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Carrie Snyder, Nurse Navigator
Hi, I'm Carrie Snyder, Nurse Navigator at Beebe Healthcare. I serve as a resource for community members to help guide them on their healthcare journey. Part of my job is answering calls and emails from residents and visitors to help connect them with the services they need. Another part of my job is talking to community organizations about all that Beebe offers.
Some commonly asked questions are:
How do I know if I should go to the Emergency Department or to the Walk-In Care?
I am looking for a physician, where should I start?
I recently learned I am pregnant, when do I need to make my first appointment?
Our OB/GYNs recommend making your first appointment around 12 weeks, however you are welcome to call the practice and set it up at any time. Click here for our list of OB/GYNs.
I have had leg pain and my physician recommended seeing someone - does Beebe have someone specializing in vein issues?
Yes, Beebe Vascular has a Vein Center as part of our Cardiac & Vascular Services. Find out more and contact them here.
I have ongoing pain from an old injury, should I see an orthopedist?
Often, old injuries can cause a need for orthopaedic surgery. We have several orthopaedic services teams affiliated with Beebe. Click here to contact them to make an appointment. If you are not ready for surgery, Beebe Physical Rehabilitation Services can work with you to strengthen your muscles, reduce pain, and get you feeling better without surgery. Find out more and contact Physical Rehab here.
If you have other questions besides those listed here, please use the form at right to send me a message! You can also call me at my specific numbers below.
For Cardiac & Vascular questions, call (844) 316-3334.
For Orthopaedic Services questions, call (844) 316-3332.
For Women's Health questions, call (844) 316-3330.
For Surgery questions, call (844) 316-3339.