Dr. Scott Miller Named One of America’s Top Doctors for Cancer

February 20, 2013 (Atlanta)—Dr. Scott Miller is one of America’s Top Doctors for Cancer in the 2013 listing from Castle Connolly.

Called America’s trusted source for identifying top doctors, Castle Connolly surveys thousands of physicians and other healthcare professionals annually and asks them to identify excellent doctors in every specialty in their region and throughout the nation.

In addition to mail and online surveys, the Castle Connolly physician-led research team makes thousands of phone calls each year, talking with leading specialists, chairs of clinical departments and vice presidents of medical affairs, seeking to identify top specialists for most diseases and procedures.

Doctors cannot and do not pay to be listed in any Castle Connolly guide to top doctors. They are selected based on nominations by their peers and reviewed by Castle Connolly’s physician-directed research team.

Dr. Miller said, “I’m honored to be included in the Castle Connolly list, especially considering the nomination comes directly from respected colleagues.”

Scott D. Miller, MD is widely recognized as a pioneer in the field of laparoscopic and robotic surgery techniques. Dr. Miller coined the term LapaRobotics because of the special and unique ways in which the two techniques have come together in his treatment of urological conditions. He is consistently named one of America’s Top Doctors, top 1% Nationally by U.S. News and World Report. Dr. Miller graduated from the Medical College of Georgia and completed his urologic residency at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. He has been board-certified by the American Board of Urology since 1997. Dr. Miller is continually committed to the education of others through peer-reviewed journal and book chapter publications, hands-on teaching, scientific presentations, and founding the nonprofit, ProstAware that uses music and technology to raise prostate cancer awareness. For more information, visit scottdmillermd.com.