Two University of Utah doctors aren't just good doctors - they're good Good Housekeeping doctors.

Heart surgeon William Gay and ophthalmologist Richard Anderson were named to the women's magazine's "400 Best Doctors in America."Gay is vice president for health sciences at the U., and a professor and chairman of the U. medical school's department of surgery.

Anderson is a professor of ophthalmolgy at the medical School and director of oculoplastic, orbital and oncologic surgery.


"It's going to be great coming back. I have a lot of friends here and it will be great to see all the guys . . . But when you say coming back home, well, home is in Utah. I'm not going to be going home until next Monday night." - Jeff Malone on playing against his former team, the Washington Bullets.

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