Dr. Gildardo Andres Ceballos has been named OakBend Medical Center’s 2016 Physician of the Year. The presentation was made at the annual physician party held this year in the Atrium at the Jackson Street Campus.
The hospital received several nominations for the Physician of the Year award, and Dr. Ceballos was praised for his support of the OakBend Medical Center and the OakBend Medical Group and its staff and for being someone who is warm and friendly and smiles at everyone he encounters.
The Physician of the Year award, OakBend’s highest recognition, is presented annually to one outstanding physician who possesses significant practice experience, compassion, kindness and sincerity that translate not only to their patients, but to their nurses and other staff members that work closely with them. These physicians look and act professional at all times and are a role model both professionally and personally.
According to Donna Ferguson, VP and COO of OakBend Medical Group, “Dr. Ceballos is not one to speak negative or promote negative behavior, he always looks to resolve issues in a positive and collaborative manner. His excellence shows in his patients who trust and admire him, he has the ability to make each patient feel as they are special.”
Dr. Ceballos is board certified in internal medicine and his style of practice is to be attentive to his patient’s needs while providing education and care. Dr. Ceballos is a Fort Bend County resident who speaks fluent Spanish as well as English.
A stunned Dr. Ceballos stated, “This was a surprise to me I wasn’t expecting this. I’m very proud of OakBend and of all of the physicians here. We are here for the patients and I thank all of the doctors and specialists for what they do. I am really excited about receiving this award.”
“Dr. Ceballos is a warm and genuine person as well as a warm and caring doctor. He is extremely deserving of the Physician of the Year Award,” stated Joe Freudenberger, CEO of OakBend Medical Center. “He is a hard worker and dedicated to his patients and to this community. His patients adore him and his colleagues respect him.”