Grandview Medical Center
The Wound Healing Center at Grandview Medical Center has an expert team of a dedicated wound-healing doctor, nurses and therapists.
Dr. Gebhart is the medical director and founder of the Grandview Wound Healing Center. He is a board certified Vascular Surgeon with a specialization in wound care. He has over 32 years of surgical and wound care experience and has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in both fields.
Previous to becoming a staff member of Grandview, Dr. Gebhart was the medical director and founder of the Dyersburg Regional Hospital Wound Center in Dyersburg, TN for three years. Prior to that he was the founder and medical director of the Wound Recovery Center of Sharon Regional Health System (SRHS) in Sharon, PA. He was an active staff member of SRHS for 18 years. His specialty again was vascular surgery and wound care. He received his medical degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University and completed both his internship and residency at Grandview Medical Center. His undergraduate studies were completed at the University of Dayton. Dr. Gebhart was a general and gynecological surgeon in the United States Navy before his vascular fellowship at the Arizona Heart Institute in Phoenix, AZ.
Dr. Gebhart returned to practice vascular surgery and wound care at Grandview Hospital in 2013. When not working, Dr. Gebhart enjoys relaxing and spending time with his wife Cindy, their two grown sons Brenden and Christopher, and two golden retrievers Mario and Crosby. He is an avid Pittsburgh Penguins hockey fan, and enjoys gardening, reading, and traveling.
Darrell Ballinger, DPM, ABPM, is a board certified podiatrist practicing in Huber Heights and Sugarcreek Township, serving the Dayton area as a podiatrist and surgeon for the past five years. He graduated from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine in 2010 and completed the Podiatric medicine and surgery program at Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center in 2013. He is active in education, teaching residents at Dayton Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Grandview Medical Center, and Soin Medical Center. He believes that no one should walk in pain, and is dedicated to working with primary care physicians and vascular specialists to ensure patients have the best care available.
Dr. Ballinger has been in Dayton for the past 8 years with his wife Tammy, his son Bishop, and with dogs Sonora and Cyril. When not working, Dr. Ballinger enjoys playing soccer on Sundays. He also enjoys audiobooks and family walks.