Dr. Charles Whitney of Revolutionary Health Services Named “One of the Best of Bucks”

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Charles Whitney, MD owner of Revolutionary Health Services in Washington Crossing, was recently named runner-up in the best physician category by the Bucks County Courier Times.

The "Best of Bucks" is an annual poll of Bucks County Courier Times subscribers who select the "Best of Bucks" from 130 categories including food and entertainment, services and shopping.

According to Dr. Whitney, “Being recognized as one of Bucks County’s best physicians is a great honor, given that our community has such an impressive network of highly-qualified healthcare professionals.”

After the readers’ poll was tabulated, Dr. Whitney came in second to Dr. George Cautilli, an orthopedic surgeon who was an orthopedic resident while Dr. Whitney was an intern at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. “I think it’s great that two doctors who came up through the same system are being recognized as “Best of Bucks” physicians. Congratulations, Dr. Cautilli!”

2013 has been a year of professional recognition for Dr. Whitney who is double board certified in the specialties of family medicine and sports medicine. In March, he was named one of America's “Top Docs” in concierge medicine, also known as direct primary care medicine by the editors of Concierge Medicine Today (CMT). Dr. Whitney was the only physician in Pennsylvania to receive this award.

Dr. Whitney is also prominently featured as a medical expert in the public service documentary entitled “Say Ah-h-h!” which examines the critical links between oral health and overall physical health. The documentary will be shown at private theater screenings beginning in October.

About Charles Whitney, MD and Revolutionary Health Services:

Dr. Charles Whitney graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia in 1990 and completed his family practice residency at the David Grant United States Air Force Medical Center. He is double board certified in the specialties of family medicine and sports medicine. His experience includes seven years as an Air Force physician and seven years in the University of Pennsylvania Health System before establishing his own direct primary care practice, Revolutionary Health Services in 2003. Dr. Whitney is a former vice president of the American Academy of Private Physicians (AAPP), a nonprofit organization founded in 2003 for the purpose of supporting and fueling the growth of medical practices that provide personalized direct primary care. For more information, visit http://www.RevolutionaryHealthServices.com. Follow Revolutionary Health Services on Facebook.

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