Daniel Kohm

Dr. Daniel Kohm
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Dr. Kohm joined Borland Groover from St. Louis, Missouri in 2006, where he was an assistant clinic professor at the St. Louis University School of Medicine and a consultant in gastroenterology at St. Louis Gastroenterology Consultants, P.C. Dr. Kohm graduated cum laude from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Science and followed with a doctorate from St. Louis School of Medicine, where he also graduated cum laude. He completed his gastroenterology/hepatology fellowship at Georgetown University Hospital, Washington D.C. Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, The National Institute of Health with additional training at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (Liver Disease) and University of Florida Health Science Center Jacksonville (Shands). Dr. Kohm has also served as director of endoscopy at St. Antony’s Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri and physician investigator at St. Louis Center for Clinical Research, also in St. Louis, Missouri.

Postgraduate Education
1983 - 1986
Internal Medicine, Residency
Georgetown University Hospital
1986 - 1988
Veterans Administration Medical Center, National Institute of Health, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
Georgetown University Hospital
1988 - 1989
Fellow, Advanced Endoscopy (ERCP)
University of Florida, Health Sciences Center