Danielle M. Crum FNP-BC, RN

Family Nurse Practitioner

Danielle first moved to the Carolina’s right after high school to attend Winthrop University. In 2006 she graduated from Winthrop University with a degree in accounting. Shortly after entering the business world she decided to go back to school and become a registered nurse. In 2014 she completed her degree as a Registered Nurse, graduating summa cum laude. In 2018 she decided to continue her education and pursuit of her Master of Science in Nursing, with a specialty of Family Nurse Practitioner. She attended ECPI University at Virginia Beach where she graduated with distinctions. She was credentialed by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) as a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner in 2020.

Danielle’s career began as an Emergency department Registered Nurse at Atrium Health. During her time in the Emergency depart she traveled and worked in a diverse collection of facilities ranging from Level 1 trauma centers to rural hospitals. When she moved back to North Carolina she worked as an Emergency room resource nurse where she would travel to several different Atrium Health facilities and work in their Emergency departments.

When deciding on what kind of medicine, she wanted to practice in she reflected on her time as an Emergency room RN and her own personal health history. This would lead her to conclude that she wanted to focus on holistic and preventative medicine. She would start her career as an FNP a small office that focused on regenerative medicine, weight management, IV therapy, and Neuropathy. She then started her career at Dynamic Health Carolinas in June 2021 where she could expand her practice and focus on regenerative medicine and holistic care.

Danielle grew up in southwestern, Pennsylvania and permanently moved to North Carolina in 2017. Danielle is an avid snow skier, hiker, yogi, and loves to be outdoors. She has also pursued her passion for physical fitness and the desire to better understand the mechanics of body movement by obtaining 200-hour Yoga and Pilates certifications