Mary Gail Daniels is a Family Nurse Practitioner at Twelve Clans Unity Hospital. She was born and raised in a small rural community in South Carolina. After graduation from high school, she attended the University of South Carolina and earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and nursing. At the same time, she also acquired teaching credentials and worked as a lab tech, a teacher, and later, as a nurse. Mary began her nurse practitioner course of study and training at the University of South Carolina as a National Health Service Corps Scholar. She intended from the beginning of her training to provide healthcare services to the underserved. Since graduating from the Nurse Practitioner program at the University of South Carolina in 1995, most of her career has been spent doing just this, initially serving in federally qualified health centers, then with the Indian Health Services and now with the Winnebago Tribe on Nebraska at Twelve Clans Unity Hospital.
Mary Gail Daniels specializes in family practice and has worked as a family practice clinician, an HIV specialist, a program director, a certified diabetes educator, and as an assistant medical director at various facilities.
Mary Gail Daniels is married and has 5 beautiful children who she says greatly enrich her life-4 boys and a girl. She has 3 busy grandchildren-1 boy and 2 girls. For enjoyment, she loves to dabble with photo enhancement and manipulation with Photoshop, artistic projects, dance, cooking, reading, and watching and reading mysteries and comedies.