About Me

My name is Daniel Edberg. I am excited to have the chance to introduce myself and tell you about my work as a pediatrician for Kaiser Permanente.


I grew up in the Greater Los Angeles Area and went to UCLA for my undergraduate education. After completing my degree in physiologic science, I worked as an EMT on an ambulance for a year and then did a one-year post baccalaureate program in medical science at Drexel University in Philadelphia. After this program, I completed my medical training at the University of Vermont. After 5 years of true East Coast winters, I was ready to come back to sunny Southern California. I then did my pediatric residency at Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center. I was fortunate to join Kaiser Permanente after graduating in 2017 and have been here ever since.

About my practice

I strive to make my work environment as pleasant as possible. There is a mutual respect between myself and the staff, and therefore we work as a cohesive team. I try my best to be efficient while ensuring members always feel they are being listened to and never feel rushed. I went into pediatrics because I see it as a privilege to take care of children and help them grow up to be healthy, happy adults.

How I thrive

Although I love my work, I believe it is important to have a healthy work-life balance. When I’m out of the office, I enjoy spending time with my family. Health and fitness are important to me, so I try to exercise regularly, and I enjoy playing sports and being outdoors.