Glendive Medical Center Adds Two News Behavioral Health ProvidersGlendive, Montana, 7/8/2016 - Glendive Medical Center (GMC) is pleased to announce that Ana Stan, MD, Phd and Joanne Hynes, LCSW have joined the medical staff at GMC. Dr. Stan specializes in adult psychiatry, and Joanne Hynes specializes in child, family, and adult therapy. Dr. Stan is located in Livingston Montana and provides her services via telemedicine.
Dr. Stan earned her medical degree from the Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Bucharest. She completed her PhD at UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas Texas. She completed her residency at the Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic/University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Joanne Hynes earned her undergraduate degree from University of Montana Western in Dillon, MT and received her graduate degree from Walla Walla University in College Place Washington. She has worked as a Child and Family Therapist in Miles City, Missoula, and Helena.
"We could not be happier to have Dr. Stan and Joanne Hynes joining our Behavioral Health team. There is a great need for Behavioral Health services in our community and region, and we feel Dr. Stan and Joanne will be an excellent fit to meet the needs of our patients," Parker Powell, CEO, said.
Dr. Stan and Joanne are working with Kayli Christophel, PA-C in our Behavioral Health Department at Gabert Clinic. To make an appointment or for more information you can reach the Behavioral Health Department at 406-345- 2654.
For more information about GMC medical providers, please visit www.gmc.org.
About Glendive Medical Center - Glendive Medical Center (GMC) is a 25-bed critical access hospital located in eastern Montana, providing 24-hour emergency care and a full array of medical and surgical services. In addition, GMC operates two nursing homes with 151 total skilled beds-Extended Care (71 beds) and Eastern Montana Veterans Home (80 beds)-Gabert Clinic and Pharmacy, and The Heritage (Assisted Living 13-Units). Please call 406-345-3306 for inquiries or visit www.gmc.org.