Snyder new Senior Life manager at Cabinet Peaks

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Cabinet Peaks Medical Center is pleased to welcome a new manager to the Senior Life Solutions Program - Briana Snyder, RN.

Snyder holds a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Montana State University and has been in the healthcare field as a Registered Nurse for 10 years. She has been a member of the Cabinet Peaks team in Libby for 3.5 years as an obstetrics, floor, and charge nurse.

Briana has loved everything about her job and her co-workers at CPMC and is looking forward to moving over to Senior Life Solutions and working toward improving the quality of life for the aging population in this rural area.

“I have also worked in correctional nursing, on medical/surgical floors in different hospital, and as a utilization review case manager nurse for a Medicare company. All of these experiences have prepared me well for this endeavor,” she stated.

Since May of 2017, the Senior Life Solutions Program at Cabinet Peaks Medical Center has been providing intensive outpatient group therapy designed to meet the unique needs of adults over the age of 65 who are struggling with depression and anxiety often related to aging.

Snyder and her husband, Walter, have a 4-year-old son, Greyson, and a 2-year-old son, James.

They love living in Libby and enjoy doing anything outdoors, playing games, and being with friends and family.

For more information on the Senior Life Solutions Program, please call 283-6890.

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