Dr. Snider joined Hosparus Health in 2013 and has served as senior medical director. In that role, she has led the growth of the nonprofit provider’s Kourageous Kids pediatric hospice and palliative care program. She has also formalized a home visit program for providers and led telehealth initiatives, including serving on the Kentucky Telehealth Network Workgroup. She co-founded the newly formed Kentucky Palliative Care Coalition and is working to finalize the infrastructure of this new nonprofit.
Dr. Snider is the newest physician member on the Passport Physician Partnership Council and will represent the Greater Louisville Medical Society as a 2018 delegate to the Kentucky Medical Association. In addition to her role with Hosparus Health, Dr. Snider is a volunteer clinical professor with the University of Louisville School of Medicine and is engaged in continually training fellows and medical students in home hospice. In 2015, she received the medical school’s Gratis Faculty Teacher of the Year Award.
Dr. Snider earned her bachelor’s degree from Transylvania University and graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine with high distinction in 2009. She completed Internal Medicine training at UK in 2012, during which she served as chief resident of the internal medicine primary care track. She completed her hospice and palliative medicine fellowship with Bluegrass Care Navigators (formerly Hospice of the Bluegrass).