Daniel D. Foley, M.D.
Daniel D. Foley, M.D.Occupational Health Physician
“It’s rewarding to treat patients with work-related injuries because we help people get back to work and back to their lives. It’s also great to see how much they appreciate easy access to such comprehensive care.”
Dr. Foley served as a Major, Medical Corps, U.S. Army flight surgeon with the Minnesota Army National Guard from 1977-1992, and as an aviation medicine advisor adjutant general with the Minnesota Army National Guard

He was appointed by U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson in 2004 to membership on the Medicare Medical Advisory Committee

Emergency medicine
Medical toxicology
Aviation medicine
Undergraduate Degree
St. Thomas College, St. Paul (2 years)
Creighton University, Omaha, Neb. (bachelor’s degree)

Medical School
University of Parma, Italy

Residency (anatomic and clinical pathology)
United Hospital, St. Paul

Residency (cardiovascular pathology)
Resident and research trainee at Jesse E. Edwards Registry of Cardiovascular Disease, United Hospital, St. Paul

Residency (family practice)
University of Minnesota, North Memorial Medical Center, Minneapolis

American Board of Family Practice
American Board of Emergency Medicine
American Board of Medical Toxicology
Diplomate, Aviation Medicine, by U.S. Army School of Aerospace Medicine
Fellow, American Academy of Emergency Medicine
Fellow, American College of Emergency Physicians
Clinical professor, Department of Family Practice and Community Health, University of Minnesota Graduate School of Medicine, Minneapolis

Regional vice president for medical affairs, Allina Health (1994-2012)

Medical director of United Hospital, St. Paul (1988-2012)

Member, Advisory Committee for Medical Education and Research, Minnesota Department of Health

Member, Medicare Medical Advisory Committee

Service to Humanity Award, United Hospital Foundation, St. Paul
Travel, fly fishing, and skiing.