Danielle Snyderman, MD

Assistant Professor

Danielle Snyderman, MD

Contact

1015 Walnut Street
Suite 401
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Danielle Snyderman, MD

Assistant Professor

Education

Medical School

Howard University College of Medicine - 2003

Residency

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Fellowship

Geriatric Fellowship, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Board Certification

Family Practice
Geriatric Medicine - CAQ

Hospital Appointment

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Jefferson Methodist Hospital

Bio

Having moved regularly while growing up due to her Dad having served in the Coast Guard, Danielle had never lived in any one location for more than 4 years until she came to Philadelphia for residency at Jefferson.  She loves the Philadelphia area and has called it home for the past 14 years. She completed medical school at Howard University College of Medicine. After her family medicine training, she stayed at Jefferson to pursue a geriatrics fellowship and then stayed on as faculty. She has focused her clinical practice at the Hill at Whitemarsh, a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in the Philadelphia suburbs, for the past ten years and has served as Medical Director of the Community since 2012.

Clinical Interests

Danielle started her career doing both post-acute/long term care as well as palliative care in the hospital setting.  She chose to focus on the post-acute and long term care setting as it has enabled her to provide continuity of care throughout the continuum of aging, including end of life, for patients she has come to know quite well. Her interests include improving and teaching about Transitions of Care, resident education in long term care, and advance care planning.

Personal Interests

Danielle and her husband live in the Philadelphia suburbs with their 2 daughters. Danielle does family photography on the weekends. She enjoys playing ping pong, ultimate Frisbee, and fantasy football (team name: No Punt Intended).