Daniel Fuller started his medical career in the U.S. Navy as a hospital corpsman, where he served five years on active duty and was honorably discharged. During his military service, he served two tours in Iraq as a fleet marine force corpsman and learned basic nursing and emergency medical technician skills. It was there that he was introduced to mental health issues. As Daniel would help perform post deployment physicals on Marines he served with in Iraq, allowing him to witness firsthand the struggles of service members returning from war. After his military service, Daniel worked at Riverside Center for Behavioral Medicine as a mental health and chemical dependency nurse before joining the staff of Michael’s House as a nurse in 2012. As the men’s center nursing supervisor, he continues to be a strong advocate for mental health and patients struggling with their addiction. Between his military service and nursing work, he has more than 15 years of experience in the medical field.