Two New Primary Care Physicians Join Norwood Hospital

Dayna L. Anderson, MD
Dayna L. Anderson, MD
Norwood Hospital is pleased to welcome Dedham Internal Medicine physicians Dayna L. Anderson, MD, and John Breda, MD, to the medical staff. Their new office is conveniently located at 850 Washington Street in Dedham, near Legacy Place, and Routes 1 and 128.

Dr. Anderson is board certified in internal medicine and has a special interest in women’s and adolescent health, as well as aesthetic medicine. She is an assistant clinical professor in medicine at Tufts Medical Center and most recently comes from a primary care practice in Needham. Dr. Anderson completed her residency at Deaconess Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

John Breda, MD
John Breda, MD
Dr. Breda, also board certified in internal medicine, has clinical interests in adolescent health, hypertension and diabetes. His varied interests also include aviation medicine, and he is an FAA medical examiner. Prior to coming to Norwood Hospital, Dr. Breda was in a primary care practice in Medfield. He completed his residency at The Miriam Hospital, Brown University.

“We are so pleased to expand our primary care staff and introduce these two highly experienced physicians to our community,” said Emily Holliman, Norwood Hospital President.

Dr. Anderson and Dr. Breda are currently accepting new patients. To make an appointment, please call their office at 781-375-3805

About Norwood Hospital
The 264-bed Norwood Hospital, provides emergency, cardiology, advanced surgical, endoscopic, psychiatric, OB/GYN and Children’s Hospital Boston pediatric services and is a member of Steward Health Care. Information about Norwood Hospital’s programs and services is available at

About Steward Health Care
Steward Health Care is the largest fully integrated community care organization and community hospital network in New England. Headquartered in Boston, Steward is the third largest employer in MA with more than 17,000 employees serving more than one million patients annually in more than 150 communities. Hospitals in the system include Saint Anne’s in Fall River, Holy Family Hospital in Methuen, St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton, Norwood Hospital, Carney Hospital in Dorchester, Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton, Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer, Merrimack Valley Hospital in Haverhill, Morton Hospital in Taunton, Quincy Medical Center and New England Sinai Hospital in Stoughton. Other Steward Health Care entities include Steward Medical Group, Steward Home Care, Laboure College, and Por Cristo. Further information is available at

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