Danielle Gordon, MS, FNP-C
Meet Danielle Gordon, MS, FNP-C Director and operator of IWC Primary Care. Her passion for providing a personalized patient experience comes from her own difficulties finding quality care with "regular healthcare."
She emphasizes preventative care that addresses your past, present and future. You aren't just a number and your health isn't "one-size-fits-all." With the belief that preventative medicine is a vital component to optimal wellness, NP Danielle has gained great experience in integrative medicine.
As a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, she is pursuing certification in functional medicine to bring state of the art tools to her patients and clients. As a wife of a Veteran and mom of 2 children, she can empathize with obstacles during life's journey and how that may impact our health. Her greatest desire is to partner with each patient to help them achieve their health goals.
Director and Operator are just some of the titles she holds. Danielle is a mother first and that is why she is focused on providing the highest quality of care for the entire family!
If you are interested in:
Taking control of your health
A personal health care plan
Preventing serious medical issues
Managing your current health for a better quality of life
2015 - 2018
Masters in Science at Georgetown University Nurse Practitioner. Danielle Gordon is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner licensed in the state of California. She is originally from Charleston, South Carolina and was blessed for an opportunity to work in San Diego, California in 2015 as a travel Registered Nurse (RN). Utilizing her experience as a RN in various acute care settings across the United States, she thrives on spending extensive time with her patients and clients providing vital health education.
2009 - 2011
2002 - 2006
University of Virginia
NP Danielle has a Bachelors of Arts from the University of Virginia and a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Shenandoah University. After witnessing first hand many patients admitted to the hospital for preventable diseases as an RN, she desired to have a greater impact on primary care. She loves gaining knowledge related to disease prevention and holistic health and desires for her patients and clients to gain that same knowledge.