Dr Daniel Cannone – Geriatric Medicine Specialist
Daniel Cannone is a Geriatric Medicine Specialist located in Copley, OH. He earned his degree at UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS/ SCHOOL OF MEDICINE and currently practices at Practice.
Dr. McVeigh serves as Medical Director at multiple skilled nursing facilities and as a consultant with Consortium Concepts, an educational and consulting company for long-term care services.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Cannone was raised in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended North Warren High School and graduated in 2016. Cannone loved animals, particularly his beloved pup Scout. Additionally, he enjoyed video gaming and reading.
He served as medical director at several skilled nursing homes and was widely acknowledged as an authority on long-term care issues. Additionally, he founded and is currently an officer with Consortium Concepts LLC of Akron for long-term care education and consulting.
Dr. Daniel Cannone, DO is a Geriatric Medicine Specialist practicing in Copley, OH. Educated at University of Kansas School of Medicine he accepts multiple insurance plans as patients as he also is board-certified Hospice and Palliative Medicine Specialist.
Cannone has over 48 years of experience as a geriatric medicine specialist. A graduate from UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS/ SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, he now practices at United Church Homes in Copley Ohio while also acting as an officer with Consortium Concepts– a long-term care educational and consulting firm.
Beverly Cannone serves as an associate justice of the Norfolk County Superior Court in Massachusetts. She holds both a bachelor’s degree in legal studies and JD from New England School of Law.
Cannone is a member of both the American Bar Association and Norwell Education Foundation boards. She has also been elected as Council member for Norfolk County Bar Association’s Access to Justice Committee.
Achievement and Honors
Dr. Daniel Cannone is a medical professional dedicated to improving healthcare services and enriching patients’ lives. He regularly attends workshops and conferences in medicine; furthermore, he conducts research studies with published findings as a means of contributing to his field.
Attaining numerous awards and honors, including being honored with the Priscilla Glickman ’92 Memorial Prize which recognizes service and imagination, volunteering at Community House, and taking part in two International Internship Program experiences are among his many achievements.
His survivors include his parents, Mark and Christann Cannone, sister Elizabeth, and brother Shaun as well as an extended family.
Daniel Cannone has left his family heartbroken by his sudden and sudden passing in September 2016. A 2016 graduate from North Warren High School who enjoyed animals, Daniel leaves behind parents, sister, and cousins as survivors.
He has worked as both an executive producer and director for television shows like CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as well as Capital Law. Additionally, he directed its pilot episode for CBS.
Dr. Daniel Cannone has over 10 years of experience as a hospice and palliative medicine specialist, having graduated from EDWARD VIA VIRGINIA COLLEGE OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE and currently working at United Church Homes.