- medical school: University of Wisconsin
- residency: Pediatric residency, University of Minnesota
- fellowship: Pediatric endocrinology/diabetology, Indiana University, Indianapolis
- board certification: Pediatrics and pediatric endocrinology
Dr. Breyer is chief, division of endocrinology at Dayton Children’s and an assistant professor of pediatrics at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. He thinks of his patients as family, and enjoys watching them grow up and reach their goals.
Dr. Breyer attended University of Wisconsin for his undergraduate degree and medical school. From there, he moved to University of Minnesota to complete an internship and his residency in pediatrics. He did his fellowship in pediatric endocrinology at Indiana University.
Get to know more amazing things about Dr. Breyer! For example, Dr. Breyer knew he wanted to be a doctor by the fourth grade, used to be an avid skateboarder, and recently learned all about the game Fortnite!
If you have already seen a provider in the endocrinology clinic at Dayton Children’s and need to schedule a follow-up appointment, please log in to MyKidsChart to schedule directly with your provider or call 937-641-4000. If you do not have a MyKidsChart account click here.
Scheduling in-person appointments for new endocrinology patients only. For diabetes/prediabetes patients, patients with concerns about weight gain, or patients with a known genetic condition, please call 937-641-3487.
I chose endocrinology because of the variety of interesting conditions that we treat.
I chose Dayton Children's Hospital since it was a small, free standing hospital that offers the best, personalized care in the area.
Dayton Children's is special due to its smaller size that makes the care feel more personalized, and visiting this hospital more patient-friendly.