Daniel L. W. Hanley, MD, is board-certified in Family Medicine and a General Practitioner at Ancuram Family Medicine in Bokeelia, Florida. Dr. Hanley takes great pride in providing convenient, holistic care to all his patients and their families at the clinic and online.
Education has always been of importance to Dr. Hanley. He was diagnosed with profound bilateral hearing loss when he was three years old and went to a special education program for the Deaf until being mainstreamed in fifth grade.
Dr. Hanley went to The College of New Jersey (TCNJ), majoring in Business Administration and Biology. He then completed his Master of Science degree at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) in Baltimore, Maryland, focusing on Biotechnology. During this time, he worked in basic science and clinical cancer research at The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center.
He earned his medical degree at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine (SSOM) in Maywood, Illinois. He completed his residency in Family Medicine at AMITA Health Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center in Chicago. His first son, Aleks, was born during the first week of his residency.
Concurrently, Dr. Hanley obtained his Master of Business Administration degree online through the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School.
Dr. Hanley and his family then moved to New Jersey to start working in urgent care in Philadelphia and New Jersey. They also adopted their family dog, Plato, from the local animal shelter. However, the idea of living where he enjoys his vacations appealed to him and his wife, Nadia, so they moved to Cape Coral, Florida, to work in urgent care.
Together, they opened their clinic, Ancuram Family Medicine, right when the COVID-19 pandemic began. Soon after, their second son, George, was also born.
Their family and clinic are both thriving, and his patients greatly appreciate the traditional style of family practice merged with new technologies. Dr. Hanley sees patients at their homes, as well as sees them online via telemedicine portals.
Dr. Hanley is also on the board of the Beacon of Hope, an island charity affiliated with United Way, the board of the Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses (AMPHL), and the executive medical committee of Cape Coral Hospital.