Danielle Dillman, NP – Nurse Practitioner
Danielle Dillman is a nurse practitioner in Torrance, CA rated 3.7 out of 5, with patients rating her an outstanding performance rating. She accepts multiple insurance plans such as Aetna, MultiPlan and Regal Medical Group affiliation.
Daniels first came to public notice for his portrayal of fictional news anchor Will McAvoy on Aaron Sorkin’s HBO series The Newsroom (2012-14). Subsequently, Daniels appeared as real-life FBI Director John O’Neill in Hulu miniseries The Looming Tower (2018).
Early Life and Education
Daniela Dillman is a Family Nurse Practitioner at Make You Well Urgent Care in Torrance, CA. She can work independently or as part of a team under physician supervision and accepts multiple insurance plans as well as speaking Russian and Spanish fluently.
Dillman spent much of her youth growing up on film sets where her father directed TV commercials and feature films. Following college, she took up work such as multi-camera live shoots and various projects before finally making her acting debut in 1977 via short film.
Dillman quickly earned roles in films like Milos Forman’s Ragtime and James L. Brooks’ Terms of Endearment. Additionally, Richard Fleischer’s Compulsion — which follows the true-life Leopold and Loeb case — featured her prominently. Additionally, she performed in many Broadway plays and made several television appearances.
Daniela Dillman has over 11 years of experience practicing as a nurse practitioner. Currently she practices at Make You Well Urgent Care & Family Practice in Torrance, California where she works on a team supervised by a physician and accepts various insurance plans for new patients.
She is both a registered nurse and certified family nurse practitioner, performing in various productions of The Nutcracker with Paul Taylor, Parsons Dance and Jose Limon’s summer intensives.
She is registered with Medicare, has both a National Provider Identifier and PECOS Associate Control Number, as well as eligibility to order medical supplies, services and durable equipment on behalf of beneficiaries. In addition, she is an active member of both California and Texas associations for Nurse Practitioners.
Achievement and Honors
Daniela Dillman is a board-certified nurse practitioner with more than ten years of experience working in urgent care settings. She holds membership with both the American Association of Nurse Practitioners and California Association of Nurse Practitioners.
She is committed to providing patients with exceptional quality of care, taking time to listen and address their concerns. Furthermore, she emphasizes educating her patients so they can play an active role in managing their health.
Dillman appeared with Dean Stockwell in the 1959 thriller film Compulsion, based on the Leopold and Loeb case. Additionally, he created Edmund Tyrone in Eugene O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night which he performed 390 times on Broadway and won him a Theater World Award.
Dillman has treated numerous high-profile patients over her career, such as Fortune 500 executives, A-list celebrities, and professional athletes. Her patients have given her outstanding ratings for bedside manner and patient communication skills.
Dillman made his film debut opposite Dean Stockwell in 1959’s riveting crime drama Compulsion, an adaptation of the Leopold & Loeb murder case. Additionally, he appeared as a regular cast member on Dr. Kildare as well as guest spots in Columbo, Barnaby Jones, and Wild West television series.
He currently practices at Make You Well Urgent Care & Family Practice in Torrance, California and accepts new patients as well as most major insurance plans. To make an appointment click on his profile. His patients have given him an average rating of 3.7.
She is a budding actress whose impressive acting skills and aptitude have won her admirers among her peers. She has featured in multiple popular series that have contributed to building up her net worth.
She enjoys building strong relationships with her coworkers and can often be seen laughing on set. Additionally, she is known to put in extra efforts in order to deliver outstanding performances.
He appeared in numerous television programs in the 1960s and ’70s, such as Dr. Kildare, where he held recurring roles, and also co-starring alongside Peter Graves in Court Martial for its short run. Additionally, he co-starred alongside Dean Stockwell and Orson Welles in 1959 film Compulsion about Leopold and Loeb case, alongside Orson Welles as an actor.