Danielle E. Babb, D.O.
Interventional Pain Physician
Locations: Bradenton, St. Petersburg, Dunedin
Lake Erie College of Medicine, Bradenton, FL
Jackson Memorial Hospital, University of Miami, Miami, FL
University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
American Board of Anesthesiology
Interventional Pain Management Physician, Dr. Danielle Babb, is the newest physician to join the Ramos Center team and will play an integral role in the expansion of the practice northward into Pinellas County.
Dr. Babb completed her Bachelor of Science from the University of South Florida Tampa campus in 2012. In 2016 she graduated from Medical School, locally, at the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton. Following medical school, she relocated to Miami, Florida where she completed her residency and internship at Jackson Memorial Hospital/University of Miami. During her time in south Florida, Dr. Babb was selected to participate in research focused on patient safety and quality improvement. During this study she designed and developed surveys that helped measure patient outcomes and responses to interventional treatment.
In 2020, Dr. Babb made the move to Lexington, Kentucky for her Fellowship in Interventional Pain Management at the University of Kentucky. She is thankful for the time she spent in the mid-west and the exposure to different practice styles and patients. Upon completion of her fellowship, she knew she wanted to return to the sunshine state. As a native of Fort Myers, it made sense for her to gravitate back to the gulf coast.
Dr. Babb was inspired at a young age to go into the field of pain medicine when she witnessed how chronic pain directly impacted a family member. Her first-hand experience and compassion can be felt by both the patients and their family members that she cares for.
Dr. Babb is looking forward to being back in Florida, where she can continue to participate in all the outdoor activities she loves, like paddleboarding, boating, cycling, and spending time with her dog.