Daniel P. Ferry, MD

Assistant Professor, Clinical Anesthesiology

Dr. Ferry was born in Weisbaden, West Germany. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Indiana University. He completed an internship in anesthesiology (1981) and residency in anesthesiology (1983) at the University of Arizona. In 1983 Dr. Ferry began his career at Maui Memorial Hospital in Hawaii and served as Director of Medical Education from 1984-85. He relocated to Tucson where he was associated with University of Arizona, Veteran's Affairs Medical Center and Southern Arizona Anesthesiology Services. From 1987-2002 he was Chief of Anesthesiology at the Veteran's Affairs Medical Center (SAVAHCCS) and is presently Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center.

Academic / Professional Bio: 

Dr. Ferry was born in Weisbaden, West Germany. He received his undergraduate and medical degrees from Indiana University. He completed an internship in anesthesiology (1981) and residency in anesthesiology (1983) at the University of Arizona. In 1983 Dr. Ferry began his career at Maui Memorial Hospital in Hawaii and served as Director of Medical Education from 1984-85. He relocated to Tucson where he was associated with University of Arizona, Veteran's Affairs Medical Center and Southern Arizona Anesthesiology Services. From 1987-2002 he was Chief of Anesthesiology at the Veteran's Affairs Medical Center (SAVAHCCS) and is presently Assistant Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center.

Degrees
  • BA: Indiana University, 1975
  • MD: Indiana University School of Medicine, 1980
Residency
  • University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, Anesthesiology, 1981-1983
Internship
  • University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, Anesthesiology, 1980-1981