Daniel Towle, M.D., is the Director of Mobile Anesthesia Care (MAC) with 34 years of experience as an anesthesiologist, including proudly serving his country in the United States Air Force Medical Corps for seven years at the beginning of his career. For the most recent 20 years, he practiced in the sub-specialty of pediatric anesthesia. Prior to developing the MAC program, Dr. Towle worked primarily in the arena of providing anesthesia for children requiring congenital heart surgery. Dr. Towle holds board certifications in both Anesthesiology and the sub-specialty of Pediatric Anesthesiology from the American Board of Anesthesiology.
Dr. Towle and his wife Christy are the proud parents of four children. When not sharing and enjoying the lives of their children, he is a marathon runner, having run the Boston Marathon several times, and an avid bicyclist. Daniel is also involved in numerous international medical programs for children – founding a non-profit that provides safe-home shelter, medical care, and education for children orphaned by the AIDS virus in southern Africa, and more recently assisting with relief efforts in Haiti during the immediate post-earthquake period. In 2007, Dr. Towle was honored by his alma mater, the University of Notre Dame, with their most prestigious award given to an alumnus, The Dr. Thomas A. Dooley Award, given for “Exemplary Service to Mankind” on a national and international level.
Degrees: B.A. University of Notre Dame, M.D. University of Kansas School of Medicine
Internship: Anesthesiology, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center
Residency: Anesthesiology, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center