Boram joins Dr. Snuffer’s office
WESTON — Physician assistant Elizabeth Boram has joined Weston Family Medical Care, the practice of Dr. Rob Snuffer, in Weston. She is originally from northeast Pennsylvania and received both her undergraduate and Physician Assistant Master’s degree from Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania. She is married to Chad, an engineer for the West Virginia Department of Highways. The couple lives in Weston and has four children, London, 6; Levi, 8; Luke, 10; and Paige, 17.
Boram worked for the past six years in Elkins at a gastroenterology clinic. Prior to working in Elkins, she worked for eight years as a physician assistant/health service administrator at FCI Gilmer in Glenville.
“It will be nice to be helping the people who I know in the community. The attractive aspect of a small town is the ability to know everyone and to be able to help them,” Boram said. “I know that Dr. Snuffer’s office is quite popular, so I am sure that I will be kept busy.”
Boram will be seeing patients from 8 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. normally, Monday through Thursday. She will provide Medicare annual wellness visits, Well Child visits and sick visits. She will be working with established patients as well.