Daniel Hayes '68, MD
Daniel Malin Hayes, MD, is the President and managing partner of the Maine Center for Cancer Medicine, where he has been practicing medical oncology since 1976, focusing on caring for adult patients with cancer with a concentration in lung cancer and palliative care. He is currently a board member of the Northern New England Clinical Oncology Society, a member of the Clinical Practice Steering Committee for ASCO, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, and an Oncology/Hematology representative of the Carrier Advisory Committee, CMS, the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services. He is serving on the Spring Harbor Hospital Board of Trustees, and the Hospice of Southern Maine Board of Trustees. He has practiced at the Maine Medical Center since 1976, and has been a past president of the MMC Medical Staff. Daniel is board certified in both Internal Medicine, and in Medical Oncology, having completed his Oncology Fellowship at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in 1976. Daniel received his B.S. in biology from Fairfield University in 1968, and his MD from Cornell University Medical College in 1972.
Married to Phyllis Bernet with four adult children, he is currently a Communicant at Holy Martyrs (the patrons are the Jesuit North American Martyrs), in Falmouth, Maine.