2835 Fort Missoula Rd
Building 3, Suite 102
Missoula, Montana 59804
Ph: 406-541-PAIN (7246)
Meet Our Pain Team
Patrick Danaher, D.O.
Dr. Danaher is a graduate of Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. After medical school, he went on to a distinguished career in the United States Navy. Dr. Danaher did his formal Anesthesiology training at Naval Hospital San Diego and served his nation all over the globe.
Captain Danaher retired from the Navy after twenty years of honorable service.
During his tenure, he served as the Vice Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at Naval Medical Center, San Diego. In addition, he was the Director of the Pain Management Clinic and directed several continuing medical education conferences for chronic pain management. Captain Danaher also served as Officer in Charge of a Forward Resuscitative Combat Surgical Team during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Steve Kemple, D.O.
Dr. Kemple is a graduate of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine is trained in two specialties. After medical school, he went on to complete a residency in Family Medicine at the Mesa General Hospital in Arizona. After his family medicine residency, he decided on a career change and completed an Anesthesiology residency at the University of Arizona. Immediately after residency, Dr. Kemple moved to Missoula to start his Anesthesia career.
Dr. Kemple has provided pain management care since his arrival in Missoula seventeen years ago. His recognition of the need for a formalized pain management program inspired him to form the first private practice inter-disciplinary pain program in Missoula in 2005, now known as Advanced Pain and Spine Institute.
Morgan Hagerich, PA
Morgan Hagerich is a graduate of Chatham University within Pittsburgh, where she received her Masters of Physician Assistant Studies in July of 2017. Before graduate school, Morgan spent some time volunteering at the Johnstown Free Medical Clinic in her hometown in Pennsylvania.
Since then, she has volunteered at a medical screening for the homeless, and has been trained in Screening for Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment Foundations Training (SBIRT) for Physician Assistants.
She has now moved to Montana in December of 2017 after falling in love with the state during one of her clinical rotations.