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Internal Medicine

The physicians and mid-level providers of Wilmington Health Internal Medicine diagnose and treat non-surgical illnesses in adults. These providers will attend to primary healthcare needs including regular health examinations, preventive services, and addressing acute illnesses as they come up.

Prior authorization form requests available here.

Our Internal Medicine providers

Medical Center Drive
Paula Babiss, MD
Catherine Daum, MD
Jonathan Hines, MD
Kathryn Murphy, MD
Jonathan Staub, MD
Brian Webster, MD
Jill M. Finnegan, PA-C
Susan B. Thomas, GNP-BC, MSN, RN
Craig Webb, MHS, PA-C
Jeannine Guion, PA-C
Linda Leck, MS, FNP-C
Porters Neck - 8090 Market Street
Ashley Forystek, DO
John Pasquariello, MD
Mayfaire - 6781 Parker Farm Drive
Sandy S. Brannin, DO, FACOI
Kevin J. Brennan, MD
George Sylvestri, MD
Jamie Hamm, FNP-C
Arielle Walker, PA-C
Porters Neck - 8108-B Market Street
Dean Meisel, MD, FAAP
Yen-Lin Peng, MD, FAAP
Brunswick Forest
Patrick Tester, MD
Joshua Watson, DO
Karl Ziermann, DO
Samantha Olewnik, PA-C
Christopher McKibbin, MD
Silver Stream Lane
Emily Murtha, FNP-C
Paul Kamitsuka, MD, DTM&H
Monkey Junction - 5211 South College Road
Emily Poczontek, NP-C
Michael McWilliams, MD, FACC

Learn more about Internal Medicine

Acting as a patient's "primary" caretakers, the providers often function as the initial diagnosticians for our patients. Find out more.
Patient Forms
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DOT Exams
Craig Webb, PA-C, is a Certified Medical Examiner for Department of Transportation (DOT) exams. Find out more.
Clinical Research
Wilmington Health Internal Medicine has partnered with PMG Research, Inc. to allow our patients to participate in ongoing clinical trials. Find out more.