Physicians

Wilson C. Choy, M.D.

Dr. Choy has been praticing in southern Delaware since 1996, where he performs more than 400 joint replacements a year at Beebe Healthcare in addition to practicing general orthopedics. He was the first surgeon in the area to perform the procedures known as the "mini" total hip incision, and the overnight-stay partial knee replacement.

He has given numerous educational seminars to the general public at community events, to physical therapy and nursing students in the community, and to fellow physicians. He has been a guest lecturer in seminars sponsored by the Arthritis Foundation, Easter Seals, Nursing Associations, Pharmaceutical companies, Physical Therapy companies, and Beebe Medical Foundation.

In the August 1998 issue of Delaware Today, Dr. Choy was featured as one of the "Top Docs" in the State of Delaware. Since that first introduction, he continues to be nominated into every "Top Docs" issue by his fellow peers of physician in the State of Delaware. In addition, he has gained recognition from getting the "Patient's Choice" award for 2010.

Beebe Medical Center has grown to meet the demands of its' community and Dr Wilson Choy has served as an active participant in more than seven different committees to help in it's expansion. He is now proud to serve as a Medical Executive Committee member at Beebe Healthcare. He has helped to established a strong orthopaedic program at Beebe Healthcare and has garnered national recognition for its' achievements.

William J. Barrish, M.D.

Dr. Barrish has practiced in Southern Delaware since 2001. As a Board Certified Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation specialist, he utilizes non-surgical interventions to treat patients with various musculoskeletal and neurologic conditions, including overuse injuries, arthritis, sports and work-related injuries, neck and back pain, and peripheral nerve conditions. Dr. Barrish also has extensive experience performing EMG/Nerve Conduction Studies to diagnose radiculopathy, sciatica, peripheral neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other disorders of the peripheral nerves.

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