Mistrot, Daniel Paul, MD

Affiliated with Novant Health
4.83 out of 5 | 196 reviews
Colon and Rectal Surgery
Novant Health Colon & Rectal Clinic - Clemmons
(336) 277-4075
Ratings
4.83
Overall rating
4.26
Administration and Staff
4.56
Medically Informed Visit
4.71
Bedside Manner
4.70
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Comments
Patient Comments 32 reviews
September 09, 2022
Dr Mistrot was very caring and explained in detail what he thought was best for me!
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina

August 13, 2022
Very nice and respectful people
-Patient in ELKIN, North Carolina

August 13, 2022
Great Experience
-Patient in KERNERSVILLE, North Carolina

July 23, 2022
My questions were answered, and I was given good advice about my upcoming operation.
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina

July 22, 2022
My first time there and was being seen due to cancer discovered in my colon. They were supportive and answered my questions and may me feel better about my diagnosis.
-Patient in WINSTON SALEM, North Carolina



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Practice locations
Novant Health Pelvic Health Center - Winston-Salem
(336) 718-1970


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Education


Medical School:
Creighton University School of Medicine
(2014)

Residency:
Creighton University Medical Center-St. Joseph's H 2019

Fellowship:
Michigan State University 2020

Board Certifications:
Colon and Rectal Surgery
General Surgery


Learn More
As a surgeon, my father modeled a career in medicine my whole life. On a medical mission trip in college, I had the unique experience of assisting him in the operating room. That moment sparked my passion for medicine. Then, while I was in medical school, my family led me to the path I currently walk. My uncle, with whom I was very close, died from severe ulcerative colitis. Witnessing his suffering firsthand helped me hone my focus toward colorectal surgery.

Today, I am board-certified in general surgery and colorectal surgery. For my professional development, I am also a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society.

Because my surgical career is so close to home for me, I think of each patient as a family member. Developing this close and trusting relationship helps me work with them individually to create the best treatment plan. Many of the conditions I treat are sensitive in nature, so as their provider, I place a strong emphasis on respect, privacy and understanding.

Outside of the operating room, I am conducting research as part of a clinical trial evaluating new technologies for bowel surgeries.

In my free time, I love swimming, reading, being an active member of my church and spending time with my family. Together, we love to go on runs, bike rides and nature walks.

Gender: Male