Dr. Ken Chapman

08Apr 2016

Congratulations to Dr. Kenneth B. Chapman on being named one of America’s Most Honored Professionals for 2016 by The American Registry! Out of hundreds of thousands of professionals evaluated and researched by The American Registry, Dr. Chapman is in the top 10%.

06Oct 2015


Please join us in congratulating Dr. Kenneth Chapman for once again being named by Super Doctors® as one of the top doctors in NYC for 2015. Also, congratulations to Dr. Kiran Patel, Dr. Keyvan Jahanbakhsh and Dr. Cameron Marshall who were all named 2015 Super Doctors® Rising Stars! Approximately 5% of the physicians within the region are named to Super Doctors® and no more than 2.5% are named to the Rising Stars list.


Inclusion in the Super Doctors® list is a multistage process. First, the research team compiles a list of peer nominations. To determine the most outstanding practitioners, they ask doctors, “Who would you choose if you needed medical treatment for yourself?” The research team also compiles a list of its own candidates. For inclusion on the list, doctors must demonstrate excellence in 10 different categories. These include:

  • Experience
  • Hospital appointments
  • Fellowships
  • Leadership
  • Academic achievements or positions
  • Professional outreach and activities
  • Certifications
  • Publications and speaking engagements
  • Awards
  • Additional accomplishments

Qualified doctors undergo a rigorous review and are ranked according to a points system. Only doctors with a high number of points can be included on the Super Doctors® list.

The selection process for Rising Stars and for Super Doctors are the same except:

  • To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, candidates must be active physicians who have been fully-licensed to practice for approximately 10 years or less.
  • A nominee’s accomplishments do not include years of experience.
13Feb 2014

Kenneth B. Chapman, M.D. has been named by New York, NY Super Doctors® as one of the top doctors in New York, NY for 2013. The number of doctors receiving this honor is limited to approximately five percent of the region’s active physicians.