Dr. Danielle Davies is a family medicine physician and faculty member at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho- Nampa Program, a Federally Qualified Health Center and Residency Program serving vulnerable populations in the Treasure Valley. Danielle graduated from Villanova University outside Philadelphia, PA with a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in Honors studies. She attended medical school at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School at Rutgers University in New Jersey, her home state. Danielle moved to Idaho for residency training in family medicine that included rural rotations in Shoshone, Cottonwood and McCall. Upon graduation she joined the faculty at FMRI. Danielle has served on the Operations Committee and has coordinated the Morbidity and Mortality conference. She is also the curricular lead for the women’s health rotation. With the ultimate goal of bringing more primary care physicians to Idaho, Danielle has joined the newly opened Nampa Program which will bring another residency program to Canyon County. Danielle gained first-hand knowledge of our global community through volunteer efforts in home-building in border towns of Mexico, a medical clinic for Nicaraguan refugees living in Costa Rica, education efforts in El Salvador, tent clinics for Tibetan refugees in Spiti Valley, India and she achieved proficiency in medical Spanish through an intensive language course in Peru.
Dr. Danielle Davies