“Having the opportunity to help people is an experience I wouldn’t trade for anything.”
Dr. Daryl Fish decided to pursue pediatric
gastroenterology during his internship.
“I trained with doctors who could see the
‘whole picture’ in diagnosing and treating
a wide range of disorders, with a healthy
child as the end result.”
Dr. Fish diagnoses and provides care for
children and adolescents with digestive
system, liver or nutritional problems such
as abdominal pain, colorectal disorders,
gastritis, hepatitis and pancreatitis. He
also treats feeding problems, swallowing
difficulties and other intestinal problems.
“A medical condition shouldn’t define
who a child is,” he said. “It is a privilege
to address the concerns of children and
families and meet their needs.” He also provides outreach care at the Clinic’s Wausau and Chippewa centers.
Dr. Fish joined Marshfield Clinic in 2005.
He earned his medical degree in osteopathic medicine at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine & Surgery, Missouri. He completed an internship at Genesys Regional Medical Center, Grand Blanc, Michigan, and his residency in pediatrics at Marshfield Clinic/
Ministry Saint Joseph’s Hospital. His fellowship in pediatric gastroenterology was completed at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. Taking a special
interest in understanding disease associations
and patterns, Dr. Fish earned his master of public health degree from Loma Linda
University School of Public Health, California. He is board certified in pediatrics and pediatric gastroenterology.
Dr. Fish and his wife, Julie, have three children. He enjoys spending time with his family and traveling.