Daniel Kahn MD, FAAP
Dr. Daniel Kahn achieved board certification from the American Board of Pediatrics in 2000. A Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FAAP), he is also a member of the Morris County Medical Society and the Medical Society of New Jersey. Dr. Kahn was born and raised in Rockaway Township, New Jersey, where he attended Morris Knolls High School. After graduating from Princeton University in 1993 with a major in Religion, concentrating on Philosophy of Religion and Systematic Ethics, he attended The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in Manhattan on an Air Force scholarship, graduating in 1997. Dr. Kahn completed his pediatric internship and residency (1997-2000) in San Antonio, Texas, at Wilford Hall Medical Center, the largest U.S. Air Force hospital and referral center. He continued to serve the Air Force as a pediatrician at a NATO base in Italy until 2003. While in Italy, Dr Kahn was awarded the NATO medal and the US Air Force Commendation Medal. He completed his military career at Hanscom Air Force Base in Massachusetts before joining Parsippany Pediatrics in late 2004.
Since returning to Morris County, Dr. Kahn joined the pediatric staff at Goryeb Children's Hospital at Morristown Medical Center. Dr. Kahn has served on both the Goryeb Children's Hospital and St Clare's Hospital Pediatric Peer Review Committees, as well as the Pediatric Behavioral Health Task Force at Goryeb Children's Hospital to help improve services for the community. He is a Clinical Instructor of Pediatrics on the faculty of Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University.
Dr. Kahn's many awards include the 2008-2009 Patient's Choice Award and New Jersey Family's 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, and 2019 "NJ's Favorite Kids' Docs" award, recognition given "for providing outstanding and compassionate healthcare for children." Dr. Kahn has also been named to "NJ Top Docs" for Healthy Living magazine in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Dr. Kahn's professional areas of interest are numerous, but adoption, preventive medicine, and infectious diseases are at the top of his list. Personally, he is excited to be practicing pediatrics in the area in which he was raised. He married his best friend and high school sweetheart in 1995 and has two energetic children. Prior to having children, Dr. Kahn greatly enjoyed the sport of fencing, in which he competed nationally and internationally. He has been a coach for his local junior track team (Fall Cross Country and Spring Track and Field) since 2016. Currently his hobbies include running, hiking, and sharing a love of nature and the outdoors with his kids.