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Receptionists: Laura Snyder & Lizzy Wolfram Also in the office… Gayle Hand, ANP Get to know us Born and reared in Seattle WA. Dr. Daniel Hardt graduated from Garfield High School in 1963. He then continued his education in 1966 at Seattle University until he was drafted into service in 1969. In the United States Army he served two years as a Advanced Clinical Corpsman at Lyster Army Hospital in Ft. Rucker, Alabama. He then volunteered in 1974 for the Air Force where he served two years as a Aeromedical Chief Corpsman in the 40th Aeromedical Evacuation at McCord Air Force Base, WA. In 1976  Dr. Daniel Hardt graduated from the National College Naturopathic Medicine Seattle, WA. And Portland, OR. He also started training with Dr. A. L. LaRusch performing general practice, obstetrics, minor surgery duties. In 1978 he became the Medical Director of Eugene Plasma Corp. Where he supervised a 50 chair plasma donor center and monitored the physical status of the donor population. He also became the Medical Director of White Bird Medical Services in Eugene, OR. In 1979 he became the Medical Director of the Weight Reduction Center while simultaneously starting his own private practice For over 40 years Dr. Hardt has served his community. Teaching, healing, and protecting through his Naturopathic Health Clinic also known as the Longevity Health Clinic. He served as an officer for the Oregon Association of Naturopathic Physicians, and the State of Oregon Rural Health Coordinating Council. He is also a accomplished pilot and serves in United States Coast Guard Axillary as a Flight Officer. He is an avid proponent, teacher, and student of tai chi, martial arts and tango dancing and has been for many years. For any and all questions please feel free to contact us. Home Services Products Contact Us About Longevity Health Clinic Longevity Health blog About Us © Longevity Health Clinic - All Rights Reserved 2011-2016 Working in the office… About Longevity Health Clinic Home - Services - Products - Contact Us - About Us - Docs Blog