• Adjunct Clinician, College Of Nursing


  • Masters of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, Seattle University. Project: Incorporation of simulation into a Haitian nursing curriculum: an assessment of the feasibility and potential benefit of implementation
  • Bachelor of Science, Cellular, Molecular and Developmental Biology, University of Washington


Danielle Puri, APRN, is a Family Nurse Practitioner in the College of Nursing Practice and Community Collaboration. Since July 2019, her practice site is in primary care at the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake. In this work, she helped organize and open a primary care clinic for the American Indian/Alaska Native community along the Wasatch Front. During the COVID-19 pandemic, she was the healthcare lead in providing COVID-19 testing, treatment and vaccination. In May 2021, she obtained a Certification in Infection Control to chair the Infection Control and Prevention and Safety Committee and prepared the clinic for AAAHC accreditation. Her clinical interests include integrative medicine, women's health and care for patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus.

Prior to her work at the Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake, Danielle was a Family Nurse Practitioner at Sea Mar Community Health Center in Kent, WA from 2015 to 2018. There, she provided primary care to an independent panel of 1600 patients. She was selected to serve as a nurse practitioner residency preceptor and routinely precepted nurse practitioner students from local universities.