Washingtonian Top Doctors 2016
WASHINGTON, D.C – Unity Health Care (Unity) is pleased to announce the inclusion of five doctors in Washingtonian Magazine Top Doctors 2016. Each year, Washingtonian Magazine “invites physicians in DC, Maryland, and Virginia to nominate colleagues, in each of 40 specialties, whom they trust to provide care for their patients.” Below are the medical doctors from Unity selected to appear in the ‘Top Doc’ listing.
Andrea Anderson, M.D., FAAFP, a board certified Family Physician is Unity’s Director of Family Medicine and a Core Faculty member for the National Family Medicine Residency. Fluent in Spanish, her interests include early childhood literacy, immigrant healthcare, and promoting leadership and advocacy for vulnerable populations. Dr. Anderson has been a physician with Unity since 2004.
Ryan Buchholz, M.D. is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and serves as Unity’s Medical Director for Quality Improvement. Dr. Buchholz currently practices at the Upper Cardozo Health Center and has been a physician with Unity since 2009.
Robert Holman, M.D. is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases and currently serves as Unity's Discipline Director of Internal Medicine. Dr. Holman has been a physician with Unity since 2013 practicing at Brentwood Health Center.
Robert Zarr, M.D. is a board certified Pediatrician. His special interest is in public health, immigrant health, and preventive medicine. Dr. Zarr is also a Park Rx Advisor for the National Park Service and practices at the Upper Cardozo Health Center. Dr. Zarr has been a physician with Unity since 2003.
Aviva Zyskind, M.D. is a board certified Family Physician and sees patients at Unity’s Upper Cardozo Health Center. Her special interests include care for teens, immigrants, underserved populations, diabetics and women. Dr. Zyskind has been a physician with Unity since 2000.
“We are very excited to have five of our physicians included in Washingtonian’s Top Doctors of 2016. Even better is that our physicians are representing the field of community health and are contributing to and making significant impact to communities that traditionally have been underserved socially and medically.” states Unity President and CEO, Vincent A. Keane.