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Bassett Physicians Included

In ‘Best Doctors’ Database

Dr. Richstmeier
Dr. Richstmeier
Dr. Resnick
Dr. Resnick
Dr. Raddatz
Dr. Raddatz

COOPERSTOWN – Bassett physicians Donald A. Raddatz, Steven D. Resnick and William J. Richtsmeier have been selected for inclusion in the Best Doctors in America 2015 database.  

Dr. Raddatz  is board certified in internal medicine and rheumatology and division chief of rheumatology at Bassett Medical Center. He received a BMS degree at Dartmouth Medical School and his medical degree from University of Minnesota Medical School. Dr. Raddatz completed his internship, residency and fellowship through University of Minnesota Affiliated Hospitals. He is active in clinical research, and has practiced at Bassett for 33 years. He sees patients at Bassett Medical Center and at Bassett’s Herkimer Health Center.

Dr. Resnick is board certified in dermatology, with subspecialty board certification in pediatric dermatology. He is the division chief of dermatology at Bassett Medical Center and is medical director of Bassett’s Hartwick Seminary Specialty Services. He received his medical degree at Yale University School of Medicine and completed an internship at University of Washington Affiliated Hospitals and a residency and fellowship in dermatology and pediatric dermatology at University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Resnick has been with Bassett since 1995.

Dr. Richtsmeier began his medical career at Bassett more than 30 years ago as otolaryngologist-in-chief. He was chief of Head and Neck Oncology in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine before joining Duke University Medical Center in 1992, where he was professor and chief of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Dr. Richtsmeier rejoined Bassett in 1999 as chief of the division of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. Dr. Richtsmeier was director of the Bassett Cancer Institute from 2007-2010. Twice, Dr. Richtsmeier received a Presidential Citation from the American Head and Neck Society, the surgical oncology society for treatment of cancers of the head and neck.

Approximately 53,000 physicians are named to the database as being the top in their fields and most qualified for reviewing and treating complex medical conditions. 

 

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