Daniel P. O’Neill, MD, FACC

Podcast: Dr. O’Neill discusses his professional career and specific interests in his specialty of cardiology.

Podcast music credit: Guy Moon

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Dr. O'NeillCardiology,
Fellow of the American College of Cardiology

Dr. O’Neill was an undergraduate at UC Santa Barbara and later did his pre-med coursework at UC Berkeley. He went to medical school at Georgetown University and returned to San Francisco to do his internship and residency in internal medicine at California Pacific Medical Center. For three years after his residency, he worked in Woodland, California as a hospitalist and directed the intensive care unit in an 80-bed general hospital while his wife attended veterinary school at UC Davis. Cardiology had always been a big interest for Dr. O’Neill and together with his wife, he was able to come back to San Francisco to do a fellowship in cardiology at California Pacific Medical Center in 2002. Upon completion of this specialty training, he joined a small cardiology group and currently practices general cardiology.

Dr. O’Neill notes, “Our practice at St. Mary’s Medical Center is particularly gratifying as we take care of a local population in which we have deep roots; we have a great opportunity to practice cardiology in a traditional, community based fashion while having the benefits of modern, high tech medicine at our disposal.”

His professional interests include angiography, nuclear cardiology, echocardiography and pacemaker implantation and management.

He is a fifth generation San Franciscan and lives in the Sunset District with his wife and four kids. With such proximity to Golden Gate Park, Dr. O’Neill can be found biking in the park with his family when not seeing patients.