31 Aug David Bayne, MD, Joins Gastroenterology Team at OMC
Dr. Bayne brings additional experienced gastroenterological care to the Olympic Peninsula.
Olympic Medical Center welcomes David Bayne, MD, to the gastroenterology team. Bayne joined Olympic Medical Physicians this summer and will provide gastrointestinal care to patients on the Olympic Peninsula.
Dr. Bayne received his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University in Tempe. After earning his Bachelor of Science degree, he attended medical school at University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha, earning his Doctor of Medicine in 2016. Dr. Bayne completed his residency at Brown University’s Rhode Island Hospital, followed by a three-year fellowship at Mayo Clinic Arizona to specialize in gastroenterology. Following his fellowship, Dr. Bayne chose OMC to practice. “I was initially drawn to the Olympic Peninsula’s natural beauty and large variety of outdoor activities,” said Dr. Bayne. “The decision to move here was made even easier after interacting with the wonderful people at OMC and the community at large.”
Dr. Bayne credits his educational and professional experiences for giving him unique perspectives, which he brings to his patient care. “I thoroughly enjoy the procedural aspect of the GI tract as well as its complexity,” said Dr. Bayne. “The most rewarding aspect of patient care is alleviating a patient’s symptoms as well as performing life-saving procedures.” Bayne emphasizes that his patients can expect a visit that’s focused on teamwork. “My goal is to help you make the best medical decisions for you and your GI tract,” he said.
Dr. Bayne joins a gastroenterology team that includes Colin Wolslegel, DO, David Stinard, PA-C, and Fallon Clancy, PA-C. Dr. Bayne will see patients at the OMP specialty clinic in Port Angeles. For more information on services and hours, visit olympicmedical.org/services/gastroenterology.