Dr. Tanase was born in Bucharest, Romania. She graduated from The National College of Mathematics and Physics Gheorghe Lazar Bucharest. She received her medical degree from the University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davilla” Bucharest in 1992. Dr. Tanase focused her medical education in primary care and preventive medicine with a special interest in oncology. In Romania, where she practiced medicine for 8 years, she was board certified in Familly Practice and completed her residency in Radiation Oncology at The Oncology Institute “Nicolae Trestioreanu” Bucharest. In 2001 Dr. Tanase moved with her family to the United States. Dr. Tanase completed her Internal Medicine Residency at Metropolitan Hospital Center (New York College of Medicine) in Manhattan. Since 2004, Dr. Tanase has practiced Internal Medicine at Gwinnett Clinic.
Daniela Tanase, MD
Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine
Location of Residency: Metropolitan Hospital Center, New York, NY
Medical School: University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Carol Davilla “ Bucharest
High School: National College of Mathematics and Physics” Gheorghe Lazar” Bucharest
I became a doctor: to help my patients live healthy, long lives with the people they love.
I enjoy taking care of patients at Gwinnett Clinic because: our ability to solve challenging and complex health problems efficiently due to our team of primary care physicians and specialists.
I am currently learning more about: improving communication with other healthcare facilities in order to reduce the number of unnecessary hospital visits or returns to the emergency room.
In my community, I enjoy: visiting the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. We also regularly follow all the events at Fernbank Museum and enjoy all the performances at the Fox Theatre.
My hobbies are: reading (especially about world history) and traveling.