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Daniel R. Pound


Medical Director, Center for Geriatric Care
Family physician
Classical musician

Dr. Daniel Pound is a primary care doctor who specializes in caring for seniors. His expertise focuses particularly on preventive medicine and osteoporosis. He has a special interest in understanding and teaching others how to care for patients in the final years of life.

Pound earned his medical degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine and then completed his residency in family medicine at Huntsville Hospital, an affiliate of the University of Alabama – Birmingham.

An enthusiastic educator, Pound feels fortunate to teach medical students about geriatric care through direct encounters with patients, helping equip future doctors to care for the aging population. He is passionate about instilling respect for older adults and their caregivers in his students.

Pound is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. In his free time, he enjoys playing classical music, and occasionally plays tango or polka music as well.

  • Education

    University of South Carolina School of Medicine, 1986

  • Residencies

    University of Alabama – Birmingham, Family Medicine, 1989

  • Board Certifications

    Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine

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I am dedicated to knowing patients as whole people, to treating them with compassion and to caring for them throughout all phases of aging.

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