Our congratulations goes out to our very own Dr. John Seyerle, who was just named a “Top Doc” in Allergy & Immunology by Cincinnati Magazine again. We’re thrilled that Dr. Seyerle was recognized by his peers for providing excellent care to his patients.
So, just how does someone get chosen to be a Top Doc? Cincinnati Magazine undergoes a very thorough process, starting with surveys that are sent to 6,000 area physicians with current licenses in Hamilton, Warren, Butler, Clermont, Boone, Campbell, Kenton, and Dearborn counties, asking them to tell the magazine whom they would turn to if “you, a family member, or a friend needed medical attention.” They could not nominate themselves.
From that survey, 768 physicians in 51 specialties were named. Doctors on that list received at least seven votes from their peers. Cincinnati Magazine checked the results against state medical board records to ensure that their list did not include any doctors against whom the state has brought a formal action.
Dr. Seyerle and his wife attended the Top Docs ceremony recently, where all of the Top Doc award recipients were honored.
As a sweet surprise, the night even included Top Doc cookies.
Dr. Seyerle is Board Certified by the American Board of Allergy/Immunology. He is a member of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology and the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI). He is currently on the Board of Directors for the Advocacy Council of the ACAAI and is an alternate delegate to the AMA. He previously was on the Board of Directors for the Joint Council of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology and on the Board of Regents for ACAAI. Dr. Seyerle completed medical school, pediatric residency, and fellowship at The Ohio State University. He has also served as a General Medical Officer in the United States Navy. Dr. Seyerle lives in Wyoming, Ohio with his wife and two daughters.
Again, congratulations, Dr. Seyerle! To schedule an appointment with either of our board certified allergists at any of our five locations, go here.