Dedicated to compassionate, patient-focused care, Danielle Lasden brings over six years of hands-on experience to Emory Recovery Center. As a board-certified Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner with a specialty in addiction medicine, Danielle possesses an unwavering commitment to the holistic treatment of individuals grappling with substance use disorders.
Having served at renowned institutions like Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Danielle has demonstrated expertise in integrating addiction medicine into primary care, ensuring comprehensive and seamless care for her patients. Her proactive approach in initiating medication-assisted treatment ensures the optimal therapeutic journey for every patient under her care.
Her deep understanding of substance use disorders, combined with her passion for nutrition and wellness, ensures that each patient receives personalized, holistic care to embark on a transformative healing journey.
Danielle is a proud alumna of Regis College, where she achieved her B.S./M.S. in Nursing with a specialization in Adult-Gerontology. Further cementing her academic prowess, she has a B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics from Simmons College.
In her commitment to lifelong learning and professional excellence, Danielle is an esteemed member of the Honor Society of Nursing Sigma Theta Tau International. Her unwavering dedication, expertise, and empathetic approach make her a cherished part of the Emory Recovery Center family.