Pamela has been a part of the Medication Management team at Human Supports of Idaho for ten years. She works in both the Boise and Caldwell office, and also works at other facilities throughout the Treasure Valley.
Pamela received her Associate’s degree in nursing in 1988 and her Bachelor’s degree in nursing in 1991.
She worked for Saint Alphonsus as a floor nurse for 20 years and received her Master’s in nursing in 2002.
Pamela enjoys growth and development and loves working with families.
She has been a member of Nurse Practitioners of Idaho for over 15 years and is proud of the incredible strides the organization has made to improve healthcare in Idaho. Pamela is also a member of the National Nurses Association and is a certified member of American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).
Learning and teaching are very important components to Pamela and she spends a lot of time attending CEU’s and mentoring students.
For the past six years Pamela has allowed students from Idaho State University to go with her to all of her sites as a part of their Psych rotations for school.
Pamela takes a very holistic approach when working with patients and pays close attention to mind, body, and spirit. She believes it is important to treat patients the same as she would treat her own children and family.
Sarah Hall, FNP works in our medication management department. She specializes in psychopharmacology. This is the study and use of drugs for the modification of behavior and the alleviation of symptoms associated with mental health. She can help with diagnosis of mental health issues.
Sarah works together with patients to help achieve their individual mental health goals with an attitude of compassion, acceptance, and empathy.
She started her career as a nurse in the hospital setting for several years and also attending school part time to obtain her Masters of Nursing Degree in Family Practice. She originally worked in pediatrics but found she loved the mental health field which brings her to Human Supports of Idaho. She especially enjoys being a part of helping people overcome their struggles and believes medications can be helpful but are just one part of good mental health.
In her free time, she most enjoys spending time with her family, hiking, camping, traveling, and doing crafts.
Meredith is a part of our medication management team. She treats adolescence and adults and specializes in medication that helps with alleviation of symptoms and behaviors for people struggling with their mental health. She predominantly works in the Caldwell office, but is occasionally in Boise. She started her career in the nursing home setting but has worked the last 7 years in the hospital, with 5 of those years being in the trauma ICU at St. Alphonsus in Boise. Meredith believes that trauma plays a large part in people’s behaviors and that sometimes medication is needed to help deal and process their trauma.
In her free time, Meredith enjoys spending time with her husband and kids. They have three Yorkshire terriers, and she breeds her females. Her family loves raising puppies and making sure they find their furever homes. They also enjoy camping and spending time outdoors. Meredith’s favorite part about her job is being able to help others. Mental illness should be treated just as any other disease that someone suffers. You don’t have to suffer alone, there are options that may significantly improve your life.