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WHCPC Welcomes Dr. Carrye Troyer Daum

Meet Dr. Carrye Troyer Daum, or, if you’re from this area, perhaps you’ve already met her. An Evansville native, Dr. Daum is a second generation Ob/Gyn at WHCPC. She is the daughter of WHCPC’s highly-respected Brenda A. Troyer, M.D., FACOG. Dr. Daum shares, “My interest in Ob/Gyn began in my childhood, with my mother as a role model. Her intelligence, compassion, relationships with patients, and the joy that Ob/Gyn brought her inspired me to follow in her footsteps.” Dr. Daum adds, “Being a mother myself, I have a special interest in obstetrics and sharing these important milestones with my patients and their families. However, I also value the opportunity to care for women through all stages of their lives.”

Dr. Daum, a graduate of Indiana University School of Medicine, completed her residency at University of South Carolina Palmetto Health Center. She looks forward to reconnecting with her hometown roots and practicing in the community that, in her own words, “raised her.” Welcome home, Dr. Daum!

Dr. Carrye Troyer Daum is accepting patients. Please call (812) 858-4600 .

Office location: The Women’s Hospital – Suite 2400 – 4199 Gateway Blvd. – Newburgh, IN 47630

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When it comes to women’s health issues, it is important to find the right group of healthcare professionals. Here at Women’s Health Care, P.C. we offer highly skilled healthcare professionals and advanced technologies to care for you over the long term. Call us today to make your appointment or share us with your family and friends! Every woman deserves the right healthcare professional!

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