Dan Washburn – Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
Doctor Washburn has over 46 years of experience in Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism. He earned his medical degree at UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA/HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER before working for Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center and Fairview Regional Medical Center before accepting new patients as his patients. He accepts new ones now!
Judge Daniel Washburn serves as a justice on the Pinal County Superior Court bench in Arizona, having been appointed there in 2010. He was first sworn into office as an official judge on November 26, 2010.
Early Life and Education
Washburn began his career working with the Rockefeller Foundation in West Indies and Central America to plan campaigns to eradicate hookworm, malaria, tuberculosis and yaws. When he returned to North Carolina he served as district health officer and served on his county Selective Service board.
Kimball moved with his family to Mesa, Arizona in 2000 where he started and expanded his own masonry contracting business. To provide for the growing needs of his family he attended law school part-time while continuing as a masonry contractor part-time.
Washburn has served on the Pinal County Superior Court since 2010, as well as being actively engaged with his community by serving on both Superstition Area Land Trust and East Valley Adult Resources committees, being a former trustee for Boy Scouts of America, and certified foster parent.
John Washburn has been an outstanding law enforcement officer for eight years and is known for his great attitude and work ethic. Always willing to lend a helping hand – even when that means going above and beyond his duties – John is also knowledgeable within the department, including writing search warrants!
As his first passion, information technology was the focus of his early professional endeavors. He spent nearly 10 years as a programmer, writer and project manager in the software industry before graduating top of class from law school at Washburn University.
Dr. Daniel Washburn, MD is an Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism Specialist based in Enid, Oklahoma with over 47 years of experience. He earned his medical degree at UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER before accepting various health plans as patients.
Achievement and Honors
Dan Washburn, former executive director of the Alabama High School Athletic Association was honored with induction into the National Federation of State High School Associations’ National Hall of Fame this July. Washburn became only the eighth Alabaman honored thus far – joining Cliff Harper (1987), Dan Gaylord (1988), Bart Starr (1989), Herman L. “Bubba” Scott (1990), Wallace “Mickey” O’Brien (deceased), Glenn Daniel (1999) and Sam Short (2007) as previous honorees.
Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas recognized nearly 600 students on its President’s List for spring semester 2018, which recognizes those who earned at least 12 hours graded credit with an overall grade point average of 4.0 or better and who achieved academic excellence to qualify. Making this prestigious list demonstrates academic achievement as well as opens doors to career and scholarship opportunities for these exceptional students.
Washburn is an engaged member of his community, serving on the boards of Superstition Area Land Trust and East Valley Adult Resources. Additionally, his interest lies with early Roman history as it relates to Christianity and their interactions with Roman government; he has written multiple books on this subject such as Religion and Exile in Later Roman Empire (284-476 CE).
He and his wife are involved with their local church as elders, and enjoy serving on its board of trustees in their spare time. Additionally, he enjoys playing golf and watching baseball.
Dr. Daniel Washburn brings over 46 years of experience to Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders. He earned his doctoral degree at UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA/HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER. Additionally, Dr. Washburn works at Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center and Fairview Regional Medical Center among others.
Washburn holds both an undergraduate degree in political science and government from Arizona State University as well as a Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida Law School. He currently sits on the boards of both Superstition Area Land Trust and East Valley Adult Resources as well as instructing continuing legal education courses.
He specializes in construction law and assists clients in contract drafting, bidding protests, scheduling issues, licensing requirements and any associated lien or bond disputes. Furthermore, he lectures frequently on topics pertaining to this industry.
Washburn currently owns over 6,979 units of Greenbrier Cos stock worth an estimated total of over $1,548,030 as of 16 August 2021, having made at least 15 trades of GBX over 19 years – his average trading volume per quarter being 1,454 units.