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Diversified Boasts Five Top Docs for 2018

5280 Magazine’s List of Top Doctors Contains Five from Diversified Radiology

For the past 25 years, 5280 magazine has conducted a unique survey of Denver-area physicians. The goal: To find out which doctors are trusted most by their physician peers. The List is published annualy and in 2018, Diversified Radiology boasts five Top Docs; more than any other radiology practice in the area.

To be recognized among the 10,000+ Denver-area physicians as the top in their field is a great distinction. As such, Diversified Radiology is proud to honor Sean Bryant, MD (Neuroradiology), Peder Horner, MD (Vascular & Interventional Radiology), Jennifer Kemp, MD (Diagnostic Radiology), Craig Kornbluth, MD (Diagnostic Radiology) and Lisa Niebergall, MD (Pediatric Radiology).


Dr. Bryant, Diversified Radiology’s President, is now on The List for 13 consecutive years. This is Dr. Kornbluth’s tenth year of recognition, and Dr. Kemp, Diversified’s Vice President, has now been honored for a ninth year. 2018 marks the third straight year of selection for Dr. Horner and Dr. Niebergall.

In order to determine which doctors get on The List, according to, the survey asks physicians, “…specialty by specialty, which metro-area physicians they would trust to treat themselves and their families. Our theory is that medical professionals are best qualified to judge other medical professionals.” Every metro-area physician with a valid Colorado medical license is encouraged to participate.

Diversified’s dedication and focus on delivering truly subspecialized care is demonstrated by having Top Doctor representation in four medical specialty categories: Neuroradiology, Vascular & Interventional Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology and Pediatric Radiology. The practice also places a heavy emphasis on collaborating with its hospital partners and physician community in developing best practices across the continuum of care.

Take a look at all of our radiologists here.