Daniel A Graubert, MD
Dr. Graubert practiced for many years as an anesthesiologist and wanted to become more involved in helping patients with their medical problems. This passion took him through medical school and eventually becoming the Director of Interventional Pain Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Many people in our society are suffering from the disease of addiction. A lot of research is being directed at ways to help address this growing problem. I feel that it’s important to help these people. I took the required course to be able to prescribe Suboxone, a medication that can help with addiction to opioids. It’s tremendously rewarding to help these patients of mine get control of their lives back. Hopefully there will be more advances in this field that I will be able to offer. The practice of medicine is a calling that allows one the privilege to be trusted by people and the opportunity to try to make their lives better. This seems to me to be as honorable a pursuit as there can be.
B.S. in Biology, MIT
M.D., NYU School of Medicine
Internship – General Surgery, St. Barnabas Medical Center
Residency – Anesthesiology, Duke University
Fellowship – Pain Medicine, University of South Florida
Professional Certifications & Associations
President Elect – Northern New England Society of Addiction Medicine
American Pain Society
International Spine Intervention Society
New Hampshire Medical Society
American Society of Addiction Medicine
Other Professional/Educational Achievements
Board Certified in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
Former Director of Interventional Pain Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
When not treating patients, I enjoy… family, fishing and boating, and writing and reading.