As a native of Grand Junction, Danielle Yahn, RN, knew at a young age part of her destiny was to serve others with compassion in healthcare. Danielle was 15 when she took a first responder class that sparked a passion for connecting with and serving others with physiology. While in high school, she worked as a medical assistant and transcriptionist.
Danielle graduated from the nursing program at Mesa State College in 2009. During her time in the nursing program, she worked at Community Hospital as an education coordinator. It was in this position that her love for education in the medical setting developed. She served patients in the medical-surgical and orthopedic units of the hospital for three years, building a foundation of excellent nursing care.
Danielle became a licensed Registered Nurse in 2010. In 2011 she moved from working as a medical-surgical charge nurse to emergency department RN and served in emergency care until June 2022. The emergency department was a wonderful place to obtain a wide range of experience. She was able to help treat a myriad of disorders. Danielle was always ready to provide compassionate care to others during their worst days.
Danielle has also worked as a sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE) and Mesa County SANE coordinator. Other work experience includes launching a pediatric committee focused on pediatric care in a hospital setting, working as a procedure nurse for Gastroenterology Associates of Western Colorado, and consulting work for neighboring county’s forensic programs.
After almost 16 years of providing hospital patient care, Danielle was ready for a change and launched ReVita Health Services. The Latin words Re and Vita mean “back again” and “life” which speaks to her passion of partnering with her patients to rejuvenate, boost, and promote balance within their lives. She is excited to be able to provide thorough care of the whole patient by collaborating with a team of like minded professionals at Healing Horizons where the patient is the leader of their own care.