Melbourne, FL (PRWEB)
September 19, 2017
Only a few physicians were selected to receive the prestigious 2016 Patients’ Choice Award, and this year’s honorees include Brevard’s own Ross A. Clevens, MD, FACS. The founder and medical director of Clevens Face and Body Specialists, Dr. Clevens is a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon who trained at Yale, Harvard and the University of Michigan. He has served patients throughout Central Florida and beyond for the past 20 years, providing facial rejuvenation procedures including facelift, eyelid surgery and his signature Laser Assisted Weekend Necklift™. Dr. Clevens is a noted author, speaker, educator, and innovator in the field of facial plastic surgery.
Only doctors who received top ratings and reviews by their patients are awarded Vitals Patients’ Choice Award. With more than 8 million ratings and reviews, Vitals has the largest collection of crowd-sourced data on doctors online.
“Being recognized with the Patients’ Choice Award by Vitals is an incredible honor, and is especially meaningful to me because it’s based on patient satisfaction with the quality of care received at our practice,” says Dr. Clevens. “Our team is very passionate about providing an exceptional patient experience, and I’m so grateful to our patient family for trusting us to help them look and feel their best.”
While other quality metrics are important to consider, patient ratings and reviews help identify doctors committed to providing skilled and compassionate care. Those are qualities that can’t be overlooked: a strong doctor-patient relationship leads to better compliance with care regimes which impacts patient health.
“Overall, we know people are looking for doctors that listen to them and give them a say in decisions about their own health,” said Mitch Rothschild, Founder and Executive Chairman of Vitals. “Thanks to the millions of people in the Vitals community, it’s easier to recognize the doctors who are doing good by doing well by their patients.”
Vitals Patients’ Choice winners are chosen based on the number and overall rating a doctor receives from patients for the calendar year. The algorithm also takes into account other quality metrics the provider must meet. All told, only 7 percent of doctors were eligible for a Vitals…