Bayhealth ENT welcomes new physician assistant to Dover practice

Posted 12/6/22

DOVER —Bayhealth welcomes Physician Assistant Breanna Hollifield, PA-C, to help care for the ear, nose and throat (ENT) needs in the community.

She joins Catherine Wright, MD; David …

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Bayhealth ENT welcomes new physician assistant to Dover practice

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DOVER —Bayhealth welcomes Physician Assistant Breanna Hollifield, PA-C, to help care for the ear, nose and throat (ENT) needs in the community.

She joins Catherine Wright, MD; David Roberson, MD; and Robert Nadratowski, PA-C; in the Bayhealth ENT, Dover practice. Ms. Hollifield is currently accepting new patients.  

The practice is part of Bayhealth Medical Group, a partnership of highly trained physicians and advanced practice clinicians, their staff, and an administrative support team that operates medical offices throughout central and southern Delaware.

“We’re excited to add a highly-trained physician assistant to our Bayhealth ENT team,” said Bayhealth Vice President, Physician Services and Clinical Integration Lawrence Ward, MD, MPH, FACP. “Breanna will help us meet the high demand for this type of specialty care in our area. She’ll see patients for everything from chronic ear or sinus infections to allergy problems and vertigo.” 

Ms. Hollifield earned her Master of Physician Assistant Medicine from the University of Lynchburg in Virginia. There she participated in the Virginia Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Scholars Program, helping underserved communities while gaining clinical experience with a range of health concerns.

She sees patients at the Bayhealth ENT, Dover practice at 826 South Governors Avenue. To learn more visit Bayhealth.org/Medical-Group or call 302-674-3752. 

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