Dr. Paul Daum, M.D. is a board certified OB/GYN doctor who has been in solo private practice for over three decades. He practiced at Methodist Charlton for 22 years and when the new Methodist Mansfield Medical Center opened in 2006, he moved his Mansfield Miracles practice to the new facility.
Dr. Daum, M.D. is a solo practitioner with direct one on one patient care, he doesn't use nurse practitioners or PA's. His emphasis throughout his career has been on personalized patient care and active patient participation through education and understanding. Direct attentive compassionate patient contact is the hallmark of his practice.
Dr. Daum, M.D. delivers babies, does his own in office 2D and 3D sonograms as a part of every pregnancy. He loves delivering babies, and both low and high risk pregnancies are welcome. Vaginal birth after cesarean section is encouraged. He plans to continue to deliver babies well into the future.
As a gynecologist, Dr. Daum, M.D. is well versed in all forms of contraception, dealing with period problems, pain and sexual issues. As a surgeon, he is skilled in minimally invasive vaginal, laparoscopic and hysteroscopic surgery and has been part of innovation of many new and progressive procedures.
Surgery is a mutual decision and Dr. Daum, M.D. explores all options with patients who need surgical procedures.
Dr. Paul Daum, M.D. was born in Kansas, moved to Texas in 1970. He graduated from Texas Lutheran college and attended medical school at UT Southwestern in Dallas. He did his residency education at St. Paul Hospital, which at the that time was the private hospital for the Medical School.
He has two adult children, Brian and Lindsey. He is a Christian, but open to providing OB/GYN care for women of all races, religions, and preferences.
He has played golf since he was 8, and still is very enthusiastic about golf, and enjoys outdoor activities, especially landscape gardening.
Dr. Daum, M.D. graduated from college Magna cum Laude in chemistry, won awards in residency for academic achievements, and has twice served as department Chairperson for OB/GYN.
He has served as President of the Medical Staff at Methodist Charlton, Board of Trustees of Methodist Charlton, and Physician Board of Directors and Chairman of Credentialing for Dallas Methodist Physician Network.
He is currently a member of the Methodist Mansfield Women's Services Steering Committee and he loves his profession; something you will notice as he shares that enthusiasm with all of his OB/GYN patients.