Doctor joins Beaufort Memorial Lady’s Island Internal Medicine

Beaufort Memorial Hospital welcomes Robert Vyge, MD to Beaufort Memorial Physician Partners and to the hospital’s medical staff.

A board certified internal medicine specialist, Dr. Vyge will be joining Drs. Philip Cusumano and M. Randy Dalbow at Lady’s Island Internal Medicine upon completion of their new offices on Sea Island Parkway in September.

Robert Vyge, MD
Robert Vyge, MD

In the meantime, Dr. Vyge is currently seeing patients at Beaufort Memorial Coastal Care MD on Ribaut Road. Call 522-7240 for information or an appointment.

Dr. Vyge recently moved to Beaufort with his wife Pamela and three daughters from Marion, SC, where he had been in private practice for several years and was associated with Carolinas Hospital, serving as president of the medical staff there.

Dr. Vyge earned a medical degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, Ireland, then completed internships in general medicine, nephrology, urology and otolaryngology at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin and a residency in internal medicine at St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Bridgeport, CT, where he was chief resident in internal medicine.

“We are indeed fortunate to have Dr. Vyge join our team at Beaufort Memorial,” said Sam Derrick, Executive Director of Beaufort Memorial Physician Partners.  “Having an internist with his background and experience will certainly benefit the health of people in our community.”

Beaufort Memorial Physician Partners is a multi-specialty physician group that includes specialists in primary care, general and vascular surgery, orthopedics and gastroenterology. From annual health checkups to complex surgery and medical management, Beaufort Memorial Physician Partners brings together the finest physicians and medical resources to give patients the best health outcomes and the highest level of service. To learn more visit www.bmhsc.org.

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