Danielle Salley, DMSc, MPAS, PA-C


Danielle Salley, MPAS, PA-C

Highlights & Strengths

  • Board Certified Physician Assistant
  • 15 years of experience
  • Certified in Bio-Identical Hormone Pellet Therapy
  • Proficient with advanced in-office procedures
  • Teased affectionately as the “mini Dr. Cooke”
  • Faith-centered
  • Warm and friendly with patients


Danielle A. Salley, PA-C is fulfilling her childhood dream of working in the specialty of Obstetrics and Gynecology since 2008.  She was very fortunate to have loving parents who were most influential and positive role models. By having such distinguished personal examples to emulate, she learned valuable lessons through personal observation and application which enabled her to experience significant and noteworthy accomplishments in her many life endeavors.

She graduated from Lincoln University in Lincoln, PA, and achieved a Bachelor’s Degree of Science majoring in Biology, Pre-med, with an award of Cum Laude.  She was inducted into Beta Kappa Chi Scientific Honor Society. She further advanced her education by achieving a Bachelor’s Degree of Science from Howard University, Washington, DC, with a major in Physician Assistant studies.  She received recognition as Magna Cum Laude. At that time, she was also inducted in the Golden Key National Honor Society and Epsilon Tau Sigma of the National Society of Allied Health Honor Society. Her Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant studies was completed at Touro College in Bay Shore, NY.

Danielle is a highly motivated, determined, and professionally trained Physician Assistant in the specialty of Obstetrics/Gynecology.  In addition to her vast knowledge and gained experience as a certified PA, her interpersonal skills and amicable personality enable her to be an exceptional health care provider. She truly enjoys working in her profession.  She is a very talented individual who acknowledges God and his enabling grace as the means for her personally attained skills, wisdom, knowledge, and experienced career successes in the field of medicine.