Hannah Snyder, PA-C
Psychiatry & Addiction Medicine PA
Hannah Snyder, PA-C, is passionate about helping patients transform their mental health and feel their best. She is earning her Doctorate of Medical Science degree through the University of Lynchburg while completing a fellowship at AIM as our first PA fellow. Having completed a clinical rotation at AIM with preceptor Julie Romeis, DMSc, PA-C, as a PA student, she is excited to further her education and continue working with the very patients and clinicians that inspired her to specialize in psychiatry.
Before PA school, Hannah attended Lenoir-Rhyne University and earned a B.S in Biology. She worked as a nursing assistant in a long-term care facility and on a neuro/oncology unit in a hospital setting throughout her undergraduate education. These valuable encounters and experiences with patients inspired her to further her career in healthcare.
As a High Point, NC native, Hannah is delighted to help patients in her home state navigate their mental health journey. She values and utilizes a holistic approach when working with patients, recognizing that you must treat the entire person and address all aspects of their life while working toward mental wellness. Her personal experiences with mental health and addiction provide her with unique insight and allow her to empathize with patients. Highly valuing her patients’ input and expert opinions on themselves, she prioritizes discussing multiple options for treatment while placing patients at the center of their care and decision-making.
In her free time, Hannah enjoys cuddling with her dog, playing video games with her husband, going to Carolina Hurricanes games, and baking.
University of Lynchburg (Lynchburg, VA) — Master of Physician Assistant Medicine
Lenoir-Rhyne University (Hickory, NC) — B.S in Biology