Dayna Soluri MSN, AGACNP-BC
Dayna Soluri is a Nurse practitioner board certified through the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She began her nursing education at Charles E. Gregory School of Nursing then went on to further her education at Kean University in Union NJ where she obtained her BSN. She then received her triple Masters degree from Rutgers University in Newark NJ specializing in Adult, Geriatric, and Acute Care. In between obtaining her degrees she went on to receive 2 national certifications through the ANCC including the CCRN (certification in critical care) and CSC (cardiac surgery subspecialty). Her medical/nursing career has always focused around cardiac, pulmonary, and critical care medicine. She spent about 8 years in the open heart intensive care unit at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center where she cared for those patients who had undergone cardiac surgery including both heart and lung transplantation.
Dayna has been a member of Sigma Theta Tau international, Lambda Iota chapter since being inducted for academic excellence in her undergraduate studies. She is also maintains membership with AACN (American Association of Critical Care Nurses).
She currently holds the position as one of the senior coordinators for the Monmouth Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group. She is very passionate about the disease itself in that she collaborates with many who specialize in the field including our own Dr Sharon Weiner, and Meghan Rogers APN.
Prior to her nursing career she spent many years working as a baker and pastry chef which she continues to enjoy doing on her down time. She loves fitness and exercise and has competed in many 5K’s as well as obstacle course races. She loves all sports, in particular softball which she still plays in an adult league in the summer. She is a diehard New Jersey Devils, New York Mets, and New York Jets fan.