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Dr. Bilof is a NJ Monthly Top Doctor Again in 2013!


Dr. Bilof is on the Cover of the 2013 New Jersey Monthly Top Doc Issue and prominently featured in the cover article ‘Bariatric Surgery: Solving More than Weight Issues’

Dr. Bilof is honored, once again, and voted, by his peers, as a Top Doc from New Jersey Monthly magazine’s annual poll of NJ based physicians. Dr. Bilof has been selected in 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2008. We are proud that Dr. Bilof is recognized by his peers throughout the state. To Dr. Bilof’s patients – he is a Top Doc all-year around. Dr. Bilof congratulates his 973 fellow physicians chosen as Top Doctor in the 2013 edition of New Jersey Monthly Magazine. Why would you now want to deal with top bariatric surgeons in NJ.

Here’s how the survey from NJ Monthly was conducted for this year’s Selection of Top Docs:

NJ Monthly asked 23,713 New Jersey doctors to tell us which of their fellow doctors they consider New Jersey’s best doctors. The result: Our 2013 list of the state’s 974 Top Doctors, as chosen by their peers. New Jersey Monthly commissioned an independent survey by Leflein Associates, a New Jersey-owned research firm in Ringwood. A total of 23,713 New Jersey-based doctors were invited to give their recommendations for this year’s list.

On January 25, a questionnaire was mailed to all New Jersey-based physicians who have been licensed by the state for at least five years. The mailing list, which is used by the state Board of Medical Examiners for licensing purposes, was obtained from the New Jersey Department of Consumer Affairs. Respondents could return the original paper questionnaire or complete the questionnaire online. Web survey participants were required to enter their license numbers to avoid duplicate voting. Overall, 1,083 mail and 3,785 web responses were received. A check for non-duplication and invalid or duplicate license numbers prevented ballot stuffing. Photocopies, duplicate online entries, and surveys from ineligible participants were disqualified.

In the end, 4,019 non-duplicated responses were validated for use in the survey for a response rate of 20 percent.

Once all the eligible votes were tallied, doctors with sufficient votes were placed on a preliminary list. A handful of doctors then were excluded because of prior disciplinary actions. Next, the preliminary list was submitted for professional review to a panel of 25 doctors. The doctors on the panel were chosen from among top vote getters in last year’s survey. In the review process, the final list of 974 Top Doctors was determined, representing 68 medical specialties.

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