Dr. Danny McGee is a Board Certified Family Medicine doctor from Florida and affiliated with Miami Integrative Medical Health and Wellness. He specializes in Integrative and Osteopathic Medicine, environmental and mind-body medicine, as well as nutrition and exercise.
Dr. McGee is currently completing his Fellowship in Clinical Nutrition and Functional Medicine from the University of Miami School of Medicine and a Fellowship in Integrative Medicine from the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine Health Sciences Center.
His career has been marked by service and a passion for working towards the betterment of his community. Dr. McGee began his medical career serving as an EMT and Firefighter in Tennessee and taught Firefighting skills to Chinese workers in an offshore oil company. He regularly provides prenatal consultations and health screening exams to underserved women through the Florida based Hope Women’s Center and Women to Women Breast Cancer Foundation. Dr. McGee enjoys being a mentor to medical students and has been a strong supporter for HealthTap University.
Dr. McGee has been inspired through his engagement on HealthTap.
“Joining Health Tap has gotten me more excited about new ways to connect with patients and provided me with new opportunities to help people I would not have had the chance to previously.
I’m continually inspired by the growing number of physicians… who are signing up and offering their knowledge and experience in the spirit of service to others.
It’s also been great to connect with other primary physicians and specialists and gain insights unique to other doctors expertise and experience.
I find myself now telling my patients in the clinic about HealthTap and letting them know how they can log on and have access to such a wealth of medical knowledge from doctors who want to give and share with others.
As more doctors… join in, more of them will then be available to answer questions. It will be great to see a time when no one will have a medical question left unanswered. I feel a sense of gratitude to be a part of the HealthTap community and I’m excited to be participating in something that we haven’t really seen before in medicine.”