September 5, 1995
Dr. James M. Daniels II has joined the faculty at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Quincy as an assistant professor of family and community medicine. (Note: He has since been promoted to professor.)
Previously, Daniels was director of the ambulatory care center, co-director of the occupational medicine department at Quincy Medical Group and team physician for Quincy University (1986-95). He was medical director of the Tri-State Rehabilitation Center (1993-95) and a part-time faculty member with the medical school as clinical assistant professor of clinical and community medicine (1994-95).
Daniels earned his bachelor's degree at Quincy University (1980) and his medical degree at SIU (1983). He completed his residency at SlU's Quincy family practice program (1986) and a fellowship in occupational medicine at University of California San Francisco (1992). He currently is enrolled in a master's of public health program at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Daniels is board certifed in occupational medicine by the American Board of Preventive Medicine and in family practice by the American Board of Family Practice and is board eligible in primary care sports medicine. He also is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice and a member of the American College of Preventive Medicine, the American College of Occupational/Environmental Medicine, the Central States Occupational Medicine Association, the Society of Occupational/ Environmental Health and the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine.
A native of Springfield, Daniels is married to Rosemary Daniels and has three children, Toby, Maggie and Elizabeth.