Dr. Elsayed Abdelsalam, MD, FAAP a.k.a. "Dr. Sayed"
Dr. “Sayed” Abdelsalam was born and raised in Alexandria, Egypt and graduated from the University of Alexandria Medical School. He was at the top of his class during his residency at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ, winning 2 “Best Resident” Awards in addition to the prestigious Sydney J Sussman, MD Award for academic excellence in Pediatrics.
During his residency Dr. Sayed completed research on the kidney condition, neonatal hydronephrosis, which was published in the Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatology. He continued with Cooper University Hospital after his residency as a hospitalist, teaching new residents about pediatric medicine.
Dr. Sayed is a board certified pediatrician and has been practicing medicine in the Dover area since 2010. As an active member of the Medical Society he participated in the Healthy Talks program for Kent County middle school students in both 2011 and 2012. An activist in children’s health, Dr. Sayed recently served as a panelist for the “Weight of the Nation” discussion on childhood obesity in Delaware and represented Kent County in A.I. Dupont’s research to improve children’s health in the county.
Dr. Abdelsalam is affiliated with Bay Health’s Kent General Hospital in Dover, DE and Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA. He resides in Magnolia, DE with his wife, Dina, and their boy and girl twins, Amir and Lila.
Lindie Garrett, APN, CPNP
Lindie is a board certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and a native of Atlanta, Georgia. At sixteen, Lindie and her family moved to Delaware where she graduated from Caesar Rodney High School.
As part of Wesley College's "bridge program", Lindie obtained her Associate's and Master's Degree in Nursing. She completed her post master studies at Drexel University where she earned her PNP designation.
Prior to joining Bright Future, Lindie was employed 13 years at Bayhealth's Kent General Hospital, 6 in the Medi/Surgical Units and 7 in the Maternal/Neonatal Units.
Lindie is a member of the Tau Beta Chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honors Society, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and the Association of Women's Health, Obstetrical and Neonatal Nursing. She has also dedicated a number of years as a nursing adjunct at Wesley College and a mentor for their nursing students.
Lindie's clinical interests are newborn care, well child care and nutrition. Outside of the office, Lindie enjoys spending time with her husband and 3 children, running and reading.