Faculty and Current Residents



Jennifer Snyder, MD

Jennifer Snyder, MD, is a family physician who came to CVCH after completing an obstetrics fellowship in Spokane in 2014. Dr. Snyder grew up in western Washington, and after completing an undergraduate degree in International Studies at the University of Washington, decided to attend medical school in Guadalajara, Mexico, where she was able to learn Spanish and travel while completing a basic…


Christine Wineberg, Psy.D.

Christine Wineberg, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and behavioral medicine consultant in Chelan. She leads the Chelan Behavioral Health/Behavioral Medicine team as the Associate Director for Behavioral Health. She moved from…


Tobe Harberd, MD

Tobe Harberd, MD was born and raised on a cattle ranch in the rural town of Weiser, Idaho. He attended Washington State University for undergraduate studies and then obtained his medical degree at the University of Washington School of Medicine through the WWAMI program. Tobe then travelled to Greeley, Colorado where he completed residency at North Colorado Family Medicine. His wife and he…


Scott Hippe, MD

Scott Hippe, MD is a proud Washingtonian who grew up in Snohomish and completed undergraduate studies at Gonzaga University. He received his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine and then traveled to Boise for residency training at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. There he also completed a fellowship in surgical obstetrics. His practice interests include…


Maria Pia Castillo, MD


Undergrad: State University of NY, Stony Brook

Name of Medical School: Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Residency: University of Washington, Harborview Underserved Track 2013-2016

Fellowship: University of New Mexico Maternal Child Health…


Andrew Gray, DO

Professional areas of Interest: Women’s Health, Obstetrics, Upper/Lower Endoscopy, Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy, Sports Medicine, Full Spectrum Adult and 


Family Medicine Residents

John Leatherman, MD

During undergrad, I worked as a wilderness ranger in Olympic National Park, and have continued since to appreciate the full slate of PNW outdoor activities. After receiving my degree, I spent 3 years with the Peace Corps working as a science teacher in small communities in West Africa, which sparked my interest in similarly working in a smaller setting as physician down the line. 


Matthew Acosta, MD

Matt was raised in Frelinghuysen, NJ and earned a Chemistry degree with a minor in theatre at Binghamton University. He started his career in the medical field volunteering with the town EMS squad and continued EMS volunteering through college. Over the years he accrued many interests and enjoys anything outdoors oriented, snowboards regularly, plays guitar and occasionally video games. He…


Lucia Carbajal, MD

Lucia Carbajal is a family medicine resident physician who grew up in rural Idaho to Mexican parents. Her interest in practicing full-spectrum, rural medicine was rooted in observing inequities that occurred in healthcare among Spanish-speaking seasonal agricultural workers in her hometown. After attending Arizona State University for her undergraduate studies, she…


Tessa Moore, MD


Tessa Moore is a Family Medicine resident who grew up in the small northeastern…