Joseph D. Snyder, RN, CHT
Clinical Nurse Manger
Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Center
Wooster Community Hospital
Joe comes to the Board with 30 years of hyperbaric nursing, technical and administrative experience. His professional career began as a U.S. Navy corpsman. Upon completion of his military service he attended Kent State University School of Nursing. After graduation he began his nursing career at Mercy Medical Center, in Canton, Ohio, where he spent four years in their long-term acute care (ventilator) unit before joining the hospital’s hyperbaric team. In 1990 he was promoted to Program Coordinator, a position he held for 23 years. Joe became certified in hyperbaric technology in 2001. In 2013 he relocated to Akron General Medical Center, where he remains today.
Joe has been active and prominent within the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society’s Mid West Chapter. He served ably as its president from 2003-2005 and again from 2012-2014. In this capacity he organized and hosted highly successful Mid West Chapter Hyperbaric Medicine Symposiums in 2002, 2006, 2008 and again in 2014.
Joe is one of a dying breed of monoplace chamber delivery system operators who maintains great skill, knowledge and experience in all of its critical care aspects. Over the past three decades he has lectured extensively across the range of health care delivery system practitioners throughout the Mid West.
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