev, Roberta Hoffman, Leonard 713-973-0051 Tossaporn, 305‑243‑2920 Pg. Bucay, S-5 ◊ Moises‚ Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S Fling, John A.‚T.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Tel: 305-532-6006 Fax: 305-532-5991 San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Ayres, 305‑271‑8222 Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Simovitch, Harvey, Miami, ◊Antonio‚ Canales, Mark L.‚ San 210-949-03 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-539-0086 rdesir@pol.net 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Socarras, Rasciel, Aventura, 305‑682‑9877 ◊ Lufkin‚ Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Sosenko, Ilene R., Miami, 305‑585‑6408 www.miami-cardiology.com/dr-ranley-desir.php • Cardiology Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-60 James, LarryElliot W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Bailey, Steven San Antonio‚ 210-567-46 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Pg. S-5 ◊ Cheirif, Jorge‚ R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Baum, R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Tamer, Dolores F., Miami, 305‑585‑6683 Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Pg. S-5 ◊ Corley, Jr., David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, JeffreyT.‚ S.‚Kingwood‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Tamer, MohammadBerman, A., Miami, 305‑585‑7456 817-252-5000 Kray, Kenneth 281-358-6788 Bloom, Kenneth R.‚A.‚ San Antonio‚713-790-9 Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ dr. ranley desir is a fellow of the american college ofMichel cardiology Coulter, Stephanie Houston‚ S-5 ◊ Laham, N.‚ San Antonio‚ Pg. 210-226-3500 210-614-3264 ◊Austin‚◊512-901-4001 Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Damore, Stuart‚ Lange, Elisa B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ Tanis, Arnold L., Hollywood, 954‑966‑8000 and is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases, 817-731-9198 Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 Das, Tony S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ Totapally, Balagangadhar R., Miami, Bogaev, Roberta 832-355-397 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 echocardiography, and nuclear cardiology. He graduated with high GregoryC.‚ J.‚ Houston‚ Temple‚ 254-724-678 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 305‑662‑2639 ◊ Dehmer, Bucay, Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Denfield, Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-568 Lieberman, Allen K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-7635 Valdes, Ernesto, Coral Gables,Mark 305‑740‑8358 ◊ honors from Howard University college of Medicine and completed Canales, L.‚Plano‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-03 Hudelson, Mary‚R.‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Deville, J. Brian‚ 972-964-0363 Lumry, William Dallas‚ 214-373-7374 Wright, John E., Wilton Manors, 954‑563‑9981 ◊ Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, L.‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 his residency at the University of Miami, and his specialty training in Donovan, Daniel J.‚ San Antonio‚ Mamlok,Robert Robert J.‚San Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 Zabaleta, Ignacio A., Miami Beach, Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-60 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 210-614-5400 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-2663 305‑674‑2727 ◊ Cheirif, cardiology at the Methodist Hospital of Baylor college of Medicine. Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S Kennerly, Donald A.‚His Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 otolaryngology, continued from page s-7

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Marcoux, Jean G.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 ◊

Drazner, Mark H.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544

Cook, Patrick J.‚G.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 A.‚G.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 practice is limited to cardiology and focuses on theKhan, earlyDavid recognition D’Souza, Denzil Fort Worth‚ 817-338-13 Martin, Bruce San Antonio‚ 210-616-0690 Corley, Jr.,Stanley David D.‚ Worth‚281-890-4 Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Duchman, M.‚Fort Houston‚ McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ of cardiac pathology using non-invasive diagnostic techniques. He has Physical Med/Rehabilitation 817-252-5000 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788 Durand, John L.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 956-425-9240 Coulter, Stephanie Laham, Michel C.‚ N.‚Plano‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 (Physiatry) privileges at Mount sinai Medical center and aventura and Eades, Thomas W.‚ A.‚ SanHouston‚ Antonio‚ 713-790-9 Moore,Hospital Gerald 972-867-1600 Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, B.‚Houston‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ 210-225-4566 Moore, Elisa Kristin‚ 713-797-0045 Medical center. Cairns, Kevin D., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑771‑2511 Das, Tony S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9198

East, Cara‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Olmstead, S. Mark‚ Garland‚ 972-463-3406 Cardenas, Diana D.,Dehmer, Miami, 305‑243‑6605 Gregory J.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-678 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ Edmonson, Jr., Robert E.‚ Dallas‚ Peters, Edward J.‚ Austin‚ 817-421-0770 512-454-5821 Pg. S-5 Denfield, Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-568 Lieberman, K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-7635 214-948-2707 Peters, KurtAllen R.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 ◊ Dorto, Anthony J., Miami, 305‑932‑4797 Deville, J. Eric Brian‚ Lumry, William R.‚T.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-7374 Eichhorn, J.‚Plano‚ Dallas‚972-964-0363 972-566-7733 Quintero, Enrique The Woodlands‚ Epstein, Bryce E., Miami, 305‑937‑1999 Donovan, Daniel J.‚Temple‚ San Antonio‚ Mamlok, Robert J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 Erwin, III, John P.‚ 281-364-1001 Irwin, Robert W., Miami, 305‑243‑6605 Pg. S-5254-724-2111 210-614-5400 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-2663 Falcone, M. Wayne‚ Woodway‚ 254-399-540 Ramirez, Daniel A.‚ San Antonio‚ Lichtblau, Craig PalmMark Beach, Drazner, H.‚Houston‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544 Marcoux, Jean G.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ H., West Farmer, John A.‚ 713-798-2352 210-614-3923 561‑842‑3694 D’Souza, DenzilF.‚ G.‚Houston‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-338-13 Martin, Bruce G.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-616-0690 Feghali, Sayed 713-797-0200 Rogers, Robert J.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Duchman, Stanley M.‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4 McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ Finnigan, Patrick‚ Austin‚ 512-454-1110 ◊ Ruff, Michael E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Durand, John L.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 956-425-9240 Fish, R. David‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Shirley, L. Reed‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 This listing d Eades, Thomas W.‚ San Antonio‚ Moore, Gerald C.‚ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 see selection process page s-1 F.‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4002 su p erd octors.com Franklin, Jay O.‚ Dallas‚ Smith,onThomas Names and 214-824-8721 page numbers in RE 210-225-4566 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 Freeman, Gregory L.‚ San Antonio‚ Somerville, Laura L.‚ Baytown‚ 281-425-9313 East, Cara‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Olmstead, Mark‚ Garland‚ 972-463-3406 210-614-5400 Starr, JohnS.C.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2516 Edmonson, Jr., Robert E.‚ Dallas‚ Peters, Edward J.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821

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Lipkin, David L., Miami Beach, 305‑672‑1256 Rubenstein, Mark A., West Palm Beach, 561‑832‑5000 Sherman, Andrew L., Miami, 305‑243‑6605 Pg. S-5 Tolchin, Ronald B., Miami, 305‑243‑6605 Pg. S-5

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Lozada Rodriguez, Carlos J., Miami, 305‑243‑7545 Pg. S-5 Maldonado, Marcos E., Aventura, 305‑652‑6676 Riskin, Wayne G., Hollywood, 954‑961‑3252 Ritter, Jeffrey S., South Miami, 305‑661‑2299 Schweitz, Michael C., West Palm Beach, SP EC IA L A DV E R TISING SE C TIO N 561‑659‑4244 Sherrer, Yvonne R. S., Oakland Park, 954‑229‑7030 Tozman, Elaine C., Miami, 305‑243‑7545 Pg. S-5

Abrams, Kevin J., Miami, 786‑596‑5917 Altman, Nolan R., Miami, 305‑662‑8293 ◊ Benenati, James F., Miami, 786‑596‑5990 Janowitz, Warren R., Miami, 786‑596‑5917 Katzen, Barry T., Miami, 786‑596‑5990 Markoe, Arnold M., Miami, 305‑243‑4319 Psychiatry Pg. S-5 Armenteros, Jorge L., Coral Gables, Messinger, Neil H., Miami, 786‑596‑5917 305‑442‑0309 Pollack, Alan, Miami, 305‑243‑4200 Pg. S-5 Bregman, Arthur J., Coral Gables, Powell, Alex, Miami, 786‑596‑5990 305‑740‑3340 ◊ SP ECIAL ADVER T ISING SECT ION Sports Medicine Quencer, Robert M., Miami, 305‑243‑4701 Campo-Bowen, Ana E., Miami, 305‑243‑2522 This listing does not necessarily that a doctor is a certified spec Caldwell, Jr., George L., Fortindicate Lauderdale, Pg. S-5 Pg. S-5 and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the specified page. ◊ indi 954‑522‑3355 Rush, Michael J., Fort Lauderdale, Names 954‑492‑5797 Castellanos, Daniel, Miami, 305‑243‑8663 Gupta, Manish K., Boca Raton, 561‑826‑2000 Russell, Edward, Miami, 305‑585‑5507 Pg. S-5 Currier, M. Beatriz, Miami, 305‑243‑4129 Kanell, Daniel R., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑522‑3355 Pg. S-5 Serafini, Aldo N., Miami, 305‑243‑6165 Pg. S-5 Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Kolettis, George J., Boca Raton, 561‑391‑5515 Dann, O. Townsend, Miami, 305‑665‑5677 Sfakianakis, George N., Miami, 305‑243‑6165 979-691-3042 Levin, Larry P., Boca Raton, 561‑939‑0800 David, Daniella, Miami, 305‑575‑7000 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Pg. S-5 Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 Matarazzo, Marc F., Wrenn, Lake Worth, 561‑967‑6500 Delgadillo, Noel E., Miami, 305‑598‑7001 This listing does not necessarily indicate thatL.‚ a doctor is a certified specialist in the designated field. Tate, Charles F., Miami, 954‑351‑5999 Andrew, Susan Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the page. doctor’s A., practice has 954‑389‑5900 a pediatric specialty. ◊ indicates Extein, Irl L., Delray Beach, 561‑499‑6716 Moya‑Huff, Fernando Weston, Apaliski, Stephen J.‚specified Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Toonkel, Leonard M., Miami, 305‑692‑5441 Feltman, Douglas S., Coral Gables, Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Posada, Alejandro, Miami, 305‑774‑9400 Williams, Lorna S., Atlantis, 561‑548‑3727 ANESTHESIOLOGY Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 305‑443‑8247 ◊ Reilly, Michael T., Oakland Park, 954‑771‑3334 Ziffer, Jack A., Miami, 786‑596‑5917 Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Pg. S-35 Fishbain, David, Miami, 305‑355‑9021 Pg. S-5 Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Gottlich, Charles M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Wexler, Gary M., Palm Beach Gardens, Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-23 This listing d Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 979-691-3042 Gross, David A., Delray Beach,ALLERGY 561‑496‑1281 Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 561‑694‑7776 Grayburn, & IMMUNOLOGY Names page numbers in RE McMichael, James P.‚and Austin‚ 512-454-245 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-8273 Grodin, Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Henry, Joseph H., Miami, 305‑355‑9105 Pg. S-5 Zvijac, John E., Coral Gables, 786‑268‑6200 Rheumatology Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 325-658-1511 Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Fort Worth‚ Holland, Donna S., Boca Raton, 561‑702‑0486 ◊ Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Cappiello, Richard A., Boynton Beach, Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 817-252-5000 Hughes, Michael C., Miami, 305‑858‑7810 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 561‑737‑1947 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 ANESTHESIOLOGY Hutson, Peggy, Miami, Beck, 305‑442‑0325 Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Forstot, Joseph Z., Boca Raton, 561‑368‑5611 Dickens, Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ Pg. S-38 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Fisher, NealD.L.‚Lynn‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Koita, Saida Y., Coral Gables, 305‑666‑5552 Pg. S-35 CARDIOLOGY Dilley,James DennisD.‚ E.‚Fort SanWorth‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Heath, Paul Kahn, Charles B., Hollywood, 954‑961‑3252 361-883-3962 SP ECW.‚ IA LCorpus A DV E Christi‚ RDickinson‚ TISING SE C TIO N Harper, 817-250-2338 Ownby, Raymond L., Miami, 305‑355‑9105 Andrew, Susan 281-337-1 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ Kapila, 281-242-0131 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ Elpage Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 continued onL.‚ s-10 Prabodh K., Plantation, 954‑370‑1153 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-2454 Ruiz, Pedro, Miami, 305‑243‑2522 Pg. S-5

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Apaliski,Allan Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 Anderson, L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚Dallas‚ Southlake‚ Hernandez, Houston‚ Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ 214-820-3296 Bailey, Eduardo Susan R.‚A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 713-790-9401 Ruiz,817-421-0770 Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ 806-799-41 Andrews, Thomas C.‚Lubbock‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-604 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Hess, Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊ Pg. S-35 S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ High,Pg. Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Hillis, Leslie D.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4810 CARDIOLOGY Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ ◊ Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Ayres, NancyJ.‚ A.‚Houston‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Hogan, Patrick 713-791-9400 325-658-1511 MiaMi Center for advanCed Cardiology Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ Hollowell, John S.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3400 This listing does not necessarily that aAustin‚ doctor is a certified spec Cook,indicate Robert D.‚ 512-467-0978 Anderson, AllanElliot L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Pulmonary Medicine Horn,936-632-8787 Vernon P.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 4302 Alton Road, Suite 220 Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a Bernard profile on L.‚ the specified512-454-582 page. ◊ indi Crosby, Austin‚ Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 Bailey, Steven R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-46 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Houck, Philip D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Adelman, Mark, Boca Raton, 561‑488‑2988 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-820 Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Miami Beach, FL 33140 Baum,Jodie R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Hurwitz, L.‚ Dallas‚ Bakst, Alan E., Atlantis, 561‑967‑4118 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San214-361-3300 Antonio‚ 210-614Pg. S-33 Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 409-892-7090 ◊ Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Pg. S-38 Baum, Deborah R., Boca Raton, 561‑939‑0200 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490 Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Boulevard, 100Philip Berman, L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett,2845 Jeffrey Aventura S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Suite Hust, Robert G.‚ Houston‚ Bhagchandani, Lal K., Margate, Fawcett, Deborah D.‚713-790-0841 Southlake‚ 979-691-3042 Ayres, A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊◊ Freeman,954‑917‑4941 Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 SPNancy ECIAL ADVER T ISING SECT ION ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Isaac, Michael G.‚ Sherman‚ 903-891-2142 Aventura, FL 33180 Cendan, Ignacio E., Miami, 305‑227‑0604 817-421-0770 Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ 210-614-3264 ◊ Houston‚ Harrison,Susan Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ 713-464-6006 Andrew, L.‚S-35 Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Chediak, Alejandro D., Ginchansky, South Miami,Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 936-632-8787 Pg. Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 Jayaram, Kiran N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚Antonio‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Tel: 305-532-6006, 305-749-0150 Fax: 305-532-5991 409-892-7090 ◊ 305‑666‑2224 Bailey, Steven R.‚ San 210-567-4601 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Bogaev,Stephen RobertaB.‚ C.‚ Dallas‚ Houston‚ 832-355-397 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Johnston, 214-824-8721 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 Baum, R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Choy, A. Rogelio, Jupiter, 561‑627‑3336 Pg. S-11 ANESTHESIOLOGY nadermiami@aol.com Bucay, Moises‚ San972-566-4299 Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Kao, Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ ◊ Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Colin, Andrew R., Miami, 305‑243‑3176 Fisher, Neal L.‚L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Canales, Mark San713-794-7300 Antonio‚ 210-949-03 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Kar, Biswajit‚ Houston‚ Pg. S-35 www.miami-cardiology.com/dr-ralph-nader.php 210-614-3923 Berman, L.‚L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Pg. S-5 ◊ Harper,Melissa James D.‚ Dallas‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-23 Carry, Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs,Philip Robert San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Kawalsky, Darryl M.‚ L.‚ 214-361-3300 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Donna, Elio, Miami, 305‑243‑6387 Pg. S-5 • Cardiology McMichael, James P.‚R.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-245 Chafizadeh, Edward Austin‚ 512-617-60 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Pg. S-39 J. Andrew‚ Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Grant, Galveston‚ 409-772-2 210-614-3264 ◊ a doctor Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Gittler, Steven B., Hollywood, 954‑981‑3700 This listing does not necessarily indicate that is a certified specialist in the designated field. Kennedy, Patrick L.‚ Dallas‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3440 325-658-1511 Gross, Gary N.‚ 214-691-1330 • Clinical and Interventional Cardiology Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile onDallas‚ the specified page. ◊ indicates doctor’s practice has aPlano‚ pediatric specialty. Ruiz, Javier‚ Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, Robert David A.‚ 214-645-2800 Grynberg, Fred, Miami, 305‑547‑4669 Khan, Hafiza H.‚El 972-964-0363 Cook, D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648Bogaev, Houston‚713-973-0051 832-355-3977 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Corley, Jr.,S.‚ David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Kline,Roberta Glenn B.‚C.‚Houston‚ Keller, Fernando A., Boynton Beach, Klein, Milton Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244 Bucay, San 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 817-252-5000 Kray,Moises‚ Kenneth T.‚Antonio‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788◊ 561‑731‑2269 Koppes, Gerald M.‚ San Antonio‚ Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 Canales, Mark L.‚ N.‚ SanSan Antonio‚ 210-949-0304 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚dr. 972-539-0086 nader is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular Coulter, Stephanie A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9 Laham, Michel Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 CARDIOLOGY 210-223-9617 Martinez, Juan C., Hollywood, 954‑265‑3666 ◊ Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Gottlich, Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Charles M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, Elisa B.‚A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ Kowal, Robert C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Victor San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 diseases, nuclear cardiology, and interventional cardiology. He has 979-691-3042 Mavunda, Kunjana, South Miami, 305‑668‑0075 Grayburn, Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Pg. S-6 Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-6000 James, ALLERGY Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 & IMMUNOLOGY Das, Tony S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9198 Krajcer, Zvonimir‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-8273 Grodin, Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Oliveira, Eduardo C., Weston, 654 659 5450 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ Pg. S-35 Kennerly,Susan Donald Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 been in practice for 21 years as214-361-3300 a clinical and interventional cardiologist. Andrew, L.‚A.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Dehmer, Gregory J.‚Fort Temple‚ 254-724-678 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Laird, Sr., W. Penn‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Worth‚ Palumbo, Ralph, Boca Apaliski, Raton,David 561‑939‑0200 Hovanky, Kim W.‚ T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Denfield, Susan Houston‚ 832-826-568 Lieberman, K.‚A.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-7635 Laird, II, William P.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ He received his medical degree with distinction from northwestern Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-604 Fawcett, IV, Allen William Beaumont‚ 817-252-5000 Penaranda, Ruben D., Coral Gables, Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-53 Corley, Jr.,William David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Kline, Glenn 713-973-0051 Bailey, SusanB.‚ R.‚Houston‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Deville, J. Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Lumry, R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-7374 Pg. S-33 Lambert, Mark Houston‚ 713-988-9512 409-892-7090 ◊ completed his specialty Harper, John F.‚E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 ANESTHESIOLOGY 305‑779‑7381 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614 University in chicago and training at the 817-252-5000 Kray, Kenneth 281-358-6788 Beck, SuzanneT.‚ A.‚Kingwood‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Donovan, Daniel J.‚ San Antonio‚ Mamlok, Robert J.‚ Worth‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 Anwar, Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S Fling, John A.‚Dallas‚ Fort 817-735-2583 Langsjoen, Peter H.‚ 903-595-3778 Pg. S-38Azam‚ Fisher, Neal L.‚ 214-369-3030 Prager, Richard S., Palmetto Bay, 305‑322‑4116 James, Larry W.‚Tyler‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Stephanie A.‚of Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚Boston 210-226-3500 Pg. S-35 210-614-5400 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-2663 Beth Coulter, israel Hospital Harvard UniversityHeath, and the Hospital of832-826-5600 Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ ◊ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Leachman, D. Houston‚ Paul W.‚Richard‚ Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-2338 Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-36 Pg. S-11 Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, Elisa ◊ Brown, LewisB.‚ A.‚Dallas‚ Sugar 214-373-1773 Land‚ 281-242-0131 Drazner, Mark H.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544 Marcoux, Jean G.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ Hecht, 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚of Lufkin‚ 713-790-9401 Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-2454 Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 the UniversityDas, of pennsylvania. He is currently the program director Rahaghi, Franck F., Weston, 954‑659‑5000 Tony S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort N.‚ Worth‚ Charlesworth, Ernest San 817-731-9198 Angelo‚ D’Souza, Denzil G.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-338-13 Martin, BruceElliot G.‚ San Antonio‚972-566-7576 210-616-0690 Hernandez, 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, J.‚Dallas‚ Dallas‚ Leatherman, George F.‚ Longview‚ Eduardo A.‚ Houston‚ Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ 214-820-3296 Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Gregory J.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6782 Salazar, Jose A., Miami, 305‑854‑2284 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 325-658-1511 Duchman, Stanley M.‚ Antonio‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4 McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ interventionalDehmer, cardiology atHouston‚ Mount sinai Hospital on Steven Miami Beach. Bailey, R.‚ T.‚ San 210-567-46 903-757-5804 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 713-790-9401 Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Kray, Kenneth Kingwood‚ 281-358-67 Denfield, Susan W.‚ 832-826-5682 ◊ Lieberman, K.‚◊Austin‚ 512-345-7635 Sallent, Jorge A., LakeCook, Park, 561‑863‑0105 RobertAllen D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Durand, John L.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 956-425-9240 Baum, R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Lemler, Matthew S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-456-6333 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Hess, Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊◊ Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226 dr. nader’s private practice provides preventive care, screening, and Deville, J. Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Lumry, William R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-7374 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Simon, Leonard, Palmetto Bay, 305‑322‑4116 Eades, Thomas W.‚ San214-369-3613 Antonio‚ Moore, Gerald C.‚ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 Berk, Martin R.‚B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Levin, Charles B.‚ Dallas‚ Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 High, Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Lange, Elisa Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ Donovan, Daniel J.‚ San Antonio‚ Mamlok, Robert J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 Pg. S-11 210-225-4566 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 clinical ◊care of210-614-5400 the heart. He also performs invasive diagnostic and210-567-4810 Berman, Philip L.‚Q.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Liao, Robert‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Hillis, Leslie D.‚ San Antonio‚ Lanier, Bobby Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ Antonio‚ El Paso‚ 210-614-4405 915-532-2663 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San East, Cara‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Olmstead, S.CARDIOLOGY Mark‚ Garland‚ 972-463-3406 Simpser‑Dubovoy, Moises, Miami, Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚ Lister, George‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-3563 ◊ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Hogan, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 therapeutic procedures such as catheterizations, balloon Leon,angioplasties, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Drazner, Mark H.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544 Marcoux,Victor Jean G.‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, A.‚ Houston‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Edmonson, Jr., Robert E.‚ Dallas‚ Peters, Edward J.‚F.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 305‑662‑8380 ◊ 210-614-3264 ◊Plano‚ Liu, Jean (John) H.‚ SanK.‚ Antonio‚ Harrison, Lyndall Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Hollowell, John S.‚ 469-326-3400 Lieberman, Allen Austin‚ 512-345-76 Denzil G.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-338-1300 Martin, Bruce G.‚ San Antonio‚ and 210-616-0690 Anderson, AllanR.‚ L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ 214-948-2707 Peters, Kurt Houston‚ 713-797-0045 ◊ stenting. D’Souza, He believes that a healthy lifestyle, assisted by medicine Singer, Glenn R., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑522‑7226 Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 210-490-6000 Pg. S-6 Horn,Lumry, VernonWilliam P.‚ Dallas‚ R.‚ 214-345-6000 Dallas‚ 214-373-737 Duchman, Stanley M.‚T.‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4848 McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 Eichhorn, Eric J.‚C.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7733 Quintero, Enrique Woodlands‚ Tabak, Jeremy I., Miami, 305‑274‑3664 Bogaev, Roberta C.‚ Houston‚ 832-355-397 Marsh, Jr., active Denver San Angelo‚ Hoffman, Leonard S.‚The Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Houck, Philip D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 and technology when necessary, can lead to a long and life. Mamlok, Robert J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4 Durand, John L.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 956-425-9240 Andrews, Thomas Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Erwin, III, John P.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2111 281-364-1001 325-655-2200 Bucay, Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚C.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Hurwitz, Wanner, Adam, Miami,Fawcett, 305‑243‑6387 Pg. S-5 Jodie L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532Eades, Thomas W.‚ San Antonio‚ Moore, Gerald C.‚ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 Pg. S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Falcone, M. Wayne‚ Woodway‚ 254-399-540 Ramirez, Daniel A.‚ San Antonio‚ Martinez-Arraras, Joaquin‚ Amarillo‚ Canales, Mark L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-03 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Zaltzman, Mathew L., Atlantis, 561‑967‑4118 Pg.Marcoux, S-38 Jean G.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-00 210-225-4566 Moore,John Kristin‚ Houston‚ Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 Fling, A.‚ Fort Worth‚713-797-0045 817-735-2583 Farmer, John A.‚ Houston‚ 713-798-2352 210-614-3923 806-358-4596 Pg. S-39 Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Hust,Martin, Robert Bruce G.‚ Houston‚ G.‚ San713-790-0841 Antonio‚ 210-616East, Cara‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Olmstead,Theodore S. Mark‚ Garland‚ 972-463-3406 Ayres, Nancy A.‚ W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, M.‚ San Antonio‚ Feghali, Sayed F.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0200 Rogers, Robert J.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Massin, Edward K.‚ Houston‚ 713-796-2668 Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ 512-617-60 James, Larry Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Isaac, Michael G.‚ Sherman‚ 903-891-2142 McKenna, William R.‚Austin‚ Harlingen‚ Edmonson, Jr., Robert E.‚ Lufkin‚ Dallas‚ Peters, Edward J.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Finnigan, Patrick‚ Austin‚ 512-454-1110 Ruff, Michael E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Massumi, Ali‚ Houston‚ 713-529-5530 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg.◊S Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ Houston‚ 713-464-6006 956-425-9240 214-948-2707 Peters, Kurt Elliot R.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 ◊ 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 214-645-2800 Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Fish, R. David‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Shirley, L. Reed‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 May, David C.‚ Lewisville‚ 972-434-1988 Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ Jayaram, Kiran N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Moore, Gerald C.‚ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 s upe r do ct o r s. co m see selection process on page s-1 cityandshore.com S-9 Eichhorn, Eric R.‚ J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7733 Quintero, Enrique Galveston‚ T.‚ The Woodlands‚ Bailey, Steven San Antonio‚ 210-567-4601 Grant, J. Andrew‚ 409-772-2436 Franklin, Jay O.‚W.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Smith, Thomas F.‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4002 McBride, Kenneth Fort Corley, Jr., David D.‚ FortWorth‚ Worth‚ Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Johnston, Stephen B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 Erwin, III, JohnLaura P.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2111 281-364-1001 Baum, R.Kenneth Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Freeman, Gregory L.‚ San Antonio‚ Somerville, L.‚ Baytown‚ 281-425-9313 Kao, 817-252-5000 817-252-5000 Kray, T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788 Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-4299 ◊ Olmstead, S. Mark‚ Garland‚ 972-463-34 Falcone, M. Wayne‚ Woodway‚ 254-399-5400 Ramirez, Daniel A.‚ San Antonio‚ Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 210-614-5400 Starr, John C.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2516 McCall, David‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4600 Coulter, Stephanie A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9 Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 Kar, Biswajit‚ Houston‚ 713-794-7300 Peters, Edward J.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Farmer, John A.‚ Houston‚ 713-798-2352 210-614-3923 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚

Schvehla, Thomas J., Boynton Beach, 325-658-1511 561‑364‑2822 ◊ Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Shaw, Jon A., Miami, 305‑355‑7009 Pg. S-5 D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ Tobolowsky, David M., Dickens, Miami, 305‑670‑1167

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Carmichael, Michael J., Boynton Beach, 561‑374‑5720 Cartledge, Richard G., Delray Beach, 561‑499‑7707 Dorman, Malcolm J., Atlantis, 561‑548‑4900 Lamelas, Joseph, Miami Beach, 305‑674‑2780 Pham, Si M., Miami, 305‑355‑5070 Pg. S-5 Tabry, Imad F., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑267‑6770

Pizano, Louis R., Miami, 305‑585‑1290 Pg. S-5 Selvaggi, Gennaro, Miami, 305‑355‑5045 Pg. S-5 Sleeman, Danny, Miami, 305‑243‑4211 Pg. S-5 Tzakis, Andreas G., Miami, 305‑355‑5748 Pg. S-5 Wideroff, Jonathan, Boca Raton, 561‑939‑0455 Pg. S-7

Temple, H. Thomas, Miami, 305‑243‑3000 Pg. S-5 ◊ Westerdahl, David N., Weston, 877‑463‑2010 Zych, Gregory A., Miami, 305‑585‑7148 Pg. S-5

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Burnweit, Cathy A., Miami, 305‑662‑8320 ◊ SP ECIAL ADVER T ISING SECT ION Malvezzi, Leopoldo, Miami, 305‑662‑8320 ◊ Neville, Holly L., Miami, 305‑243‑2247 Surgery, Neurological Pg. S-5 ◊ Gonzalez‑Arias, Sergio M., Miami, 305‑271‑6159 Stone, Marshall M., Boca Raton, 561‑852‑0038 ◊ Green, Barth A., Miami, 305‑243‑6946 Pg. S-5 Heros, Roberto C., Miami, 305‑243‑4572 Pg. S-5 Surgery, Colon & Rectal Landy, Howard J., Miami, 305‑243‑6190 Pg. S-5 Surgery, Thoracic SP EC IA L A DV E R TISING SE C TIO N Lang, Arnold 954‑475‑9244 Christie, John P., Miami, 305‑913‑0666 This listing does C., not Plantation, necessarily indicate that a doctor is a certified specialist theMiami, designated field. Dylewski, MarkinR., 786‑662‑8928 Levi, Allan D., Miami, 305‑243‑2088 Pg. S-5 Hartmann, Rene F., Miami, 305‑271‑0300 Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the specified page. doctor’s305‑585‑5271 practice has a pediatric ◊ indicates Nguyen, Dao, Miami, Pg. S-5 specialty. Morcos, Jacques J., Miami, 305‑243‑6190 Herman, Frederick N., Plantation, 954‑476‑9899 Panos, Anthony, Miami, 305‑585‑5271 Pg. S-5 Pg. S-5 Lago, Sr., Charles P., Plantation, 954‑236‑5444 Ricci,ION Marco, Miami, 305‑585‑5271 Pg. S-5 ◊ This listing d SP ECIAL ADVER Nogueras, Juan J., Weston, 954‑659‑5251 ◊ T ISING SECT Morrison, Glenn, Miami, 305‑662‑8386 Names and numbers in RE Scholl, Frank G., Hollywood, 954‑265‑3437 ◊page Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Gottlich, Charles M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Plasencia, Gustavo, Miami, 305‑271‑0300 Rodriguez, Luis A., Hollywood, 954‑265‑1490 Thurer, Richard J., Miami, 305‑585‑5271 Pg.214-824-8721 S-5 979-691-3042 Grayburn, Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Sands, Dana R., Weston, 877‑463‑2010 Sternau, Linda L., MIami Beach, 305‑674‑2950 Williams, DonaldGrodin, B., Miami, 305‑689‑2780 Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-8273 Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Sands, Laurence R., Miami, 305‑243‑9110 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ Stoll, 281-337-1512 Amos W., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑763‑6655 ◊ ThisPg. S-5does not necessarily listing that a Fort doctor is a certified spec Gudimetla,indicate Sreenivas‚ Worth‚ Pg. S-5 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Zorman, Greg, Hollywood, 954‑265‑1490 Names and page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the specified page. ◊ indi 817-252-5000 Weiss, Eric G., Weston,Bailey, 954‑659‑5278 Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 ANESTHESIOLOGY Wexner, Steven D., Weston, Beck,800‑359‑5101 Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Pg.Andrew, S-38

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Surgery,Apaliski, Vascular Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Pg. S-35 Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 Surgery, Orthopaedic Heath, PaulDavid W.‚ Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 listing does not necessarily indicate a doctor is a certified in South the designated field. Harper, Jamesthat D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-2338 Weldon, R.‚ College Station‚ Kang,specialist Steven S., Miami, 305‑668‑1660 This listing d Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚This 281-242-0131 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fortspecialty. Worth‚ 817-315-2 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 Amro, R., West Palm Beach, 561‑434‑6796 Names and page numbers inRena RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile onP.‚ theAustin‚ specified page. indicates doctor’s practice has a pediatric ◊ McMichael, James 512-454-2454 979-691-3042 Lopez‑Viego, Miguel, Boynton Beach, Names and page numbers in RE Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ ALLERGY &Dallas‚ IMMUNOLOGY Surgery, Cosmetic/Reconstructive Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Hernandez, Eduardo A.‚ Houston‚ Azar, Carlos A., Miami, 305‑835‑7300 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ 214-820-3296 Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-827 561‑736‑8200 325-658-1511 Pg. S-35 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Amjad, Ibrahim H., Miami, 305‑267‑8885 ◊ 713-790-9401 Badia, Alejandro, Doral, 305‑227‑4263 Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Palamara, Arthur E., Hollywood, 954‑989‑5533 Cook,954‑987‑8100 Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Hess,Brown, Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊ Barnavon, Yoav, Hollywood, Berkowitz, Bruce M.,Weldon, Plantation, 800‑556‑7846 Puente, Orlando A., Miami, 305‑596‑0600 David R.‚R.‚ College Station‚ Gottlich, Charles Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San SP EC IA L M.‚ A DV E R TISING SEAngelo‚ C TIO N Bailey, Susan Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 High, Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Becker, Hilton, Boca Raton, 561‑394‑6656 Blythe, Stephen E., Coral Gables, 305‑667‑0660 ANESTHESIOLOGY Rua, Ignacio, Miami, 305‑274‑2030 979-691-3042 Grayburn, Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ 325-658-1511 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGYMark D., Miami, Hillis, Leslie D.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4810 Bustillo Lopez, Andres, Coral Gables, ALLERGY & 214-369-3030 IMMUNOLOGY 305‑243‑3000 Pg. S-5 CARDIOLOGY Velazquez, Omaida C.,Cook, Miami, 305‑585‑5284 Wrenn, J.‚T Tyler‚ Grodin, Jerrold M.‚Dallas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚Brown, 210-614-4405 SP Christopher ECIAL ISING903-593-8273 SECT ION Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Pg. S-35 ADVER Hogan, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 305‑663‑3380 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ Burke, 281-337-1512 William V., Fort Lauderdale, 954‑764‑2192 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Pg. S-5 Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Fort Worth‚ Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-23 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 Hollowell, John S.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3400 Fagien, Steven, Boca Raton, 561‑393‑9898 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Cook, Frank, Jupiter,Anderson, 561‑744‑9733 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 817-252-5000 Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-245 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Dickens, D. Dallas‚ Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-820 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Horn, Vernon P.‚ 214-345-6000 Friedman, David W., Weston, Bailey,954‑659‑5000 Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Cooper, Jack S., Coral Gables, 786‑308‑3350 Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚214-820-32 817-315-2 Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 817-421-0770 ANESTHESIOLOGY Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614325-658-1511 Houck, Philip D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Beck, Beach, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Kallman, Brandon E., Miami Eismont, Frank J., Miami, 305‑243‑3000 Pg. S-5 214-826-6044 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Pg. S-38 Andrews, Thomas Dallas‚ Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Urology Fisher, L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490 Cook,Neal Robert D.‚C.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Hurwitz, Jodie L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S-35 305‑673‑6164 Pg. S-35 Enis, Jerry E., Miami, 305‑324‑7900 Paul W.‚ Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 Pg. S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 512-454-5821 817-250-2338 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ Borland, R. Neill, Heath, Jupiter, 561‑748‑9104 Pg. S-38 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚Fernandez, 281-242-0131 This listing d Kelly, Michael E., Miami, 305‑595‑2969 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 Miami, 305‑275‑5677 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Joseph I., McMichael, James Austin‚ 512-454-2454 817-421-0770 This listing Gaetano, does indicate that aPg. doctor is anumbers certified in spec Dickens, D. Lynn‚P.‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ not necessarily Ciancio, Miami, 305‑355‑5111 S-5 Names and713-790-0841 page RE Hust, Robert G.‚ Houston‚ Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ SanFingado, Angelo‚ Brian H., Fort Khouri, Roger K., Miami, 305‑642‑4263 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Lauderdale, Hernandez, Eduardo A.‚ Houston‚ Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ CARDIOLOGY Names and page numbers in Ross RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the A.‚ specified page. ◊ indi Ramsay, A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-3296 Fawcett, IV, Beaumont‚ Dilley, Michael Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Cohen, A., Lake Worth, 561‑964‑0910 Isaac, Michael G.‚William Sherman‚ 903-891-2142 325-658-1511 Levens, David J., Coral Springs, 954‑752‑1020 325-658-1511 954‑958‑4800 713-790-9401 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ This listing does not necessarily indicate a doctor is a certified specialist in the designated field. M.‚ 409-892-7090 ◊ Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Ruiz, Javier‚ Elthat Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Aguilar, Oscar El Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Ghoniem, Gamal M., Weston, 954‑659‑5188 Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ Houston‚ 713-464-6006 Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Mullin, Walter R., Miami, 305‑325‑1441 Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊ Gellman, Harris, Coral936-632-8787 Springs, 954‑575‑8056 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, Elliot and J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Names page numbers in RED BOLDFACE indicate a profile on the page. practice has aA.‚ pediatric specialty. ◊ indicates Fling, John Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚specified Southlake‚ Gomez, Cosmedoctor’s A.,Hess, Miami, 305‑275‑5525 Jayaram, Kiran N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Newman, Martin I., Weston, Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 High, Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Handal, Edgar G., Delray Beach, 561‑276‑3401 Bailey, Steven R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4601 Grant,877‑463‑2010 J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 ◊ Gosalbez, Rafael, Miami, 305‑669‑6448 Johnston, Stephen B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Ramirez, Oscar, Boca Raton, Dickens, D. San Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-820 Hillis, Leslie D.‚ Antonio‚ 210-567-4810 R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hechtman, Keith S.,Baum, Coral Gables, Gross,561‑367‑9101 Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 210-614-3923 ALLERGY IMMUNOLOGY Andrews, Thomas C.‚ & Dallas‚ 214-826-604 CARDIOLOGY Fawcett, IV,786‑268‑6200 William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Gousse, Angelo E., Miramar, 305‑606‑7028 Kao, Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ ◊ Dilley,305‑792‑7575 Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 979-691-3042 Rubinstein, Adam J., Miami, Dilley, Dennis E.‚972-566-4299 San Antonio‚ 210-614Hogan, Patrick J.‚Elliot Houston‚ 713-791-9400 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚Hutson, 214-648-6370 Jr., James J., Miami, 305‑585‑7148 Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 Pg. S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Gottlich, Charles M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Kaufman, Leonard, Lake Worth, 561‑964‑1607 Kar, Biswajit‚ Houston‚ 713-794-7300 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Wrenn, Christopher Tyler‚ 903-593-827 Samson, Michel C., Weston, 954‑659‑5212 Estrada, Victor A.‚J.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490 Hollowell, John S.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3400 Berman, Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ Pg. 512-244-3422 S-5 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-24 Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 979-691-3042 Grayburn, Paul A.‚L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Kawalsky, Darryl Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Kava, Bruce R., Miami, 305‑243‑6090 Pg. S-5 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Schwartz, Richard G., West Palm Beach,Houston‚ Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ ALLERGY & Southlake‚ IMMUNOLOGY Horn, Vernon P.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Hyde, Jonathan A., Miami Beach, 305‑532‑2411 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2 Wrenn, Christopher Tyler‚817-263-3724 903-593-8273 Grodin, Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 ◊ Anderson, Dale‚ FortJ.‚ Worth‚ Pg. S-39 817-421-0770 Krongrad, Arnon, Aventura, 305‑936‑0474 561‑833‑4022 817-421-0770 Houck, Philip D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 210-614-3264 ◊R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Harrison,Susan Lyndall Houston‚281-337-1512 713-442-0000 Andrew, L.‚ F.‚ Dickinson‚ Pg. S-11 Bailey, Susan Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Fort Worth‚ Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Kennedy, Patrick L.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3440 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Labbie, Andrew S., Miami, 305‑669‑6448 ANESTHESIOLOGY Serure, Alan S., Miami, 305‑669‑0184 Pg.J.‚S-11 Fawcett, IV, A.‚ Beaumont‚ Hurwitz, Jodie L.‚William Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Boehrer, JamesElliot D.‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6Stephen Apaliski, Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Javech, Nestor J., Miami, 305‑279‑3784 Beck, Suzanne A.‚Dallas‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚S-35 Round Rock‚ 512-244 936-632-8787 Pg. Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Pg. S-35 817-252-5000 Pg. S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Khan, Hafiza H.‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 ◊ Pg. S-5 Stuzin, James M., Miami, 305‑854‑8828 409-892-7090 ◊ Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Pg. S-38Steven Bogaev, Roberta C.‚ Houston‚ 832-355-3977 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Bailey, Susan Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 This listing d Pg.Azam‚ S-35 Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Jofe, Michael H., Hollywood, 954‑265‑6300 Bailey, R.‚A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-46 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Brown, Lewis Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0 Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 Anwar, Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 Fling, John A.‚R.‚ Fort Worth‚ Klein, Milton S.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-0841 ANESTHESIOLOGY Leveillee, Raymond J., Miami, 305‑243‑4562 Thaller, Seth R., Miami, 305‑243‑4500 Pg. S-5 817-735-2583 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 Harper, D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-23 Hust, Robert G.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Names and page numbers in RE Bucay, Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar214-691-1330 Land‚ 281-242-0131 Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442Kalandiak, Steven P., Miami, 305‑243‑3000 Baum, R.James Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Pg. S-38 Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Koppes, Gerald M.‚ San Antonio‚ Pg. S-5 Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3030 Wolf, Carlos L., Miami,Freeman, 305‑595‑2969 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ McMichael, James P.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-245 Isaac, Michael G.‚ Sherman‚ 903-891-2142 Canales, Mark L.‚Ernest San Antonio‚ Hudelson, 972-539-0086 Pg. S-35 Mary‚ Flower Mound‚Pg. Charlesworth, N.‚ San210-949-0304 Angelo‚ Pg. S-6 S-5 Berk, Martin Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 325-658-1511 Heath, Paul W.‚ R.‚ Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ 210-223-9617 Lynne, Charles M., Miami, 305‑243‑6090 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-2338 Wolfe, S. Anthony, South Miami, 305‑662‑4111 210-614-3923 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-32 Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ 713-464-6006 Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Lewis Robert L.‚Sugar San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Brown, A.‚ Land‚972-566-7576 281-242-0131 325-658-1511 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚214-841-2000 Houston‚ 713-973 Keyes, David B., Miami, 305‑595‑2550 Berman, Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Cook, Robert D.‚Houston‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ Kowal, Robert C.‚ Dallas‚ Pg. S-5 McMichael, James P.‚ 512-454-2454 Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 Ruiz, Javier‚ El Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Jayaram, Kiran N.‚Elliot San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚Austin‚ Austin‚ 512-617-6000 James,J.Larry W.‚ Austin‚ Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚512-331-5118 San409-772-2436 Angelo‚ Cook, Robert D.‚San Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Hovanky, Kim T.‚A.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ Murugesan, Kohn, Marvin A., Lake Worth, 561‑967‑6500 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 Hernandez, Eduardo Houston‚ Bailey, Steven R.‚ Antonio‚ 210-567-4601 Grant, Andrew‚ Galveston‚ Krajcer, Zvonimir‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Manoharan, Miami, 305‑243‑6090 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-3296 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-24 Johnston, Stephen Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Cheirif, Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S-35 325-658-1511 Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Crosby, Bernard Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Hudelson, Mound‚ 972-53 210-614-3264 ◊B.‚ Flower Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Lavernia, Carlos J., Coral Gables, 305‑285‑5085 Dickens, D.Mary‚ Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-820 713-790-9401 Baum, R.Jorge‚ Allen‚ SanL.‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Laird, Sr., W. Penn‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ Ruiz, Javier‚ Paso‚ 915-779-1716 Pg. S-5 ◊ Gross, Gary N.‚Dallas‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 ALLERGY & IMMUNOLOGY Surgery, General Kao, Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-4299 ◊ Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Cook, Robert D.‚Dallas‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Khan, DavidRebecca A.‚ Dickens, D.El Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614 Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 Lebwohl, Nathan H., Miami, 305‑585‑8225 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614Hess, Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊◊ Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, S.‚ 214-645-2800 Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Laird, II, William P.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 Marks, Jeffrey L., Plantation, 954‑587‑7010 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648CARDIOLOGY Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1 Kar, Biswajit‚ Houston‚ 713-794-7300 Corley, Jr., David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Almeida, Jose I., Miami, 305‑854‑1555 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Bogaev, Roberta C.‚ Houston‚ 832-355-397 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 High, S-5 Estrada, Victor A.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-490 Shyla Thomas‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Berman, Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ Pg. 512-244-3422 Lambert, Mark E.‚L.‚ Houston‚ 713-988-9512 Miller, Jeffrey I., Boca Raton, 561‑394‑4500 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460 Kawalsky, Darryl Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 817-252-5000 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ Houston‚ 832-379-8200 ◊ Kray, Kenneth T.‚Houston‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Estrada, Victor SanAntonio‚ Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Augenstein, Jeffrey S., Miami ,Celine‚ 305‑585‑1188 Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-36 Bucay, Moises‚ SanAntonio‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim R.‚ T.‚A.‚Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Leone, Jr., ◊William A., Fort Lauderdale, Hillis, Leslie D.‚ San 210-567-4810 Bloom, Kenneth San Hanson, 832-824-1319 Langsjoen, Peter H.‚ Tyler‚ 903-595-3778 Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 Muruve, Nicolas A., Weston, 954‑659‑5188 CARDIOLOGY Bailey, Susan R.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2 Pg. S-39 Coulter, Stephanie A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-4405 Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 Anderson, Allan L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Pg. S-5 Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Canales, Mark L.‚ SanHouston‚ Antonio‚ 210-949-03 Hudelson, Mary‚ 972-539-0086 Hogan, 817-421-0770 954‑489‑4575 Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 210-614-3264 ◊ Flower Mound‚ Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442-0000 Leachman, D. Richard‚ Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442Nash, Seymour C., Miami Beach, 305‑531‑7671 Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-41 Kennedy, Patrick L.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3440 Aguilar, Oscar M.‚ ElDallas‚ Paso‚ 915-532-4542 Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ Victor San Antonio‚ 210-490-2051 Lange, Elisa B.‚A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ John A., Fort Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 817-421-0770 Burke, III, George W., Estrada, Miami, 305‑355‑5111 Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San512-901-4001 Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Hollowell, Fawcett, IV,S.‚ William A.‚ Beaumont‚ Boehrer, James D.‚ 214-688-0228 John Plano‚ 469-326-3400 McAuliffe, Lauderdale, Pg. S-6 713-790-9401 S-6 Puig,ION Robert A., Miami, 305‑275‑5525 SP ECIAL ADVER TA.‚ ISING SECT Pg. S-35 Khan, Hafiza H.‚Edward Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Anderson, Allan L.‚ 254-724-6036 Das, Tony S.‚ 214-369-3613 Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9198 Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-604 Fawcett, IV,Dallas‚ William Beaumont‚ Pg. S-5 Kray, Kenneth T.‚◊ Kingwood‚ 281-358-67 Chafizadeh, R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-60 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 409-892-7090 Bogaev, Roberta C.‚Temple‚ Houston‚ 832-355-3977 Horn, Vernon P.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Southlake‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 954‑764‑2192 Leatherman, George F.‚ Longview‚ Hoffman, S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973 Razdan, Sanjay, Miami, 305‑251‑8650 Brown, Lewis A.‚ Land‚ 281-242-0 Klein, Milton S.‚Leonard Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Anderson, Dale‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-263-3724 Dehmer, Gregory J.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6782 817-421-0770 Leon, Rene A.‚T.‚ Southlake‚ Pg. S-33 409-892-7090 ◊Antonio‚ Laham, Michel N.‚Sugar San Antonio‚ 210-226 Byers, Patricia M., Miami, 305‑243‑2424 Pg. S-5 817-421-0770 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 Bucay, Moises‚ San 210-614-5400 Houck, Philip D.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6036 Hovanky, Kim Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 903-757-5804 Meadows, Steve E., Delray Beach, 561‑496‑6622 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868Rosen, Evan◊G., Jupiter, 561‑743‑5580 Charlesworth, Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ Koppes, Gerald M.‚ San Antonio‚ Andrews, Thomas C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Denfield, Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5682 IV,Mary‚ William Beaumont‚ Lieberman, Allen K.‚A.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-7635 Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg.◊◊ S Fling, A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Lange, Elisa B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 Carrillo‑Sanchez, EddyFawcett, H., Hollywood, Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, John David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Canales, Mark L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-0304 Hurwitz, Jodie L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Hudelson, Flower Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Lemler, Matthew S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-456-6333 Meli, III, Paul I., Ft Lauderdale, 954‑771‑8177 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-53 Sandman, Yekutiel, Miami, 305‑275‑5525 325-658-1511 210-223-9617 Pg. S-33 409-892-7090 ◊ Deville, J. Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Lumry, William R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-7374 Ayres, Nancy A.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Lanier, Q.‚ Worth‚ 954‑985‑5969 Corley, Jr.,Bobby David D.‚ Fort Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9 Kline, Glenn M.‚ B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 210-614-3923 Pg. S-38 Carry, Melissa Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Levin, Charles B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Mnaymneh, Walid A., Miami, 305‑575‑7000 Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614 Soloway, Mark S., Miami, 305‑243‑6090 Pg. S-5 Cook, Robert D.‚ Austin‚ 512-467-0978 Kowal, Robert C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Anwar, Azam‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 Pg. S-33 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-2583 Donovan, Daniel J.‚ Antonio‚281-358-6788 Mamlok, Robert Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ Lufkin‚ Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Colletta, Joseph A., Boca Raton, 561‑395‑2626 817-252-5000 Kray, Kenneth T.‚San Kingwood‚ Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 Hust, Robert G.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-0841 Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-6000 James, Larry W.‚J.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Liao, Robert‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Orbay‑Cerrato, L., Miami, 305‑667‑8686 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Crosby, Bernard L.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-582 Tripp, Benjamin M., Delray Beach, 561‑499‑8048 Krajcer, Zvonimir‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Ayres, Nancy A.‚Elliot Houston‚ 832-826-5600 ◊ Freeman, M.‚ Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Mansfield,Theodore LyndonA.‚ E.‚ ElSan Paso‚ 915-532-2663 Jorge 936-632-8787 Pg.A.‚ S-35 Ginchansky, J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 Lieberman, Allen K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-76 Pg. S-7 Coulter, Stephanie Houston‚ 713-790-9 Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-24 Isaac, Michael G.‚ Sherman‚ 903-891-2142 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S-35 Kennerly, Donald Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Lister, George‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-3563 ◊ ◊ Paley, Dror, West Palm Beach,Mark 561‑844‑5255 Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-36 Dickens, D. Lynn‚ 832-379-820 Yogel, Louis Lauderdale, 954‑463‑6408 Laird, Sr., Steven W.Stuart‚ Penn‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 210-614-3923 Bachireddy, Ravinder R.‚ ◊ Lufkin‚ Drazner, H.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544 Marcoux, Jean Houston‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ Bailey, R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-46 Grant, J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Lumry, William R.‚Houston‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-737 DerHagopian, Robert P., Miami, 786‑662‑4775 Damore, Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, Elisa B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ R., Fort Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Jacobson, Stuart A.‚ Houston‚ 713-464-6006 Cook, Patrick J.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, David A.‚G.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Liu, Jean (John) H.‚ San Antonio‚ Pitcher, John D., Miami, 305‑243‑3000 Pg. S-5 Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Dilley, Dennis E.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614Yore, Lawrence M., Delray, 561‑496‑4444 936-632-8787 Pg. S-35 Laird, II, William P.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7576 D’Souza, Denzil G.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-338-1300 Martin, Bruce G.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-616-0690 Baum, R. Allen‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Gross, Gary N.‚Q.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Mamlok, J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4 Das, Tony S.‚Robert Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gonzalez, Anthony M., Kline, Miami,Glenn 305‑271‑9777 Lanier, Bobby Fort 817-731-9198 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648Jayaram, Kiran N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-540 Corley, Jr., David Fort Worth‚ Worth‚ B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 210-490-6000 Press, Jeffrey A.,necessarily Boynton Beach, 561‑733‑5888 Kline, Glenn B.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 This listing does not indicate thatD.‚ a doctor is a certified specialist in the designated field. Estrada, Victor A.‚ San 210-490 Bailey, Steven R.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4601 Lambert, Mark E.‚ Houston‚ 713-988-9512 J. Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-2436 Duchman, Stanley M.‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4848 McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ Berk, Martin R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚Angelo‚ ElAntonio‚ Paso‚ 915-532Dehmer, Gregory J.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-678 Jacobs, Moises, Miami,Grant, 305‑256‑5030 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244 817-252-5000 Johnston, Stephen B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788 Marsh, Jr., Denver C.‚ San Robinson, P., Miami, 305‑243‑3000 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-67 Names and page numbers in REDRaymond BOLDFACE indicate aAllen‚ profile on the specified page. practice has a H.‚ pediatric specialty. ◊ indicates doctor’s Fawcett, Deborah D.‚ Southlake‚ Baum, R.John San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Langsjoen, Peter Tyler‚ 903-595-3778 Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Durand, L.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 956-425-9240 Berman, Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 Marcoux, Jean G.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-00 Denfield, Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-568 Koniaris, Leonidas G.,Gross, Miami, 305‑243‑4902 Lieberman, Allen K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-7635 Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 Coulter, Stephanie A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Kao, Jane M.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-4299 ◊210-226 325-655-2200 Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ Pg. 210-226-3500 S-5 Laham, Michel N.‚ SanAntonio‚ Antonio‚ 817-421-0770 Berk, Martin R.‚W.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-6370 Leachman, Richard‚ Houston‚ Eades, Thomas San Antonio‚ Moore, Elisa Gerald Plano‚ 972-867-1600 Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 Martin, G.‚ 210-616Deville, J.D.Bruce Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Lumry, William R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-7374◊ Pg. S-5 Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Kar, Biswajit‚ Houston‚ 713-794-7300 Martinez-Arraras, Joaquin‚ Amarillo‚ Lange, B.‚C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ Lange, Elisa B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ Saker, Anthony, Boca Raton, 561‑939‑0800 Fawcett, IV, William A.‚ Beaumont‚ 713-790-9401 Berman, Philip L.‚ Houston‚ 713-861-2424 Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244-3422 210-225-4566 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 210-614-3264 ◊J.‚ Harrison, Lyndall F.‚Lubbock‚ Houston‚806-795-4391 713-442-0000 Kawalsky, McKenna, William R.‚ Antonio‚ Harlingen‚ Donovan, Daniel San Mamlok, Lee, Seong K., Hollywood, 954‑265‑5969 Pg. S-6 806-358-4596 Pg. S-39 Das, Tony305‑595‑2550 S.‚Robert Dallas‚J.‚214-369-3613 Darryl L.‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9198 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9 Sandrow, Richard E., Miami, 409-892-7090 ◊ Leatherman, George F.‚ Longview‚ Bloom, Kenneth R.‚ San Antonio‚ Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 ◊ East, Cara‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Olmstead, S. Mark‚ Garland‚ 972-463-3406 Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Pg. S-6 Weldon, David R.‚ College Station‚ Gottlich, Charles M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 956-425-9240 210-614-5400 Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532-2663 Levi, Joe U., Miami, 305‑243‑4211 Pg. S-5 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚ Houston‚ 713-973 Pg. S-39 Massin, Edward K.‚ Houston‚ 713-796-2668 Gregory J.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-6782 Leon, Rene A.‚ Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Leon, Rene Southlake‚ 817-421-0770 Selesnick, F. Harlan,Dehmer, Coral Gables, 786‑308‑3350 Fling, John A.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-735-258 903-757-5804 210-614-3264 ◊ G.‚ Houston‚ Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ 713-442-0000 Edmonson, Jr., Robert Dallas‚ Peters, Edward J.‚K.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Bogaev, Roberta C.‚ Houston‚ 832-355-397 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚E.‚Houston‚ 713-973-0051 979-691-3042 Paul A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Moore, Gerald C.‚ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 Drazner, Mark H.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544 Marcoux, Jean 713-973-0051 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868Mesko, Thomas W., Miami Beach, 305‑674‑2397 Kennedy, Patrick L.‚ Plano‚ 469-326-3440 Massumi, Ali‚ Houston‚ 713-529-5530 Susan W.‚ Houston‚ 832-826-5682 ◊◊ Grayburn, Lieberman, Allen Austin‚ 512-345-7635 ALLERGY & Houston‚ IMMUNOLOGY Lieberman, Allen K.‚ Austin‚ 512-345-76 Steinlauf, Steven D.,Denfield, Hollywood, 954‑961‑3500 Freeman, Theodore M.‚ San Antonio‚ Boehrer, James D.‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Lemler, Matthew S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-456-6333 ◊ Pg. S-6 214-948-2707 Peters, Kurt R.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 ◊ Bucay, Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Wrenn, Christopher J.‚ Tyler‚ 903-593-8273 Grodin, Jerrold M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 D’Souza, Denzil G.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-338-13 Martin, Bruce G.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-616-0690 Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower Mound‚ 972-53 Moffat, Frederick L., Miami, 305‑243‑4902 Khan, Hafiza H.‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 May, Lumry, David C.‚ Lewisville‚ 972-434-1988 Deville, J. Brian‚ Plano‚ 972-964-0363 Lumry, William R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-7374 Andrew, Susan L.‚ Dickinson‚ 281-337-1512 William R.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-737 210-614-3923 Stone, Ross G., Atlantis, 561‑965‑5700 Bogaev, Roberta Houston‚ 832-355-3977 Levin, Charles B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-369-3613 Hoffman, Leonard S.‚The Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Eichhorn, Eric J.‚C.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7733 Quintero, Enrique T.‚ Woodlands‚ Canales, Mark L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-03 Hudelson, Mary‚ Mound‚ 972-539-0086 Gudimetla, Sreenivas‚ Fort Worth‚ Olmstead, S. Mark‚ Garland‚ 972-463-34 Duchman, Stanley M.‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4 McKenna, William R.‚ Antonio‚ Harlingen‚ Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614 Pg. S-5 Klein, Milton S.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-0841 McBride, Kenneth W.‚ Fort Worth‚ Donovan, Daniel J.‚ Flower San Mamlok, Robert J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4391 Apaliski, Stephen J.‚ Arlington‚ 817-460-7447 Mamlok, Robert J.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-795-4 Ginchansky, Elliot J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7 ◊ Antonio‚ Stricker, Stephen J.,Bucay, Miami, 305‑585‑5881 Moises‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-5400 Liao, Robert‚ Dallas‚ 214-688-0228 Hovanky, Kim T.‚ Georgetown‚ 512-868-6673 Erwin, III, John P.‚ L.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2111 281-364-1001 Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Jacobs, Robert San 210-614-3923 Koppes, 817-252-5000 Peters, Edward J.‚ Austin‚ 512-454-5821 Durand, John L.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 956-425-9240 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Namias, Nicholas, Miami, 305‑585‑1822 Pg. S-5 210-614-5400 817-252-5000 Gerald M.‚ San Antonio‚ Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ Worth‚ El Mound‚ Paso‚817-315-2550 915-532-2663 Bailey, Susan R.‚A.‚ Fort Mansfield, Lyndon E.‚ El Paso‚ 915-532Grant, J.Kurt Andrew‚ Galveston‚ 409-772-24 Canales, Mark L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-949-0304 Lister, George‚ Dallas‚ 214-648-3563 ◊ Hudelson, Mary‚ Flower 972-539-0086 Falcone, M. Wayne‚ Woodway‚ 254-399-5400 Swirsky, Stephen, Miami, 305‑662‑8366 ◊ Ramirez, Daniel San Antonio‚ Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚ Austin‚ 512-617-60 James, Larry W.‚ Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Harper, John F.‚ Dallas‚ 214-345-6000 Peters, R.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 ANESTHESIOLOGY Eades, Thomas W.‚ San Antonio‚ Moore, Gerald C.‚ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-36 210-223-9617 Drazner, Mark H.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-7544 McCall, David‚ San Antonio‚ 210-567-4600 Marcoux, Jean G.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-0051 ◊ Beck, Suzanne A.‚ Lubbock‚ 806-799-4192 Marcoux, Jean G.‚ Houston‚ 713-973-00 Gross, Gary N.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Carry, Melissa M.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Liu, Jean (John) H.‚ San Antonio‚ Jacobs, Robert L.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-614-3923 Farmer, John A.‚ Houston‚ 713-798-2352 210-614-3923 Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg. S Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Pg. S-38 Quintero, Enrique T.‚ The Woodlands‚ 210-225-4566 Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Fisher, Neal L.‚ Dallas‚ Kowal, Robert C.‚ Dallas‚ 214-841-2000 D’Souza, Denzil G.‚ Fort214-369-3030 Worth‚ 817-338-1300 McNamara, Brian T.‚ Fort Worth‚ Martin, Bruce G.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-616-0690 Pg. S-35 Martin, Bruce G.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-616Gruchalla, Rebecca S.‚ Dallas‚ 214-648210-490-6000 Chafizadeh, Edward R.‚Garland‚ Austin‚ 512-617-6000 James, W.‚J.‚Austin‚ 512-331-5118 Feghali, Sayed F.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0200 Rogers,Larry Robert Fort Worth‚ 817-315-2550 Cook, Patrick J.‚B.‚ Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, David Dallas‚ 214-645-2800 Heath, Paul W.‚ Corpus Christi‚ 361-883-3962 281-364-1001 East, Cara‚ Dallas‚ 214-826-6044 Olmstead, S.A.‚ Mark‚ 972-463-3406 Kline, Glenn Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Harper, James D.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-250-2338 817-338-1300 Krajcer, Zvonimir‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9401 Duchman, Stanley M.‚ Houston‚ 281-890-4848 McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ Brown, Lewis A.‚ Sugar Land‚ 281-242-0131 McKenna, William R.‚ Harlingen‚ Hallett, Jeffrey S.‚ Round Rock‚ 512-244 Marsh, Jr.,Jr., Denver C.‚ San Angelo‚ Cheirif, Jorge‚ Dallas‚ 214-361-3300 Pg.◊S-35 Kennerly, Donald A.‚ Dallas‚ 214-265-3621 Finnigan, Patrick‚ Austin‚ 512-454-1110 Ruff, Michael E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Corley, David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Kline, Glenn B.‚Fort Houston‚ 713-973-0051 Hecht, Phillip J.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-481-9629 Ramirez, Daniel A.‚ San Antonio‚ Edmonson, Jr., Robert E.‚ Dallas‚ Peters, Edward J.‚ 512-454-5821 S-10 cityandshore.com process on page s-1 su p erd octors.com Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-67 McMichael, James P.‚Austin‚ Austin‚ 512-454-2454 Meidell, Robert S.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-252-5000 Durand, John L.‚ Worth‚ 817-252-5000 Laird, Sr., W. Penn‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ 956-425-9240Ernest N.‚ San Angelo‚ see selection Charlesworth, 956-425-9240 Hanson, Celine‚ Houston‚ 832-824-1319 325-655-2200 Cook, Patrick Houston‚ 713-526-5511 Khan, David A.‚ Dallas‚ Fish, R. David‚ Houston‚ 713-791-9400 Shirley, L. Reed‚ Sugar 214-645-2800 Land‚ 281-242-0131 Kray, Kenneth T.‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788 Hernandez, Eduardo A.‚ Houston‚ 210-614-3923 214-948-2707 Peters, KurtJ.‚ R.‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 ◊ Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226 Ramsay, Michael A.E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-820-3296 Mild,817-252-5000 Charles F.‚ Harlingen‚ 956-421-5064 Eades, Thomas W.‚ San Antonio‚ Laird, II, William P.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-8700 ◊ Moore, Gerald C.‚ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 325-658-1511 Moore, Gerald C.‚ Plano‚ 972-867-1600 Harrison, Lyndall F.‚ Houston‚ 713-442Martinez-Arraras, Joaquin‚ Amarillo‚ Corley, Jr., David D.‚ Fort Worth‚ Kline, B.‚ F.‚ Houston‚ Franklin, Jay O.‚ Dallas‚ 214-824-8721 Smith,Glenn Thomas Austin‚ 713-973-0051 512-901-4002 Coulter, Stephanie A.‚ Houston‚ 713-790-9 Laham, Michel N.‚ San Antonio‚ 210-226-3500 713-790-9401 Rogers, Robert J.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-315Eichhorn, Eric J.‚ Dallas‚ 972-566-7733 Quintero, The Woodlands‚ Lange, Elisa B.‚ Dallas‚817-684-9970 214-373-1773 ◊ Ruiz, Javier‚ Enrique El Paso‚T.‚ 915-779-1716 210-225-4566 Miller, Andrew H.‚ Bedford‚ Lambert, Mark E.‚ Houston‚ 713-988-9512 Moore,Robert Kristin‚ Houston‚512-467-0978 713-797-0045 Cook, D.‚ Moore, Kristin‚ Houston‚ 713-797-0045 Pg. S-6 806-358-4596 Pg. S-39 817-252-5000 Kray, Kenneth T.‚Austin‚ Kingwood‚ 281-358-6788 Freeman, Gregory L.‚ San Antonio‚ Somerville, Laura L.‚ Baytown‚ 281-425-9313 Damore, Stuart‚ Austin‚ 512-901-4001 Lange, Elisa B.‚ Dallas‚ 214-373-1773 ◊ Hess, Susan L.‚ Grapevine‚ 817-310-3683 ◊ Ruff, Michael E.‚ Dallas‚ 214-691-1330 Erwin, III, John P.‚ Temple‚ 254-724-2111 281-364-1001 Lanier, Bobby Q.‚ Fort Worth‚ 817-731-9

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Jonathan A. hyde

SOuTh FLORIDA SPInE InSTITuTE

OPhThALMOLOGy COnSuLTAnTS ThE CEnTER FOR LASIK

500 University Boulevard Suite 211 Jupiter, FL 33458 Tel: 561-627-3336 Fax: 561-627-3337

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gailitis@bellsouth.net www.bestvision.com • Pulmonary Medicine

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dr. rogelio choy is former assistant professor at Mount sinai Hospital in new York and medical director of cardiopulmonary at st. Mary’s Hospital in West palm Beach. He also is former medical director of the respiratory therapy program at palm Beach community college. dr. choy was chief of medicine at Jupiter Medical center in the late 1980s and chairman of several committees at Jupiter and palm Beach gardens Medical centers. For several years, Miami and Jupiter magazines have named him Best physician in pulmonology. He’s also been named one of america’s top doctors and physician of the Year at Jupiter Medical center (2005). presently, dr. choy is in private practice in pulmonary diseases and sleep disorders.

dr. raymond gailitis is one of the top lasiK specialists in south Florida. He has taught many doctors locally and internationally in his specialty. He was the first surgeon in the region to be certified by the prestigious council for refractive surgery Quality assurance. dr. gailitis also received the alcon centurion surgeon award for demonstrating exceptional outcomes with lasiK eye surgery. in addition, dr. gailitis has served as principal investigator in a multicenter Fda study. His practice, the center for lasiK, is dedicated to providing the most state-of-the-art technology in a caring and friendly environment.

orthopaedic surgeon dr. Jonathan a. Hyde is affiliated with FiU Herbert Wertheim college of Medicine and has expertise in the surgical treatment of all neck and back disorders. as a world-renowned pioneer in minimally invasive spinal surgery, he presents articles, publications, and speaks to national and international audiences. dr. Hyde takes a conservative approach in the management of spinal disorders. He is spine consultant to the Miami city Ballet and member of the american academy of orthopaedic surgeons, the north american spine society, the society for Minimally invasive spine surgery, and the Florida orthopaedic society.

nathan E. nachlas, MD, FACS

FACIAL PLASTIC AnD RECOnSTRuCTIvE SuRGERy ADvAnCED SuRGERy OF ThE nOSE AnD SInuSES ThE BOCA CLInIC

1601 Clint Moore Road, Suite 170 Boca Raton, FL 33487 Tel: 561-939-0900

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dr. nathan nachlas thanks the producers of this designation and his patients and staff who have made the past 25 years of practice extremely rewarding. dr. nachlas is one of a small subset of physicians nationwide who are board-certified by both the american Board of Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and the american Board of otolaryngology. dr. nachlas earned his bachelor of science and master of science degrees in molecular biophysics and biochemistry at Yale University and his doctor of medicine degree from the University of chicago. He trained in head and neck surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital before his facial plastic surgery training in Beverly Hills. dr. nachlas subspecializes in advanced surgery of the nose and sinuses.

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Richard S. Prager

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dr. Moshe peress is the medical director of Boca Fertility in Boca raton, Florida. He is a pioneer in reproductive medicine and has been in practice since 1982. He received his board certification in oB/gYn in 1986. dr. peress is the first reproductive endocrinologist in palm Beach county to perform ivF procedures. Boca Fertility’s first ivF baby was born in 1987. Boca Fertility is proud of its high pregnancy rates and live birth rates. dr. peress specializes in helping people create families, offering donor egg, gestational surrogacy, pgd, icsi and other innovative fertility treatments. dr. peress offers his expertise and advanced surgical skills in correcting endometriosis and removal of fibroids. He also specializes in reproductive robotic surgery.

dr. richard prager is board-certified in pulmonary, critical care, and internal medicine. He has practiced in south Florida for the past 27 years. He is one of the top 25 innovators of Health imaging and it and has created an iphone app (act tool) for physicians to manage acetaminophen (tylenol) poisoning. He is the medical director of the intensive care Unit at Jackson south community Hospital and is intimately involved in the care of critically ill patients and is responsible for all aspects of their care. He also has a private practice devoted to pulmonary and sleep medicine.

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dr. alan serure completed his fellowship in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Baylor college of Medicine. He has maintained an exclusive cosmetic surgery practice in Miami since 1985. personal treatment and individual attention are the hallmarks of his international reputation. dr. serure is a fellow at the american college of surgeons and a member of the american society of plastic surgeons and the american society for aesthetic plastic surgery. He has been chief of surgery and chief of plastic surgery at south Miami Hospital. dr. serure is a member of the voluntary Faculty at the University of Miami Miller school of Medicine. His long-standing commitment to excellence has earned him numerous honors.

dr. leondard simon is board-certified in pulmonary, critical care, and internal medicine. He has a practice devoted to pulmonary, intensive care, and sleep medicine. He is bilingual and is a part of the intensive care Unit team at Jackson south community Hospital. His pulmonary practice is devoted to patients with acute asthma, chronic lung disorders, and sleep disturbances. He is known for his personal bedside manner. He intuitively knows that sick patients require frequent monitoring and aggressive intervention if the outcome is to be improved, which he compassionately provides and directs in this rapidly evolving health care system.

dr. augusto villa is chief of interventional cardiology and director of the vascular and vein clinic at the palm Beach cardiovascular clinic. He is board-certified in cardiovascular diseases, interventional cardiology, internal medicine, and endovascular medicine. He is a Fellow of the american college of cardiology and the society for cardiovascular angiography and interventions. dr. villa moved to the palm Beaches 15 years ago from cleveland, ohio, where he received training in interventional cardiology at the world-renowned cleveland clinic, after receiving his medical education at the Universidad cayetano Heredia in peru and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. He is on staff at palm Beach gardens, Jupiter, and good samaritan Hospitals.

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A SPLASH OF COLOR

South Florida is a palette of colors. Electric ocean blue. Sunshine yellow. Swimming pool violet. Sunset pink. So why are so many of our homes … beige? Meet some interior design revolutionaries determined to color our world. BY CHARLYNE VARKONYI SCHAUB

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More South Florida designers are spinning the color wheel – from subtle yellow tint on the walls to furniture upholstered in shocking pink and bright turquoise. Some of their choices may not be safe, but they are cheerful, interesting and compatible with our bright sunshine, brilliant blue skies and beautiful water views. John Barman, a designer with offices in New York and Miami Beach who was named one of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 designers and architects in the world, says he likes to design rooms that “have an exciting edge and are infused with color.” Color, he adds, can make people happy.

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ver the past 12 months, a flavorful buzz has been in the air in Broward and Palm Beach counties. While the tenuous economic climate of the past few years has forced many South Florida restaurants to quietly close their doors, 2011 saw the launch of some very exciting eateries. Notably, the trend is towards farm-to-table, organic, local and sustainable fare, served within the high-end ambience expected of restaurants here. Top chefs also have entered the ring, no longer simply lending their name but stepping behind the line to create menus and wow clientele. With so much competition, new restaurants know that they need to stand out; it’s no longer an option to open a flashy spot to much fanfare and serve outrageously priced (but mediocre) food to the seasonal crowd. South Floridians are savvy and well traveled — and they aren’t afraid to pay — but they want their food to be exceptional and the ambiance to be noteworthy. Congratulations to the five that make this list and to the accompanying list of honorable mentions. Rated for their food quality, menu diversity, ambience and staying power, these restaurants are poised to elevate the gastronomic experience in South Florida to the next level.

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Moving into her own apartment, she got a job at a coffee rew Barrymore’s name flashes across ABC’s Charlie’s Angels trailer like an shop – failing miserably, she says – and soon started going on imprimatur. The star and producer of auditions. She took on smaller roles for a time but eventually the Charlie’s Angels films is not the only scored leading-lady billing in films such as The Wedding Singer executive producer of this new, Miami-based rendition – and Ever After. To date her 40 films have earned more than $1.5 the list includes ’70s TV series honcho Leonard Goldberg. billion at the box office. Her most lauded performance has been However, it’s Barrymore’s name that is pop culture gold. her eerily realistic portrayal of Little Edie, a reclusive socialite She is a respected producer, budding director, glamorous who lived with her mother in a crumbling East Hampton estate, cover model, talk-show darling, much-beloved actress, in the 2009 HBO film Grey Gardens. It earned her a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy nomination. Hollywood royalty and still the girl next door. In 1995, at only age 20, she joined forces with Nancy Tenaciously optimistic is how Steven Spielberg has described her. She was his pig-tailed Gertie in E.T., who Juvonen to create Flower Films, which has grossed nearly confided her secrets to the extraterrestrial puppet off- $900 million. Flower productions have included the Charlie’s camera. “She had really the kind of imagination that not Angels films, Never Been Kissed, 50 First Dates and Whip only invited E.T. into a reality within herself, but it invited It, Barrymore’s directorial debut, which ushered in a new all of us to believe that what Drew was seeing was true,” phase in her career. She recently directed the MTV music video Our Deal, he said on 60 Minutes. Somehow, she has managed to preserve that open, for the California indie rock trio Best Coast, featuring a cast engaging, ingenuous nature for 30 years, even as she has of teen stars in a rival-gang, star-crossed lovers tale. The project came about in a typical Drew way, when she met the become one of the most successful stars in Hollywood. “What Drew brings to everything she does is a great spirit,” band backstage after a Los Angeles show. “We were like, says Al Gough, producer with Miles Millar of the new Charlie’s ‘Okay, how can we work together?’ ” Best Coast’s Bethany Angels reboot. “She has a wonderful, infectious spirit.” Cosentino told Rolling Stone. In another project aimed at a youthful demographic, Although she is not involved in the day-to-day production of the Miami-based TV series (premiering 8 p.m. Sept. 22), Barrymore also has signed on to produce and direct Heist Gough does not rule out the possibility that Barrymore could Society. Based on the young-adult thriller novel by Ally Carter, play a guest star or guest director role down the line, if it’s about a young woman who comes from a family of thieves her busy schedule allows. She was involved in the show’s tasked with stealing back a mobster’s missing art collection to clear her father. development including the casting process, he says. Before Heist she directs How to Be Single, expected in “She is a real producer. It’s not a vanity thing for her,” Gough says. “She does the job; she’ll make the calls. With the actors, 2012, which explores the lives and loves of a group of New when you’re convincing somebody to move from California to Yorkers over a 10-year period, a subject she knows well. Florida for potentially a long period of time, she can speak to “Love is never gonna be a tired subject,” Barrymore, 36, told them as an actress and explain how a show like this can be a Entertainment Weekly. “Being single, this one definitely speaks to me, and I’ve explored it a lot in the last year and a career changer for them.” Barrymore’s own career is in high gear, featuring a slate half. I’m at that age where I’m sort of straddling a great line of production, direction, acting and modeling projects, but right now, and I can see both sides very well.” Barrymore has a tight-knit group of longtime friends – she has worked hard to get there. Her difficult days are part of her lore, and her strength. Born in 1975 into the Barrymore her self-made family – many of whom work alongside her. acting dynasty, she also suffered under the family curse of However, her romantic loves have had shorter runs. She had two brief marriages, to club owner Jeremy Thomas addiction, which she detailed in a 1990 autobiography Little Girl Lost. Her father, John, was mostly absent, trapped in and comedian Tom Green. She dated The Strokes’ drummer substance abuse. Her busy mother, Jaid, who served as Fabrizio Moretti for five years, and she had an on-and-off her manager, provided little supervision and often went to relationship with Justin Long, her co-star in He’s Just Not That clubs with her very young daughter. Drew has described her Into You and Going the Distance. The pair was spotted in South upbringing as a hippie/flower-child existence, and she looks Florida a couple times during their romance. In March 2008 People reported them walking along Miami Beach near the back on it philosophically. “I was raised in unique and trying environments, but Delano Hotel, seeming very much in love. A year later they they were also amazing platforms for me to have an were photographed here at a Marlins/Yankees game, with extraordinary life,” she recently told ELLE magazine. Barrymore dressed head-to-toe in Marlins wear, complete with “Going through hell as a kid made me sensitive to what tie-dye leggings, a plastic shark hat and face paint. Recently, she has been linked to Will Kopelman, son of former Chanel others in this world go through too.” Both her parents were actors, as was her grandfather, John CEO Arie Kopelman. No longer looking for someone to supply her with the fairy Barrymore, his siblings, Lionel and Ethel, and many of their predecessors, going back centuries. Drew exercised the family tale, Barrymore says she is working to make her dreams birthright at a young age. At 6 she was playing Gertie in E.T. come true. Her life is full with other priorities. In addition to At 9 she had her first drink. At 10 she was nominated for a her production and direction projects, she is a spokesmodel Golden Globe for Irreconcilable Differences. At 11 she smoked for CoverGirl, and in February she stars in Everybody Loves marijuana. At 12 she used cocaine. At 13 she entered rehab. At Whales, a romantic drama about the 1988 effort to rescue 14 she attempted suicide. At 15, with her career flagging, she gray whales trapped under ice in the Arctic Circle. She is also focused on philanthropy. An ambassador for the United legally emancipated from her parents.


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Nation’s World Food Programme, she has donated more than $1 million to the cause. In 2009 she co-founded the Drew Barrymore Education Project to supply borehole wells, food and a new school for two rural communities there. She has traveled to Kenya several times to assess needs and progress. Barrymore sees travel as the best form of education, and she has spoken about visits to India to explore spirituality, including a trip she made alone last year. She told David Letterman about the impact of the journey and keeping its lessons alive day to day. “I’ve been reading and writing. I’ve been keeping up my meditations…I learned certain prayers that you can practice – just to pray and think about your friends and think about what you have…and never lose sight of that. I have been able to bring it with me.” Of course, her Late Night performance was also filled with laughter and fun – though perhaps not quite as much fun as her infamous 1995 visit when she jumped up on Letterman’s desk and flashed the startled host on his birthday. That wild, unpredictable Drew seems to have mellowed somewhat. She has spoken in the last several years about becoming a woman. In a fall photo shoot for Neiman Marcus, Drew the woman is in full bloom. Shot by photographer Norman Jean Roy, the images capture Barrymore’s classic beauty as she models designer fashions. “We felt that Drew Barrymore possessed not only the pedigree and glamour of old Hollywood, but also the confidence and spirit of the modern-day woman,” says Eddie Nunns, Vice President of Neiman Marcus Brand Creative. True to form, Barrymore was very involved in the creative process, he says, down to the styling of her lush auburn tresses. Still, as she graces the high-fashion designs of Gucci and Pucci and Prada, one cannot help but imagine the free-spirited, flowerchild Drew hiding somewhere beneath, perhaps wearing tie-dye leggings...and pig-tails in her hair.


CHARLIE’S ANGELS TROPICALE Producers infuse new ABC show with vibrant South Florida flavor

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iami is hotter than L.A., say Charlie’s Angels reboot producers/writers Al Gough and Miles Millar, and they are not just talking temperatures. Thus, their three new Angels and a buff new Bosley will be solving crimes against a backdrop of Miami Beach high-rises, Atlantic Ocean cruise ships and South Beach cafes. Creators and executive producers of WB’s young Superman series Smallville, Millar and Gough also have writing credits on Spiderman 2, Lethal Weapon 4 and Shanghai Noon, among others. Plus, they have experience producing a show in South Florida – another young superhero pilot, Aquaman, which never made it to television. We caught up with the prolific and personable duo recently to talk about their take on Charlie’s Angels, their affinity for the hot South Florida vibe, and the joys and challenges of shooting in the subtropics. ABC’s Charlie’s Angels airs 8 p.m. Thursdays beginning Sept. 22.

Gough: What we have in this version of the show, which has been in every version, is that great female camaraderie, that idealized friendship. Millar: These characters are real. Their emotions will show that people get hurt in this world, people die in this world. The DNA of the show is the same. It’s still going to be fun and escapist, a blue-sky TV show – and fashion [plays a big role]. But it’s a grounded and credible world, which is a departure from previous versions… And Bosley is not a middle-aged valet. He’s very much the fourth Angel. He’s young, [he’s Latino], he’s very handsome and he gets into the cases as much as the Angels do. Gough: We describe the show as if Jack Bauer and Carrie Bradshaw had a love child, it would be this Charlie’s Angels. Can you share some of your settings? Millar: We have a show set on a cruise liner. We have a show set in Cuba…We’ll have the Angels on airboats, Jet Skis, a cigarette boat. We want it to feel uniquely Floridian and uniquely Miami. Gough: We have the Angels stopping pirates who are taking over a yacht, and we’re in a polo match. We shoot a big party scene on Star Island. Any hints about surprises in the storylines?

Al Gough and Miles Millar

Why are your Angels in South Florida instead of L.A? Gough: L.A. didn’t seem as glamorous or sexy…maybe because we live here. Miami is a very glamorous city. It’s an American city, but it feels very international. We love how people dress up to go out there. It seems to be a city of extremes…the perfect setting for this version of Charlie’s Angels. How important were Florida’s tax incentives in bringing the show here?

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Gough: We creatively had set the show in Miami…and when it came time to actually make the pilot, [the question was] do we shoot in Miami or do we shoot in Los Angeles for Miami? The tax incentive definitely played a big role as to why we are shooting the show in Miami. Millar: We felt very strongly that the show would visually be much more instinctive and distinctive if we shot on location in Miami. The light’s very different, the location’s very different. It feels so tropical and lush.

Gough: The whole vibe of the place would be hard to capture using somewhere else masking for Miami. Any challenges to shooting here? Millar: [Laughing] The challenges are the heat, and we’re on storm watch now… Shooting on South Beach is very difficult, in terms of the level of noise. We shot a sequence in a café on Ocean Drive, and we had to replace all the sound after the fact. There was just so much ambient noise and music. The party doesn’t stop on Ocean Drive. Gough: [Laughing] Yes. Miami is really the city that never sleeps. How does your Charlie’s Angels compare to the original TV show and films? Gough: Our Angels aren’t bored police officers. They all have checkered pasts, and Charlie is giving them a second chance. The aim of the Townsend Agency is to help people. It’s really a redemption story, for the Angels and the people they help.

Gough: There is a bigger mythology as to who Charlie is that will play out. And Charlie’s relationship with Bosley is different than Charlie’s relationship with the Angels. [There are] family secrets here. We look at this like they’re a family, and the family business is being detectives, and the family secrets are the interpersonal relationships and the drama between them. Has anything surprised you about South Florida? Millar: We love that our stages are in Wynwood [Arts District]. It’s an incredibly vibrant neighborhood, with the galleries and the wall art and graffiti that’s so impressive and dynamic and visually stimulating. The [Miami] Design District is amazing. It’s really great to shoot in those environments. There are so many different areas that we’re going to showcase. We’ve just scratched the surface in the first few episodes. Any chance Aquaman will be resuscitated? Gough: No, probably not. You can buy it on iTunes, though. [He laughs.] Millar: We loved making that down [in Coconut Grove and Bill Baggs State Park]. It was fun. Gough: Yeah, that was fun.

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THEY’RE ANGELS, NOT SAINTS The detectives of the Townsend Agency – which now has an address on Ocean Drive in South Beach – are beautiful like their TV and film predecessors, but they all have skeletons in their closets. Abby Sampson (Rachael Taylor of Grey’s Anatomy) was a New York socialite turned world-class cat burglar. Kate Prince (Annie Ilonzeh of General Hospital) was a Miami cop turned dirty. Eve French (Minka Kelly of Parenthood and Friday Night Lights) was a street racer with a mysterious past and a penchant for stealing cars. The new Bosley (Ramon Rodriguez of The Wire and Day Break) is a hot young computer hacker, who also gets in on solving cases alongside the rehabilitated Charlie’s Angels. Angel actors Rachael Taylor, left, Minka Kelly and Annie Ilonzeh model the latest in detective fashion on Ocean Drive.

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THE LIMELIGHT STATE

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new Charlie’s Angels is a coup for South Florida TV and film production. It’s been more than 20 years since a major network show, Miami Vice, was shot here. Even more impressive, Angels is one of many TV productions currently filming locally, including USA’s Burn Notice, A&E’s The Glades, and Starz’s Magic City (premiering in 2012), plus telenovelas, reality shows and the star-studded film Rock of Ages. The boom is thanks to the state’s entertainment industry incentive, which attracts producers SHOT IN SOUTH FLORIDA with a 20-30 percent tax credit on Florida-based production costs. In turn, supporters say, the Philip Michael Thomas and Don industry brings a financial boon, jobs and – as Florida’s assets are broadcast around the world – Johnson (top left) in NBC’s Miami potentially more visitors to the state. “I couldn’t be more pleased with the breadth of styles that we have, which help show us off,” Vice (1984-’89); Gabrielle Anwar says Graham Winick, head of the Miami Beach film office. Burn Notice has the dichotomy of sleek and Jeffrey Donovan in USA’s Burn Miami juxtaposed with Miami River-based action, he says. Charlie’s Angels is going to focus on Notice; Matt Passmore in A&E’s the new, modern, upscale Miami Beach, downtown and the nautical scene. Magic City is set in The Glades; Rachael Taylor, Minka 1959 Miami Beach, and it showcases South Florida’s art deco and Miami Modern architecture – which Winick predicts will lead to a wave of nostalgia tourism. Kelly and Annie Ilonzeh in ABC’s “We have all of these great shows showing different sides of our city, and then we have Rock Charlie’s Angels; Tom Cruise in of Ages thumbing its nose at Los Angeles, saying we can do L.A. better in Miami,” he says. “It’s appropriate – or ironic – that Rock of Ages put the Hollywood sign on Mount Trashmore.” (That’s the 2012 film Rock of Ages, Jeffrey Dean Morgan in Starz’s Magic City, the 225-foot-tall landfill between Coconut Creek and Deerfield Beach.) — Elizabeth Rahe

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Designer John Barman used a Kelly Stuart Graham painting to inspire the color scheme of his Miami Beach condo. Photography by Dan Forer

A SPLASH OF COLOR

South Florida is a palette of colors. Electric ocean blue. Sunshine yellow. Swimming pool violet. Sunset pink. So why are so many of our homes … beige? Meet some interior design revolutionaries determined to color our world. BY CHARLYNE VARKONYI SCHAUB

Bye, bye beige, hello, color.

More South Florida designers are spinning the color wheel – from subtle yellow tint on the walls to furniture upholstered in shocking pink and bright turquoise. Some of their choices may not be safe, but they are cheerful, interesting and compatible with our bright sunshine, brilliant blue skies and beautiful water views. John Barman, a designer with offices in New York and Miami Beach who was named one of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 designers and architects in the world, says he likes to design rooms that “have an exciting edge and are infused with color.” Color, he adds, can make people happy.

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He carried that philosophy to the design of his condo in Miami Beach. Kelly Stuart Graham’s colorful painting set the tone for the color scheme. He played it against white walls and ceiling so the walls don’t compete with the art. The aqua sofa reflects the color of the ocean. Contrast is added with a shocking pink chair and a bright yellow door painted in Ralph Lauren’s Kayak Yellow. Barman says we can get away with brighter colors in South Florida. “People should take a chance,” he says. “You have bright sunshine, sky and ocean. You should want your home to be colorful and happy.” The room also works because he uses texture on the upholstery and the beige rug. These choices add warmth to the stark white walls and aggregate terrazzo tile floor. Don’t want to go so bold with expensive furniture? Barman suggests starting with colorful throw pillows. If you like it, then go bolder with some other items. Palm Beach designer Jack Fhillips is a proponent of subtle use of color. He loves to use blue, light brown, deep beiges and soft grays. He doesn’t like stark white walls because he says they pick up strange shadows and fight with any fabric placed around them. Pink can be problematic as well. Fhillips says light pink can have an unappealing lavender tinge and deeper pinks become what he describes as “Barbie pink.” Only one shade of yellow fits his color palette, a buttery shade he used on the walls of a dining room in the 2009 American Red Cross Designers Showhouse in West Palm Beach. To recreate the color, he suggests bringing a stick of butter to the paint store and asking the salesperson to match it. “That room had a lot of reflection from outside,” he says. “It had a lot of openings to other areas and all that light was reflected into the room. I didn’t want it too intense in color. Basically it became a black, white and yellow room.” He repeated the color scheme on flowers, with lemons on compotes and gold and silver leaf panels in the armoire. White Francis Elkins chairs with Glenn plaid upholstery coordinated with the white armoire. A leopard rug he found at a flea market in Paris gave a nod to the late Elsie de Wolfe, a legendary designer dubbed “the Founding Mother of the decorating profession.” “A client with great taste once told me a little leopard never hurt anyone,” Fhillips says. He rejects overdone color for what he calls “shock value.” To illustrate, he pointed to a small apartment in Manhattan that was published in a 92

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Boca Raton designer Susan Lachance used her client’s favorite shades of purple in the master bedroom. The matching painting is by Michel Pellus. Photography by Robert Brantley

major design magazine. The ceilings of the bedroom were painted shiny black and the walls were red. “All I could think of was: How could anyone in their right state of mind want to sleep in there? I just don’t get it. I see more and more of that in shelter magazines. More editors are publishing these rooms filled with color that are quite disruptive to day-to-day living,” he says. Susan Lachance, a Boca Raton designer, says “Boca Beige” became popular as a result of so much new construction in South Florida. Developers and builders selected the safe color in their models because they didn’t want to offend anyone. “A lot of clients are afraid of other people’s opinions,” she says. “They saw it and knew it was generally acceptable because everyone was doing it. I think we are going back to color. It takes a cycle. We are also going out of dark ages of Mediterranean with dark colors. People are looking for something more exciting and uplifting.” When Lachance uses color, it’s based on the client’s wishes and is often done subtly such as a house she designed in Boca’s Broken Sound where the client gravitated to plum, purple and lavender. Lachance used lavender on the bed linens and bench; cutouts in a wenge-wood covered wall were filled with padded plum chenille. The color was echoed in “Flippant,” a painting by Michel Pellus. She added Vistosi hanging pendants that are hand-blown Murano glass with an eggplant tone embedded in the glass. “That particular job used a lot of beautiful art,” she says. “Art doesn’t need a busy wall. It speaks for itself.” cityandshore.com

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The living room that Perla Lichi designed at Toscana in Highland Beach is filled with color that clients can live with because the shades are slightly grayed to tone them down and make them more comforting. It resembles the color blocking technique we are seeing in current fashion with contrasting color paint on adjacent walls. “My philosophy on color is the world is a colorful place,” says Lichi, who has offices in Dubai and Pompano Beach. “The way you balance a color and contrast a color can make a big difference. Color will affect your mood and the style of what you are doing. It’s all about color.” Her inspiration for the paint came from the spa blue, taupe and brown striped fabric she selected for a pair of chairs and the fact her clients were an earth sign and water sign. (She always checks the astrologic signs of her clients before creating the design.) The earth colors – creams, beiges and browns – contrast with the spa water color. The custom-made earth tone carpet has a touch of spa blue and is shaped like a wave. The chandelier, which is actually in the adjacent foyer, is hung from an oval inset in the ceiling painted in shiny silver leaf. “Most people don’t know how to balance color,” she says. “At the same time, if they love their choice and can live with it, it is their home.”

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North Miami Beach designer Fanny Haim created the antithesis of a Fhillips room – a total red dining room for this year’s second annual DesignHouse at the Design Center of the Americas in Dania Beach. The room’s movie theme was The Last Emperor. “It would be very rare for a client to allow a designer to do an all-red room,” she says. “They would think of you as being insane. I thought of this as an indulgence in a fantasy. I had a mad desire to do an all-red space. The idea was to create an overthe-top and extravagant concept in a way that could be in someone’s home.” The wall color, covered in red velvet, was broken with two panels of wallpaper – a gold leaf design from Fromental and an embossed paper that looked as if it could be Chinese letters from China Seas. Gold tassels on the walls give the impression of passageway doors leading to somewhere mysterious. The banquettes are the same red velvet as the walls and the chairs are covered in red-striped fabric. Even the floors are red – leather carpet with a trim of mosaic tile. The barrel shade lamp from Fuse features semi-precious red stones. Despite this all-red design, her portfolio relies mainly on neutrals. She prefers using one color with a myriad of textures. “First ask yourself whether you can live with the color two or three years from now,” she says. “The other thing is stay away from anything that is ‘in style.’ The color du jour becomes passé. But don’t be timid in using color if it excites you. Don’t make long-term commitments you can’t keep.” 98

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Miami architect Oscar Glottman, who likes everything to look sculptural, used stark white walls to contrast with the art by Rene Rietmeyer. The colors are echoed in the furniture. Photography by Dan Forer

Miami architect Oscar Glottman also played colorful art and furnishings against white walls and floors in a Fisher Island home. “The house was designed to showcase a collection of art for the client,” he says. “We were trying to minimize the walls to become a backdrop for the art and the furniture that was sculptural in nature.” More color was added to the ceiling with cathoderay lighting in bright blue and orange in curves and straight lines. The window treatments, which run the length of the room, use white as a backdrop for the orange bands that become more obvious at night. The orange chairs and blue leather sofa pick up the colors in painted cubes by Dutch abstract artist Rene Rietmeyer. Books on the vertical hanging bookcases also pick up the colors. “I didn’t want to make the furniture stand out,” he says. “I wanted more color in the art, window treatments and the ceiling. Everything was supposed to look like art objects, including the bookcases... “It takes a special sensitivity in dealing with color to balance it properly in order for it to become essential to the design and not overbearing. If you use color with an architectural sensitivity and not just for its decorative capacity, you can achieve a more lasting result.”

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Sources John Barman: John Barman, Inc., 101 20th St., Suite THC-1503, Miami Beach 33134, 305-215-9990, www. johnbarman.com.

Fanny Haim: Fanny Haim & Associates, 21338 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach 33180, 305-9370815, www.fannyhaim.com.

Jack Fhillips: Jack Fhillips

Perla Lichi: Lichi-Zelman Style Interiors, 3430 N. Andrews Ave., Ext, Pompano Beach, 33064, 877-7161563, www.lichi-zelmanstyle.com.

Oscar Glottman: Glottman Architecture Design Furniture, 3930 NE Second Ave., #204, Miami 33137, 305438-3711, www.glottman.com.

Susan Lachance: Susan Lachance Interior Design, 6000 Park of Commerce Blvd # A, Boca Raton 33487, 561- 241-3800, www.susanlachance.com.

Design, 2611 Mercer Ave., West Palm Beach 33401, 561-659-4459, www. jfhillipsdesign.com.


Color SCHEMING By Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub

Thinking about adding color to your décor but afraid to go wild with it? Here are suggestions to help you to wade into the color pool. Your additions can be as simple as adding a pair of chairs or starting with a rug and throw pillows. Flowery Fun No wonder this chair is called “Bloom.” It looks like a beautiful flower just ready to be plucked. Kenneth Cobonpue designed it out of Alcantara, a durable and stain-resistant fabric with a feel that resembles suede. Available in red and greenish yellow, it sells for $3,100 at Artefacto, 4440 Ponce De Leon Blvd, Ste. 1600, Coral Gables, 33146, 305-774-0004; and 19915 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 33180, 305-931-9484. Rug rapture Designers often start with an inspiration piece to create a color scheme. Why not start with a decorative rug? Use it with the trendy Suzani motif and you have a winning combo. This tile green rug, inspired by the tribal Suzani designs of Southeast Asia, features aquamarine and green medallions. The 5-by-8-foot rug is a blend of wool and silk fibers. It is available for $599.95 online only at www.zgallerie.com. Team it with the 24-inch Liana pillow in aquamarine with green medallion for $69.95 at Z Gallerie stores. For locations, see www.zgallerie.com or call 800-908-6748. Seeing red IKEA makes decorating in color easy with suggested room settings like this rhapsody in red. Team the Karlstad sofa ($499) with the Tral ($39.99) and 365+ reading lamps ($89.99), Valborg rectangular cushion cover ($7) with Inner cushion ($2.99), Aina square cushion cover ($6) with inner cushion ($2.99), Stockholm throw ($29.99) and Somrig vases ($3.99). Available at IKEA Sunrise, 151 NW 136th Ave., Sunrise 33325, 954-838-9292; www.ikea.com. “Starck” reality The Mademoiselle Chair, designed for Kartell by Philippe Starck, is an innovative way to add pizzazz to a contemporary dining room. Upholstery was created by Italian fashion designer Franco Moschino: Hearts, available in black and white and red and white; Sketches, a patchwork of original illustrations; and Margherite, daisies on a black background. Frames are available in black, white and clear. The chairs are made in Italy with a molded polycarbonate frame and an expanded polyurethane seat. They sell for $950 each. Available at Sklar Furnishings, 6300 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, 33487, 561-862-0800. Outer or inner space No wonder this is named after Area 51, the U.S. Air Force base in southern Nevada where conspiracy theorists say the government hides visitors from outer space. The polypropylene chair, which can be used for dining indoors or out, looks like the perfect out-of-this world nesting place for E.T. and friends. The ergonomic chair is made in Italy and comes in orange, light green, fuchsia, gray and white. It stacks for comfort storage and contains a useful drain hole for outdoor use. Available for $180 at Concepto Modern Living, 2754 N. Federal Highway. Fort Lauderdale, 33306, 954567-3403; 6649 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, 33487, 561-756-8463. cityandshore.com

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Dr. Steven Shapiro likes to take an understated approach in the automobile he drives. So it might come as a surprise that he tools around South Florida in a white 2011 BMW Limited Edition 750Li Alpina B7. But he can explain. “On the one hand it’s very comfortable. My three kids can fit in the back seat. On the other hand, it’s very fast,” says Shapiro of Boca Raton. “I’m not someone who pushes a car hard, though, because I’m a physician and I see what happens when someone pushes a car too hard. But if you need to get out of the way of something, you have all the power you need. It’s a monster car. And yet it looks like a regular sedan.” Well, “regular” if your “regular” sedan is equipped with rear and side cameras, night vision that identifies pedestrians in yellow on the navigational display, cruise control that brakes the car for you and early-warning collision detection. “Most people don’t even know what an Alpina is,” Shapiro says. “But people who know cars know about the Alpina.”

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Sylvia Bennett’s challenge is to keep one exotic species from running over another. “At certain moments my passion for the Maserati outweighs my passion for music, and that’s saying a lot because music has been part of my life since I was 3,” says Bennett, a jazz vocalist who recorded a Grammy-nominated album, Sentimental Journey, with the great Lionel Hampton in the 1980s. “I love the way my Maserati purrs,” says Bennett, a Key Biscayne resident who drives a silver-blue Maserati Quattroporte. “The first time I saw the car it took my breath away. Now I understand why men have always been passionate about exotic cars.” PHOTO BY ANGEL VALENTIN

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As the owner of Lou La Vie – French for “rent the life” – a South Florida exotic car-rental company, John Temerian could drive anything from a Porsche to an Aston Martin to a Rolls-Royce Phantom. But his passion of preference, born when he was a boy growing up in Palm Beach Gardens, is anything Lamborghini. “To me there’s nothing else like a Lamborghini,” he says. “I remember when I was 7 or 8 and my father took me to Palm Beach Gardens Elementary in a Lamborghini Countach. I’ll never forget it. There were hundreds of kids running outside to see the car. The principal was furious, yelling at the kids, ‘You can’t run into the street!’ That’s what these cars do to people.” One night more recently, Temerian was stopped on the street while behind the wheel of a Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder. A little boy gaped at the sight and wouldn’t move along despite his mother’s entreaties of “Come on! Come on!” She asked Temerian if he would mind if her son photographed the car. “The second I said yes, the boy’s whole demeanor changed,” Temerian says. “He was looking at the passenger seat and I said, ‘Sit in it.’ It changed his world for that moment. To this day I feel like a little kid too when I’m driving a Lamborghini.”

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Lamborghini. “The Lamborghini is such a sleek, beautiful and sexy car that I fell in love and got rid of my Ferrari,” Milton says, referring to her Gallardo Bicolore. “I’m a mother of three, so I have to have a ‘mom’ car to do the car pool. That’s an Aston Martin Rapide. The Lamborghini is my fun, free, escape car.” Milton is not one to keep her passion polished and in the garage. You can see her driving the Gallardo throughout South Florida in her capacity as executive vice president and director of sales, marketing and advertising for family-owned real-estate developer J. Milton & Associates. She gets in her Lamborghini "any chance I get'' and drives on bucolic Old Cutler Road near her home in Coral Gables, or she opens it up occasionally on the expressway. “The I-95 SunPass lane is a godsend,” Milton says, laughing, as if looking over her shoulder for flashing lights. It really doesn’t matter where or when she's driving, so long as she’s guiding the Gallardo. “I don’t care,” she says. “I’ll drive it to Target.”

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For Jay Ghanem, an electrical engineer and owner of Auto Tech and Body, a sales, maintenance and car repair center in Pompano Beach, exoticism in automobiles is a combination of aesthetics and technology. He drives a silver 2011 Mercedes SLS hard top with gull-wing doors. “It’s one of the most amazing cars ever built,” Ghanem says. “The SLS is a blend of past and future. Mercedes reinvented the stylishness of the old 300SL with the finest technology of today. You can take a corner, entering a highway at 85 mph in the rain, and it grabs the ground. It defies physics. It defies logic. “The only thing the car doesn’t do is fly.” Sounds like wishful thinking, but then, that’s what these cars were designed to do apparently – make dreams come true.

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“There’s no explaining it. It’s a sickness,” laughs Bill Brennan, a Plantation cinematographer and owner of the Brennan Auto Group in North Lauderdale. Brennan’s personal, eclectic collection of art on wheels includes everything from a thumbnail-sized 1958 BMW Isetta to a styling Ferrari 360 to a yellow 2012 FIAT 500 Sport – the latter his passion of the moment. “I’ve only scratched the surface of my sickness,” Brennan says. “One day I’d love to land an original Messerschmitt or have a McLaren F1 in the garage.”

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Editor’s note: Some of the automobiles featured in this story were purchased through South Florida dealerships, including Rick Case FIAT, 3500 Weston Road, Davie, 866981-7351; www.rickcasefiatusa.com; The Collection, Coral Gables, 800-252-4827, www.thecollection.com; JM Lexus, 5350 W. Sample Road, Margate, 800-805-3987, www.jmlexus.com; Lamborghini Palm Beach, 2345 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, 561-370-7953, www.lamborghinipalmbeach.com, affiliated with the Warren Henry Auto Group, www.warrenhenryauto.comwww.warrenhenryauto.com aand Vista BMW, 4401 W. Sample Road, Coconut Creek, 866-510-7805; 744 N. Federal Highway, Pompano Beach, 866-5107806, www.vistabmw.com.


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world travel and luxury are high on your “to do” list, you’re in the right place. Passengers can board a ship at one of two major South Florida cruise ports, Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale) and the Port of Miami, and sail away to some of the world’s most amazing places. See Singapore, marvel at Monaco or view Vietnam up close and personally - and do so luxuriously. Choose from repositioning cruises: itineraries that sail each spring, for example, from Fort Lauderdale through the Panama Canal to Alaska for the summer season or to Europe for a summer in the Mediterranean, northern Europe or the British Isles. World cruises are just that, itineraries of more than 100 days which circumnavigate the world. Segment cruises to some of the most exotic ports in the world also leave from local ports. Granted, there is still the requisite flight home involved in one-way itineraries, but “exploration” is done primarily by ship. Prices are often all-inclusive. On some lines alcoholic beverages are extra, but meals, entertainment, shore excursions, etc., are often included on these premium ships. You will pay a heftier per person price than on mass-market ships, but promotional fares and early booking prices are available. Some lines offer an onboard credit as well and two-for-one sales. Free airfare is not uncommon. A rule of thumb: the more luxurious the ship, the more the cruise will cost – but you will sail away with a memorable experience. Here’s a sample of upcoming cruises leaving our world for ports around the globe. Most are rated five- and six-star quality, naturally.

RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT TIME THERE IS A WORLD BEYOND OUR WORLD, AND SOUTH FLORIDA IS ONE OF THE BEST PORTS TO SAIL FROM TO SEE IT

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Azamara Journey

AZAMARA CLUB CRUISES Larry Pimentel, president and CEO of Azamara Club Cruises, explains Azamara’s philosophy. “On board, guests will enjoy Azamara’s trademark extraordinary service, fine dining and boutique wine collection and more inclusive amenities. We designed our itineraries to coincide with some of the world’s most exciting events, such as Rio’s Carnaval, the Floriade in the Netherlands, the 52nd Annual Moldejazz Festival in Norway, and others, to offer guests the opportunity to attend these cultural celebrations on some of the Azamara voyages. Guests on these voyages will have the exclusive opportunity to purchase prime-seating ticket and transportation packages from Azamara, eliminating the hassle and guesswork for a truly remarkable travel experience.” The two ships – Azamara Journey and Azamara Quest – are classic examples of small-ship luxury. The vessels can easily visit hidden corners of the world. Azamara Quest sails from the Port of Miami on Nov. 28 to Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands; Gustavia, St. Bart’s; Castries, St. Lucia; Mayreau in the Grenadines, and Bridgetown, Barbados, all lovely ports that big ships can’t visit easily.

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SILVERSEA CRUISES

Silver Cloud

The Monaco-based cruise line, with offices in Fort Lauderdale, was created as an allsuite, ultra-luxury line in the early 1990s by the Lefebvre family of Rome, former owners of the old Sitmar Cruise Line. The Silver Cloud debuted in 1994. The most recent addition to the five-ship line is Silver Spirit, which came on line in 2010. Silversea’s Silver Whisper World Cruise leaves Fort Lauderdale Jan. 7 for a 115-day cruise that winds up in Monaco and covers 45 ports and 25 countries including India, the United Arab Republic, Oman, Egypt, Jordan and on to Europe.

OCEANIA CRUISES Oceania’s newest vessel, Marina, will leave the Port of Miami on March 19 for Barcelona after completing a series of 12-day Caribbean cruises, roundtrip from Miami. Many cruises offer two-for-one pricing. The line features elegant midsized ships, emphasizes fine cuisine and offers butler service in all suites.

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CRYSTAL CRUISES The 922-passenger Crystal Symphony will sail from Miami to Lisbon on March 19. The 10-day cruise provides a more-than-usual number of sea days, where outstanding enrichment programs kick in and which allow time to read a couple of best-sellers. The crossing offers only one call, in Madeira/ Funchal, Portugal, affording many lazy sea days. The cruise has a big-band theme. Sister ship Crystal Symphony sails Dec. 9 from Barcelona to Miami then does a series of round-trip Caribbean sailings from Miami.

SEABOURN CRUISES Seabourn’s newest vessel, Seabourn Quest, sails from Fort Lauderdale on Jan. 5 on its maiden world cruise. This unusual eastbound itinerary sails through the Caribbean, to Brazil, Namibia and South Africa, Reunion and Mauritius, the Maldives and then back through India, the Arabian Peninsula, the Red Sea and into the Mediterranean, ending at Venice on April 23, 2012.

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Regent’s Mariner

REGENT CRUISES The ships, ranging from 490-700 passengers, are totally luxurious, even offering iPads for guests to use in each suite. Regent’s Mariner will leave the Port of Miami Jan. 6 for a 72-night cruise of South America, which includes Chilean fiords and Argentina and Brazil highlights. The six-star cruise line’s ships sail to 300 ports on six continents – including Antarctica.

Nowhere is the concept more in evidence than on the three- and four-day sailings to the Bahamas from Port of Miami on NCL Sky.

GETTING YOUR FEET WET Multi-day cruising may not appeal to those who haven’t already enjoyed a cruise vacation. Introductory sailings of four to seven days may well be a way of exploring onboard life. Cruises include three meals a day – and the opportunity for endless snacks, if you are inclined – your cabin cleaned twice daily, including fresh linen: nightly entertainment and officers and crew who are determined to offer you a safe and friendly getaway. Cruises allow plenty of time for fun in the sun, and fairly complete relaxation. All-inclusive rates do not include alcohol and soft drinks, shore excursions and gratuities. Here are a few shorter (and less costly) cruises to look into: Carnival: The world’s largest cruise line offers short sailings from both the Port of Miami and Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale).

Consider three-day cruises on Carnival Imagination to the Bahamas or five days on Carnival Destiny from the Port of Miami to Grand Turk, Half Moon Cay and Nassau. From Port Everglades a two-day offering on Carnival Miracle to Nassau or a six-day on Carnival Freedom to Key West, Grand Cayman and Ocho Rios. Celebrity: Celebrity Constellation offers a series of five-night cruises from the Port of Miami to western Caribbean ports that include Key West, Cozumel, Mexico or Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Celebrity and Azamara are part of Royal Caribbean International. Norwegian Cruise Line: NCL pioneered alternative dining options with “freestyle cruising” more than a decade ago. “Freestyle” means simply that guests are not locked-in to a set sitting, at a set time each night. Alternative restaurants include options that are complimentary as well as some restaurants where a modest per person fee is charged.

Royal Caribbean: Choose from threenight Bahamas cruises on Majesty of the Seas from the Port of Miami or a variety of four-, fiveand six-night options on Liberty of the Seas or Navigator of the Seas from Port Everglades. —Marcia Levin

FIND OUT MORE AZAMARA: www.azamaraclubcruises.com CARNIVAL: www.carnivalcruises.com CELEBRITY: www.celebritycruises.com CRYSTAL: www.crystalcruises.com NCL: www.ncl.com OCEANIA: www.oceaniacruises.com REGENT: www.regentcruises.com ROYAL CARIBBEAN CRUISES: www.royalcaribbean.com SEABOURN: www.seabourn.com

SILVERSEA: www.silversea.com

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MAI-KAI RESTAURANT Voted one of the most romantic places in South Florida. Mai-Kai makes the perfect choice for your pre-wedding dinners, reception or wedding. From our tropical gardens filled with waterfalls & lush foliage to our award winning Polynesian Show, this is the place where dreams come true. 3599 N. Federal Hwy., Ft. Lauderdale, 954.563.3272, www.maikai.com. MODA MARIO 822 E. Las Olas Blvd. is where quality, fashion & good taste are always in style for men & women. Moda Mario carries an exclusive collection of tuxedos, suits & sportswear along with a complete collection of women’s clothing, shoes & accessories. Call 954.467.3258 or visit www.modamario.com. RIVERSIDE HOTEL on Las Olas creates weddings with only YOU in mind! Imagine walking down the aisle on the Wedding Circle with breathtaking water views; or being announced as husband & wife on the balcony of

the 8th Floor Ballrooms. We accommodate Rehearsal Dinners, Ceremony, Reception & Brunch for up to 200 people. Fairy tales come true at Riverside Hotel. Visit us www.Riversidehotel.com or 954.377.0943. SARA MIQUE Sara Mique has created beautiful evening wear for the individualist for thirty years. The fun, feminine, unique designs are a favorite for all. All garments are hand made in the stunning Sara Mique studio and can be customized in size and color. 4800 W. Hillsboro Blvd., Coconut Creek 33073, 954.531.6800, info@saramique.com. ZOLA KELLER For over 30 years Zola Keller has been offering expert advice to brides. One stop-shopping with over 700 gowns in stock for Brides, Mother of & Bridesmaids, priced from $250 to $10,000. Sizes range from 2 to 24 & custom. In store expert alterations 818 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, 954.462.3222, www.zolakeller.com.


THE BEST NEW RESTAURANTS OF 2011

OUR FINE DINING WRITER CAREFULLY PARED DOWN OVER 30 NEW RESTAURANTS THAT HAVE OPENED WITHIN THE PAST 12 MONTHS, AND SELECTED THESE FIVE TO REPRESENT THE YEAR’S BEST BY REBECCA CAHILLY

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ver the past 12 months, a flavorful buzz has been in the air in Broward and Palm Beach counties. While the tenuous economic climate of the past few years has forced many South Florida restaurants to quietly close their doors, 2011 saw the launch of some very exciting eateries. Notably, the trend is towards farm-to-table, organic, local and sustainable fare, served within the high-end ambience expected of restaurants here. Top chefs also have entered the ring, no longer simply lending their name but stepping behind the line to create menus and wow clientele. With so much competition, new restaurants know that they need to stand out; it’s no longer an option to open a flashy spot to much fanfare and serve outrageously priced (but mediocre) food to the seasonal crowd. South Floridians are savvy and well traveled — and they aren’t afraid to pay — but they want their food to be exceptional and the ambiance to be noteworthy. Congratulations to the five that make this list and to the accompanying list of honorable mentions. Rated for their food quality, menu diversity, ambience and staying power, these restaurants are poised to elevate the gastronomic experience in South Florida to the next level.

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“Modern American Seafood”

Vine Ripe Homestead Tomato Gazpacho with Harissa Grilled Key West Pink Shrimp and Herb Salsa

A concept of Chef Dean Max — known for his successful 3030 Ocean at the Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale — the Singer Island-based 3800 Ocean is all that and more. You can’t help but feel as if you’re on vacation here; after all, 3800 Ocean is located within the oceanfront Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa. The décor is chic and understated, with a wall of floorto-ceiling ocean-view windows beckoning you to a candlelit table. The staff is exceptionally professional and knowledgeable, and our waiter was spot on with his recommendations. An open kitchen adds to the energy, but it is the seafood — appropriately served with a view of the sea — that makes 3800 Ocean exceptional. Chef Max makes a point to offer farm-to-table dishes, working alongside local hydroponic farmers to source many of his ingredients. Based on cuisine described as “Modern American Seafood,” the daily-changing menu is well rounded and moderately priced. We must recommend the Ahi Coconut Tuna Ceviche, a play on traditional ceviche that, upon first bite, instantly transports the lucky diner to an exotic island paradise: fresh ahi tuna in a delicate coconut milk sauce with serrano peppers and a touch of cilantro. Served in a coconut and topped with cool watercress, this appetizer is, simply, a happy-maker.

3800 Ocean Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa 3800 Ocean Drive, Singer Island Riviera Beach, 33404 Tel: 561-340-1795 www.3800oceanrestaurant.com

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6 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily

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“Progressive American Grill”

Braised Oxtail Empanada, Salsa Criolla, Aji Amarillo

This place is shaking up the quiet city of Palm Beach, with its great location, hip atmosphere and small plates…of amazingly flavorful creations. Chef/coowner Clay Conley is quickly becoming something of a celebrity chef; his impressive culinary experience and travels having influenced the menu offerings at this “Progressive American Grill.” The menu emphasizes seasonal ingredients and changes regularly, but the tapas-style options allow you to choose as many small plates as you can handle and nibble until your heart’s content. The short rib empanadas receive rave reviews, as does the steak tartare with black truffle; the mushroom and gruyère flatbread pizza; the squid-ink orrechiette; the BBQ quail with corn and bacon served over a cheddar biscuit… It’s probably best to allow yourself some time to digest the menu when you arrive. We were so dazzled by the array of choices that we were talking over each other, ordering this and that and let’s-try-some-of-that! And then came the cheese: cheddar infused with porter from Ireland’s Cahill’s Farm. Chef Conley selects artisanal cheeses daily, and this evening’s selection impressed even us—I, especially, was convinced that my distant ancestors were speaking to me through the fromage. Suffice it to say that the remainder of the meal was a sensory blur. The last time I ordered a hot dog at a restaurant was in 1981, but we were feeling so inspired, so adventurous, that we had to try the hot dog panini, simply prepared panini-style with gruyère cheese and sauerkraut. It did not disappoint, and, pleasantly, neither did the bill.

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350 S. County Road, Palm Beach, 33480 Tel: 561-833-3450 www.buccanpalmbeach.com

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Monday – Thursday 4 p.m. – 11p.m. (bar 1 a.m.) Friday 4 p.m. – 12 a.m. (bar 1 am) Saturday 5 p.m. – 12 a.m. (bar 1 a.m.) Sunday 5 p.m.– 10 p.m. (bar 12 a.m.) Wood-Grilled Shrimp "Scampi," Arugula, Garlic Toast

Happy Hour Monday – Friday 4 p.m.– 7 p.m.

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Michele’s Dining Lounge

“Friendly, Neighborhood Destination” The realization of a lifelong dream for owner Michele Bonarigo, Michele’s Dining Lounge is uniquely…unique. The family owned and operated restaurant’s strip-mall location on Fort Lauderdale’s Oakland Park Boulevard — and its unassuming signage — bear no hint to the glamour and, dare I say, luxurious experience that awaits within. Once inside you are greeted by, yes, the friendliest of staffs, as well as a décor that easily can be described as Hollywood chic. Giovanni, our impeccably dressed Italian waiter, attended to our every need, and, while there were plenty of Italian menu items from which to choose, assured us that he was the only 100 percent Italian thing in the restaurant. Michele’s menu is fabulous; a creative combination of classic dinner items suitably prepared and lacking in pretension. We recommend the grilled Caesar salad, a contemporary twist on the traditional Caesar, served as a roasted heart of Romaine and drizzled with a garlic lemon aioli and topped with grated parmesan. Served sautéed or fried, the calamari is easily the best we’ve tasted in a long time, and a light and simple arugula salad with proscuitto hit the spot. The entrées are given the same attention to detail: simple yet impeccable. The menu itself is très chic, equipped with a light for easy reading in romantic lighting. The light also allows you to clearly see the entrée prices, which will not spoil your appetite.

Michele’s Dining Lounge 2761 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, 33306 Tel: 954-533-1919 www.michelesdl.com

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Lunch Tuesday – Friday: 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Dinner Tuesday – Saturday 5 p.m. – 11 p.m.

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Philippe "Haute Chinese Cuisine" There is restaurant hype, and then there is hype Philippe-style. I mean, how many other restaurants out there can claim to be mentioned in over 30 rap song lyrics?! Hence, we considered the selection of the new Boca Raton location of this haute Chinese cuisine hot spot quite carefully, knowing all too well that reputation often implies success, but that secondary locations can suffer from improperly trained staff and eventually lose the wow factor that garnered success in the first place. So we went—three times. The first was to see the build-out of Philippe’s prominent Palmetto Park Road location. CEO Stratis Morfogen himself was there, overseeing the entire process that was carried out by Philippe’s own interior craftsmen. While we were chatting, it quickly became apparent that the management ethic behind this establishment is solid—almost familial. On opening night we were greeted with friendly smiles from the valet through to the bar, and quickly ushered to our private table, where nearly flawless, five-star service preceeded delightfully delicious menu tastings of chicken and beef satay, Beijing chicken, light and crispy spring rolls and a decadent array of desserts. Impressive food, we thought, just before finding ourselves face-to-face with Executive Chef Philippe Chow himself, who stepped out of the kitchen to say hello and ensure our enjoyment of the meal. Two nights later the scene was more of the same: extremely friendly, professional, and knowledgeable staff, delightful food, and wonderful service. Philippe focuses on the Beijing-style of Chinese cooking, which tends to be lighter, deeply flavorful, and of course, MSG-free. The Peking Duck is a must, carved tableside and absolutely delicious, flavored beautifully with just the right amount of crispiness. Also, don’t miss the nightly noodle show, performed by Chef Wei Ming Cheng. In short, we are delighted to add Philippe-Boca to our list of the Best Five Restaurants of 2011. Book your table now, because Chef Philippe, Chef Cheng, and most of the original staff will be based at the Boca location, at least until the new Philippe opens in Miami in November.

Philippe - Boca 200 E. Palmetto Park Road Boca Raton, FL 33432 Tel: 561-393-4666 www.philippechow.com

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“American Gourmet Inspiration” While this restaurant technically opened to the public a tad before 2011, the Boca Raton-based Piñon Grill makes our list for its wide-ranging menu that encourages clientele to join in on an exploration of flavor. The earth-tone décor and Piñon tree accents hint at a cuisine one might describe as largely meat-andpotatoes-based but touched with a taste of the southwest, southeast and even Asia, for the heck of it. Menu items range from traditional New York strip steak and filet mignon with béarnaise sauce to the more daring roasted chicken with Key lime sauce and pecan-crusted trout. The homemade Santa Fe chicken soup is my personal favorite, but you also can’t go wrong with any of the amazing burgers — especially the Kobe beef sliders.

Piñon Grill 6000 Glades Road, Suite 1390 Boca Raton, 33431 Tel: 561-391-7770 www.pinongrill.com

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Sunday – Thursday 11:30 a.m.– 10 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11:30 a.m.– 11 p.m.

HONORABLE MENTIONS Gran Forno Pronto Fort Lauderdale Absolutely delicious sandwiches, pizzas and light fare in an outdoor bistro setting. www.granfornopronto.com Max’s Harvest Delray Beach Charming farm-to-table eatery serving delicious, fresh dishes of excellent quality. A Dennis Max establishment. www.maxsharvest.com

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Spoonfed Delray Beach Chef Glen Manfra’s newest creation, in the site of his temporary PopUp restaurant on bustling Atlantic Avenue. Expect more locally sourced fare and amazing Italian-

inspired creations with Caribbean flair. 561-450-7557 Texas de Brazil Fort Lauderdale Successful chain of Brazilian churrascarias catering to our inner carnivore; this location on Sunrise Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. www.texasdebrazil.com Nick’s New Haven-Style Pizzeria & Bar Boca Raton Authentic New Haven, Connecticut-style pizza and Italian/American creations conceived by CT/NY transplants Nick Laudano and Anthony Giovanneillo and served in a “New York swank” atmosphere. 561-368-2900


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CHARDONNAYSAYERS There is more to white wine than oaky chardonnays. Much more.

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the turn of the century, the “ABC” (Anything But Chardonnay) movement found a following. Too many wineries in the New World were producing heavily oaked chardonnays (it was rumored that some even put oak chips in the oak barrels), and serious consumers rebelled. In time more fruit and less oak won out and some California vintners even began producing chardonnays that never have contact with any wood (look for un-oaked on the label). So as the ABC movement - having made its point - has moved on, I’d like to promote a new cause: “SDIW” (Something Different in White), not because I don’t love chardonnays (I do), but because I’d like to see more wine fans be more adventurous and explore some oft-ignored options that they will like. There are dozens of white wine grapes grown throughout the world. The white wines listed below, however, can be found in most markets, are affordable and deserve our attention. If you’ve enjoyed some of these, bravo; now sample the ones you haven’t:

Albariño is grown in the Galicia region of northwest Spain, particularly in the region of Rias Baixas (it’s also grown in Portugal, where it’s known as Alvarinho). Those who like their whites clean and crisp on the palate will definitely favor albariño. It’s a great aperitif choice and pairs perfectly with seafood and shellfish.

Aligoté has been called “the poor man’s Burgundy,” but only because white

Burgundy (made from chardonnay) can be quite pricey, while aligoté is a price-watcher’s bargain. Light and crisp on the palate, this French option is one of my favorites on a warm South Florida day.

Chenin Blanc is best known for wines produced in the Loire Valley of France

and in California. The French chenin blanc tends to be a rich and earthy white that improves with additional bottle aging, while the California chenins tend to be softer and fruitier and should be enjoyed as soon as purchased. I prefer the former with sauced seafood and the latter with picnic fare like fried chicken or country paté.

Gewürztraminer unfortunately is pretty much ignored in the American

market, mainly because people are not sure how to pronounce it. Well, it’s “guh vertz trah MEE nur,” and it’s a dry, spicy white from the Alsace region of France. Enjoy this delightful and unique libation with spicy foods, including, Szechuan, Hunan, Indian and Mexican. The Gewürztraminers produced in California and Germany tend to be sweeter than their Alsatian counterparts.

Muscadet, not to be confused with sweet wines called “Moscato,” is a dry, light, pale French white

produced in the Loire Valley. It complements shellfish, including mussels, oysters, and clams, but I also like this white with Tandoori chicken.

Torrentés is the white wine with which Argentina will make its reputation, much as

it has already done with red Malbec. Dry with light hints of orange and peach in every sip, this easy-to-like white can be enjoyed with pasta primavera, roast pork, pizza with white sauce, and seafood. It’s become a regular fixture in my household.

Viognier originated in the Rhône valley region of France, where the grape yields

dry, rich, floral wine. California viogniers can deliver light floral or heavy floral flavors. You can experiment on your own or ask your favorite wine merchant to recommend a California viognier (I like the Jorian Hills). The French and American versions pair with a wide range of foods, including charcuterie, spinach dip, turkey tetrazzini and spicy tuna rolls.

Once you’ve sampled the wines recommended above, don’t stop there. Whenever you encounter a white wine (or red) you don’t know, introduce yourself and give it a try. At a restaurant in New York, I recently encountered a white wine from Lebanon made from Merweh, a grape I had never heard of, much less tasted. So I ordered a glass. It was good, and I tasted something I had never experienced before. In the wide world of wine, there’s always a new adventure out there —and an axiom is true: nothing ventured, nothing gained. 140

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dining guide BROWARD COUNTY American Big City Tavern 609 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-727-0307. Comfortable, just like the old-time taverns it’s meant to evoke. The modern American menu includes very good meat and seafood. Moderate-expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 6/17/11. – J.T. } Brimstone Woodfire Grill

14575 SW Fifth St., Pembroke Pines, 954430-2333. At Brimstone Woodfire Grill, we offer “top-of-the-line” steaks and fresh seafood. Our steaks are from Black Angus cattle that are Midwestern-corn fed. The variety in our menu allows us to appeal to a broad range of guests, with eclectic offerings for both lunch and dinner. With an exceptional wine list to match, the menu caters to those looking for lighter fare, as well as those seeking the classic steakhouse experience.

}Grille 66 & Bar

2301 SE 17th St. Causeway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-728-3500, www. grille66andbar.com. May 2011 SunSentinel Four Stars. Wine Spectator Award of Excellence 2007-10, “Where the food lives up to the view.” Grille 66 is a Four Star restaurant that specializes in Prime Aged Steaks, Pasta, Seasonal Fish & Fresh Seafood and our famous Salads & Appetizers. Award-winning Chef Michael Siegel’s creations are featured daily, making us uniquely the finest dining experience in Fort Lauderdale. The restaurant combines breathtaking water views with a warm, upscale and inviting ambience, unobtrusive service, exquisitely prepared cuisine, homemade desserts and superb presentation. Featuring Fort Lauderdale’s finest Happy Hour, 5-7 p.m. Daily, 2-1 Drinks, Domestic Beer, Selected Wines and Classic Appetizers at Half Price. Located on the property of the Pier 66 Hyatt Regency Hotel. Reservations 954-728-3500. We cater to corporate events, weddings and rehearsal dinners, with special lunch menus for parties of 50 or more. Himmarshee Bar & Grille 210 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale, 954524-1818. This oasis on a street known for its

EDITOR’S NOTE: Restaurants in the dining guide were reviewed by fine dining writers Chan Lowe (C.L.), Danny Sanchez (D.S.), Charlyne Schaub (C.S.), Judith Stocks (J.S.) and John Tanasychuk (J.T.) – except those noted with a } , where the information was provided by the restaurant.

bar scene features a solid new American menu with very good seafood. Moderate-expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 3/11/11. – J.T. } J. Mark’s Restaurant

1245 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-390-0770 and 1490 NE 23rd St., Pompano Beach, 954-782-7000, www. jmarksrestaurant.com. J. Mark’s offers incredible food at casual prices. You’ll be impressed with the extensive menu featuring the freshest fish and Certified Angus Beef Steaks/Prime Rib. J. Mark’s warm, glowing atmosphere, along with attention to detail in both cuisine and service, makes it a memorable dining experience. Join us inside our gorgeous dining room or outside on our breezy covered patio. Call-ahead seating is accepted, but not necessary. We specialize in large and small parties, serving Lunch, Dinner, Mid-day and Late-Night menus. Outside bar and Happy Hour twice a day. Market 17 1850 SE 17th St. Causeway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-835-5507. Chef-driven, farm-to-table restaurant. Florida shrimp fritters and pan-basted Florida red snapper among highlights. Expensive. Dinner. Reviewed 1/28/11. – J.T. Mojo 4140 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-568-4443. Fine preparation of updated contemporary classics from escargot and Caesar salad to crab cakes, steaks and pasta. Moderate-expensive. Dinner. Reviewed 5/6/11. – J.T.

} Rare Las Olas

401 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-527-3365, www.rarelasolas.com. New York Prime introduces Rare Las Olas, located one block west of Federal Highway. Contemporary and upscale, Rare merges the vibe of South Beach with New York Prime-quality food, serving only the best USDA Prime steaks. Reservations accepted. Runyon’s 9810 W. Sample Road, Coral Springs, 954-752-2333. Old-school steakhouse with generous cuts of beef and great seafood appetizers. Moderate-expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 7/30/11. – D.S.

} Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

2525 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-565-2338; also at 225 NE Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton, 561392-6746. Casual, elegant dining in a warm, inviting atmosphere with genuine hospitality. Great for foodies, late-night dining or a romantic or special occasion. Complimentary valet and vibrant bar scene. Private room available.

} Village Tavern

14555 SW Second St., Pembroke Pines, 954-874-1001. Bringing people together, Village Tavern celebrates classic American food, elevating traditional tavern standards with a wide-ranging menu, stellar service, handcrafted cocktails and an award-winning wine list. Village Tavern is your neighborhood spot for a business lunch meeting, a romantic night out, drinks with friends or a relaxing Sunday brunch with the family.

Italian Philomena’s 906 S. Powerline Road, Pompano Beach, 954-917-7778. Everything is deliciously homemade. Double-cut stuffed pork chop and braciola among highlights. Must RSVP. Moderate-expensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 3/18/11. – J.S. } Via Luna

The Ritz-Carlton, One Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-4652300. Via Luna (“Moon’s Path” in Italian) is the new, sexy oceanfront spot in Fort Lauderdale. It’s absolutely worth a visit for the best Italian grill cuisine, whether it’s a casual business lunch, a beautiful dinner or the most elaborate Sunday Brunch in town. Whether you choose the spaghetti pomodoro ($16), a recipe Chef de Cuisine Jason Coperine borrowed from his Sicilian grandmother; Italian Flat Breads or the hand-selected, hand-cut beef from a local butcher, the menu items are as delicious and approachable as the prices, making it an everyday Italian restaurant, not just a special occasion locale. Start with Happy Hour every day from 4 to 7 p.m. for a mouthwatering “10 for $10” – a selection of gourmet Bar Bites and signature cocktails for just $10 each. cityandshore.com

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2378 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-565-2299; and 2000 Harrison St., Hollywood, 954-391-9466, sagehollywood@gmail.com. Experience superb French cuisine with a casual French bistro ambience. Enjoy ultra-fresh seafood, prime meats and decadent crêpes. Our oysters are flown in daily and go well with our well-priced wine list. Chef Laurent will wow you with his creativity, from appetizers to dazzling desserts. Open for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch.

Seafood } Billy’s Stone Crab Restaurant

400 N. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, located one mile north of The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa on A-1-A, 954923-2300 or 800-435-2722. World famous, with a view! Now in its fourth decade in business, Billy’s Stone Crab Restaurant and Market is a South Florida institution offering some of the freshest stone crabs and seafood. Specialties include stone crab claws, Key West pink shrimp, Florida lobster, fresh Florida fish, as well as steaks and chicken. Billy’s second-floor dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows has a magnificent view of the Intracoastal Waterway, capturing its nightly yacht parades as well as outdoor dining on their dock. Open for dinner and lunch daily. Nationwide shipping. Private party room available. For more information about Billy’s or to order online, visit www.crabs.com or call 800-4FLCRAB.

} 15Th Street Fisheries

and Dockside Cafe 1900 SE 15th St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-2777. Visit 15th Street Fisheries for an unforgettable waterfront dining experience in an authentic marina. The Fisheries, at Lauderdale Marina, provides fantastic food and fun along the Intracoastal Waterway near Port Everglades. Dine in a relaxing old-time Florida seafood house. Step out onto the docks to feed the tarpon! The Fisheries was voted “Best Waterfront Restaurant in South Florida” in a 2011 Sun Sentinel readers poll.

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PALM BEACH COUNTY American Chops Lobster Bar Royal Palm Place, 101 Plaza Real S., Boca Raton, 561-395-2675, www. ChopsLobsterBar.com. A deservedly popular restaurant that gives equal attention to both prime steaks and seafood. The service is professional and refined, but always friendly. Exquisite wine list, at every price point. Reviewed 6/24/11. – J.T. DD Flats Wine Bar and Flatbread Company 5030 Champion Blvd., Boca Raton, 561-988-8895. Superlative one-of-akind international gourmet cuisine, artful presentation and outstanding service at a surprisingly affordable price. Moderateexpensive. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed 6/2/11. – C.L. Deck 84 840 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, 561-665-8484. Great Intracoastal setting where you’ll find everything from burgers to steaks plus inventive seafood. Moderate. Lunch. Reviewed 4/1/11. – J.T.

} Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

225 NE Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton, 561392-6746. Casual, elegant dining in a warm, inviting atmosphere with genuine South Florida hospitality. Great for foodies, late-night dining, or a romantic or special occasion. Complimentary valet and vibrant bar scene. Private room available.

Asian } Buddha Sky Bar

217 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, 33444, 561-266-9898, www.buddhaskybar.com. Buddha Sky Bar interprets contemporary Japanese cuisine mixed with the authentic influences of Chinese ingredients to create a three-part menu of dim sum, sushi and wok entrées. The stylish glass-encased rooftop atrium overlooks downtown Delray Beach and sets the tone for sophisticated Asian-influenced dining with luxurious marble, wood and tile accents while low-lit candles create an intimate atmosphere. Call for reservations.

Where to find fashion, merchandise mentioned this issue

Efes Bistro Fish & Grill House 8903 Glades Road, Boca Raton, 561488-8883. Turkish cuisine at its finest, personally prepared and served in a cozy, intimate atmosphere by the chef/owner. A flawless dining experience. Reviewed 8/12/11. – C.L.

Daoud’s Fine Jewelry, 2473 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-565-2734, www.daouds.com.

Max’s Grille 404 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 561-368-0080. This mostly dependable mainstay features something for everyone and an always bustling patio. Moderate-expensive. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. Reviewed 5/27/11. – J.T.

Levinson Jewelers, 888 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-462-8880, www.levinsonjewelers.com

} New York Prime

2350 NW Executive Center Drive, Boca Raton, 561-998-3881, www. newyorkprime.com. New York Prime is the true steakhouse experience. We serve only the very best USDA Grade Prime for every cut of beef, including filet mignon. Our triple-cut lamb chops, double-rib veal chops and live Maine lobsters are also best sellers. Serving Dinner 7 nights from 5-11 p.m.

King Jewelers, 18265 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305-935-4900, www.Kings1912.com.

Neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour Shops, Bal Harbour, 305-865-6161; Town Center at Boca Raton, 561-417-5151; The Galleria, Fort Lauderdale, 954-566-6666; 151 Worth Ave., Palm Beach, 561-805-6150, www.neimanmarcus.com. Swarovski, Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., 305-935-2440. Zola Keller, 818 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-462-3222, www.zolakeller.com


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HIT AND MYTH More than 100 pieces of world art – from Native American robes to Grecian urns – elevate a Lowe Art Museum exhibition to mythic proportions. “Myth must be kept alive. The people who can keep it alive are the artists of one kind or another.”

Those words were written by Joseph Campbell, the late educator, writer, lecturer and master of comparative mythology. They’ve been taken to heart by the curators at the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum. Drawing from the Lowe’s own extensive collection, they have created Sacred Stories, Timeless Tales: The Mythic Traditions in World Art. The exhibition, which contains more than 100 pieces spanning the continents and the centuries, runs through Oct. 23. Grecian urns and Renaissance paintings tell tales of classical Western gods and heroes. Tapestries and sculptures depict pan-Asian and African deities. A contemporary Native American beaded robe depicts the raven, which brought light to the world. Myths deal not with concrete realities, but eternal truths. They help bridge the gap between humanity, and the unseen forces that shape destinies. —Kingsley Guy

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Artist: Beau Dick, Kwakwaka'wakw (Canada), b. 1955 Button Robe, 1988 wool, cashmere, cotton, dye, beads and haliotis buttons and plaques 59 3/4 x 71" Museum purchase through funds from Beaux Arts in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Lowe Art Museum


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A Bosch kitchen says taste in every way.

Invented for life Each Bosch home appliance offers innovative technology and world-class efficiency that are truly invented for Life. Now imagine a kitchen full of thoughtful, ingeniously appointed products that give your kitchen a seamlessly integrated look and consistently superior performance. A Bosch kitchen can be flexible or custom fit. It can be for luxurious dinner parties or busy weeknight dinners. What it will never be, is anything less than tasteful.

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City & SHORE MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER/OCT. 2011  

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