Bayhealth Welcomes Gregory A. Daut, MD

4Bayhealth Orthopaedics, with offices in Dover, Milford and Smyrna, is pleased to welcome orthopaedic surgeon Gregory A. Daut, MD. The practice is now accepting new patients. The practice is part of the Bayhealth Medical Group, a partnership of highly trained physicians, their clinical staff, and an administrative support team that operates practices throughout central and southern Delaware.

“We are excited that Dr. Daut has joined our practice,” said Trinity Pilkington, MD, also of Bayhealth Orthopaedics. “With the addition of Dr. Daut, we are responding to the growing need for advanced orthopaedic care in our area.” The practice also includes Drs. Eileen Crawford, Johnathan Kates, Gabriel Lewullis, Trinity Pilkington, and D. Ishu Singh.

Dr. Daut earned his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, and completed an orthopaedic surgical residency at UPMC Hamot and Shriner’s Hospital in Erie, PA. He continued his orthopaedic training, specializing in orthopaedic trauma at Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, NC.

In addition to providing expertise in complex trauma cases, Dr. Daut is proficient at performing hip and knee joint replacements and post traumatic arthritic joint replacements. He will also serve the general orthopaedic population.
A former collegiate rugby athlete, Dr. Daut played for his undergraduate alma mater Duke University. He and his wife, Alexys recently moved to Delaware with their young family. Bayhealth Orthopaedics offers locations in Dover, Milford and Smyrna. To schedule an appointment, call 302-730-4366. For more information, visit www.bayhealth.org.

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