MCMS President Installed

Madeline A. Danny, DO, began her two-year term as president of the Montgomery County Medical Society during the organization’s annual meeting on June 12, 2012 at the Blue Bell Country Club.

Dr. Danny, a board certified internal medicine physician, will lead the 165-year-old organization that has a history of helping physicians adapt to the changing health care environment. She is the first osteopathic physician to be inaugurated. As the national debate continues about how to make health care more efficient and cost effective, Dr. Danny said it is important that physicians take a lead role in shaping modern health care delivery.

“We are currently taking action under the advisement of the state medical society to address the urgency of the situation in the best interest of our patients,” Dr. Danny said. “The physician is the ultimate voice and patient advocate. It is important for Montgomery County residents to know that there is a real wealth of medical resources in our community.”

Dr. Danny has treated patients with diverse backgrounds and ages, ranging from 18 to 105 years old. She hopes to address access to patient care issues in a county that has changed dramatically over the past few decades.

She is a native of South Bend, Ind.  Dr. Danny comes from a family of physicians. Her father, Peter S. Danny, DO, practiced ophthalmology and otorhinolaryngology for 35 years. Dr. Madeline Danny is a 1982 graduate of Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind., and a 1986 alumna  of  the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine. She and her family moved from Chicago to Philadelphia.  She began her private practice in 1991 after completion of her residency at Bryn Mawr Hospital. Dr. Danny is an active staff member of the Main Line Health System.

Her son Andrew P. Rothstein was born in Norristown at Suburban General Hospital. He is a graduate of the Rubenstein School of Environmental Science, University of Vermont, class of 2011.

For more information, please follow this link to an article published in the Times-Herald on June 7, 2012.

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