Its a crapshoot.
Lawyers have a book where they peer review each other. Most are Bs & Cs and you want to be able to afford an A lister. Doctors need a book like that.
I don't know that their print book "Best Doctors of the SE" will be too dated to help you (published out of Aikens, GA) but I'm sure they have a web site.I found their book in the reference section of the neighborhood library.
I interviewed 8 oncologists before choosing one who, as it turned out, was named in the book. This was before buildings took to turning off the hot water (how insane is that in an office where sick people use the lavatories?) but at least one oncologist simply had a dirty office floor. Did not seem right. I don't want to be in filth when I'm not feeling well or even when I am well for that matter. The man I chose was bright and pleasant and attentive when speaking with you.