Dr. Daniel Allison, MD FACS

Team Leader

Meet Our Physicians

As Assistant Director of Orthopedic Oncology at the Sam Oschin Cancer Center, a member of the Cedars-Sinai Joint Replacement Service, and a member of the Cedars-Sinai Orthopedic Trauma Team, Dr. Daniel C. Allison is affiliated with one of the best medical facilities in the country. In fact, Cedars-Sinai Department of Orthopedics was just ranked #9 in the United States among all orthopedic departments by U.S. News & World Report, 2018. Throughout his career, Dr. Allison has partnered with leaders in the field of orthopedic oncology and musculoskeletal disorders to offer patients at his private practice the most advanced and effective treatment solutions available in the world.

Because of the multifaceted and multidisciplinary needs of patients with complex orthopedic issues, Dr. Allison works with a team of dedicated and smart individuals to help insure that patient’s needs are met at all levels and according to the highest standards.

The Team

Renee Herman PA-C, Our Physician Assistant

Ms. Herman graduated at the top of her class from the world renown University of Southern California Physician Assistant Training Program in 2015. She specializes in the field of orthopedic oncologic surgery and advanced reconstruction. Her intelligence, dedication, and clinical skill make her an integral part of the team. Extremely well respected and well liked by her patients, Ms. Herman consistently goes the extra mile and makes a significant difference in her patients’ lives during their critical time. Whether it is in the clinic, in the operating room, or in the hospital, Ms. Herman’s outstanding skill, compassion, and dedication greatly improve the care and the lives of the Team’s patients.

Gladys Campos, Clinical Coordinator

Ms. Campos has served as Dr. Allison’s Clinical Coordinator since 2015. She performs the daunting tasks of clinical and surgical scheduling and practice organization that are critical for the treatment of patient’s with complex orthopedic issues. Extremely hard working, organized, and smart, Ms. Campos serves as an outstanding resource for patients, especially in today’s challenging medical climate. Her personalized approach and diligent efforts make an incredible difference for patients with complex medical concerns. Ms. Campos consistently goes above-and-beyond the call of duty to ensure the needs of the Team’s patients are met according to the highest standard.

Glenna Schuette, Administrative Billing

Ms. Schuette has served as the practice’s billing specialist since 2016. The current healthcare economic situation with regard to insurance company coverage, co-pays, co-insurances, deductibles, and more has made the already difficult situation of disability and disease even more troubling. Ms. Schuette represents a gem of compassion, integrity, diligence, and intelligence during this difficult time. Patients can expect a person with whom they can openly discuss matters of healthcare billing; and while billing is a necessary component to sustain a practice in today’s world, Dr. Allison and Ms. Schuette promise to do everything in their power to make the billing process as reasonable and accommodating as possible.

Cedars-Sinai 4th Year (PGY-4) Orthopedic Surgery Resident

As an Assistant Professor of Surgery at Cedars-Sinai, Dr. Allison is tasked with the responsibility to teach and train our country’s upcoming surgeons. Cedars-Sinai is privileged enough to literally have its top pick of the best and brightest medical students across the United States to join its orthopedic surgery residency training program. These bright, talented, and dedicated individuals serve as an important part of the team as they assist in surgery and with patient care responsibilities.