Daniel Cho, M.D

Expertise: Dr. Cho is a board-certified gastroenterologist with expertise in the diagnosis and management of a wide spectrum of gastrointestinal disorders. Given Dr. Cho’s experience on faculty at UCLA Health for 11 years, he is familiar with both common and rare gastrointestinal conditions.

Education And Training: Dr. Cho attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he received his Bachelor of Science in cell and structural biology with a minor in chemistry in 1997. He received his medical degree from The Chicago Medical School in 2001 and then completed his internship and residency training in internal medicine at UCLA Medical Center in 2004. He continued at UCLA Medical Center with his gastroenterology fellowship training which he completed in 2008. Dr. Cho joined the faculty at UCLA in the Division of Digestive Diseases in 2008 upon completion of his fellowship training. His practice had been based at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center, where he had been focused on the growth of his thriving clinical practice. He was also actively involved in the clinical training of the gastroenterology fellows, and residents both in internal medicine and general surgery. After 11 years at UCLA, he achieved the rank of Associate Clinical Professor. As both a student and teacher at UCLA for 18 years, Dr. Cho has strived to be an astute clinician and a strong patient advocate. Dr. Cho joined South Bay Gastroenterology Medical Group in 2019. He resides in Manhattan Beach with his wife Julie, and his two young daughters. He enjoys being an active participant of the South Bay community and getting to know his patients on a personal level.

Practice Locations: Dr. Cho has medical staff privileges at Torrance Memorial Medical Center and Little Company of Mary Medical Center in Torrance.

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