General Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
"A benefit of my training is the ability to take a family-centered approach to the practice of medicine by caring for all members of a family. The possibility of being the primary care physician for the entire life of an individual is a desirable and unique opportunity."
4200 Savannah Drive
DeForest, WI 53532
Dr. Gyorog enjoys a patient panel with variety – from newborns to geriatrics. He feels that his services can fill a gap with adolescents that are too young for Internal Medicine, but too old for Pediatrics (age 12-30). He also has an interest in pediatric patients with congenital problems (e.g. congenital heart disease, cystic fibrosis, cerebral palsy) who will require continued care as adults.
Dr. Gyorog puts his patients at the center of all he does. He is detail-oriented and takes the time to talk – and most importantly listen – to his patients. He understands that patients are often frustrated when there’s a delay in receiving diagnostic results, so he makes it a priority to respond quickly when results are available. Dr. Gyorog knows that his primary duty is to work with his patients and address their concerns. He believes in holding conversations with patients, not just dictating treatment recommendations. Dr. Gyorog treats his patients with deep respect, whether it’s in terms of open communication, timely response to questions, or just being prompt for patient appointments.
Due to his Internal Medicine/Pediatrics specialty, Dr. Gyorog is happy to offer combined parent/child visits, which works well for today’s busy family. He enjoys working with entire families, and looks forward to caring for future generations.
Outside of work, Dr. Gyorog enjoys Badger sporting events, outdoor activities (including hiking, boating, fishing, disc golfing, and running), spending time with his wife and friends, and traveling.