Daniel Marchalik is a practicing urologist at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital and is the Executive Director of MedStar Health Center for Wellbeing.
He received his MD from the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine, his MA in Literature from Georgetown University, and his MBA from the University of Virginia Darden School of Business. He is an Associate Professor of Urology and Founding Director of the Literature and Medicine Track at the Georgetown University School of Medicine and is the author of a monthly medical humanities column in The Lancet. He directs the Kidney Stone Program at MedStar Washington Hospital Center and specializes in management of complex stone disease with a special focus on outpatient PCNLs.
Through his work at the Center for Wellbeing, Dr. Marchalik oversees the strategy and execution of wellbeing programming for 33,000 associates across MedStar Health—the largest healthcare provider in the Mid-Atlantic region. The center, based out of the MedStar Institute for Innovation, is one of the largest healthcare wellbeing programs in the country and focuses on practice optimization and redesign, improving wellbeing culture, and driving professional fulfillment.