Dr. Jarred McDaniel earned his Doctorate of Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern School of Medicine, in Dallas, Texas. An internationally recognized research institution, it claimed more Nobel Prize-Winners on faculty than any other institution in the world during Dr. McDaniel’s tenure.
UT Southwestern’s program provided extensive experience at Parkland Memorial Hospital, one of the largest and busiest county hospitals in the nation (and where President John F. Kennedy was taken after his assassination). While still a student, Dr. McDaniel assisted with research in the Division of Trauma Surgery.
Dr. McDaniel continued his education at University Hospital/Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. An intense 6-year integrated Plastic and Reconstruction Surgery residency program, it encompassed both General Surgery and Plastic Surgery. During this time, Dr. McDaniel learned from world-renowned plastic surgeons, and he brings their cutting edge techniques to his practice. Dr. McDaniel was awarded Resident of the Year at the completion of his training.
After training Dr. McDaniel continued his pursuit of excellence by completing the rigorous requirements to become board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, and also to become an active member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. McDaniel is delighted to have established his plastic surgery practice in Bozeman, Montana. During the strenuous years of training, Montana was “home away from home.” While Dr. McDaniel was in private practice in Billings, Montana, both medical providers and patients alike expressed the need for a board certified plastic surgeon to come to Bozeman to serve patients within the scope of plastic and reconstructive surgery. As a result, Gallatin Plastic Surgery was established in 2016.
In his free time, Dr. McDaniel enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. He also loves being outdoors, hiking and camping, as well as spending time with woodturning and nature photography (view some of Dr. McDaniel’s photography and woodturning photos here!).