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About Daniel Austin

Dr. Austin, who is originally from Hartford, Connecticut has lived and worked in Mexico, Spain, and India and has traveled extensively in other parts of the world. He speaks Spanish fluently. Dr. Austin joined the Boulder Medical Center in September, 1988. His hobbies include cross country skiing, biking, mountaineering and jogging.

Specialty Areas

Dr. Austin lived in Boulder while earning his undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Colorado in 1979. He then went on to medical school at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver. Later he served his Internship and Residency at Brigham, Women’s Hospital, and Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. During that time he was also a Clinical Fellow in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Harvard Medical School and was appointed Chief Resident there. Within this specialty his interests are high-risk pregnancy, infertility, gynecological surgery and menopause.

Professional Affiliations

Dr. Austin is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Austin is a member of the Medical Societies of Boulder County, Colorado and Massachusetts.

“Dr. Austin delivered my son at Avista. He and Gail are the nicest people. He is very professional and compassionate. I would recommend him to anyone seeking an earnest person to care for them during their pregnancy and beyond.”
Patient in Denver, Colo.
“I cannot say enough positive things about Dr. Austin. I would definitely recommend him to anyone. Very kind, professional and personable. He is thorough in explaining medical conditions and answering questions. I always felt comfortable seeing him and very impressed with his care. I also refused internal exams near the end of pregnancy and he NEVER pressured me and always respected my decision. Unfortunately, we have to move out of state and I will be missing a great doctor.”
Melissa in Broomfield, Colo.

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