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Brian Snyder

Dr. Brian Lee Snyder, MD

Emergency Medicine


Dr. Snyder graduated from the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in 2009. He works in Roseville, CA and 1 other location and specializes in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Snyder is affiliated with Kaiser Permanente Sacramento Medical Center.


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Kaiser Permanente Medical Group
1600 Eureka Rd
Roseville, CA, 95661
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"Dr. Snyder was so intimidating. He was rude, interrupted, and wouldn't listen through. I would never ever want to be his patient again. Every time he talked about a woman doctor he would call her 'he'. I am not comfortable being around this doctor."
  • March 1, 2022
"IF YOU EVER GET DR. SNYDER, ASK FOR ANOTHER DOCTOR!!!! After calling the advice nurse who spoke to an ER doctor, I was sent to the ER by for shortness of breath/difficulty breathing. I’d had a negative COVID test a week before but was still sent to the COVID tent. While waiting I overheard Dr. Snyder telling every patient that if their oxygen dipped below 90 it’s an automatic admission to the hospital. When they got to me, I told them for the last 10 days I’d been wheezing, having to use my accessory muscles to breathe, experiencing shortness of breath after just standing for a few minutes or walking across a room and my rescue inhaler (albuterol) had stopped having any effect 4 days prior. Dr. Snyder took my vitals (spo2 was 88, heart rate 115) and listened to my lungs. He said my lungs sounded good, I just needed 8 puffs of albuterol and I’d be good as new. I asked why the automatic admission wasn’t applied to me along with a few other questions. Every question was met with “you just ...
need 8 puffs of albuterol.” He explained 8 puffs is the equivalent of a nebulizer breathing treatment. He also ordered another COVID test, EKG, labs and an X-ray to rule out a heart attack, pulmonary embolism and pneumonia. I did 8 puffs of albuterol then had an X-ray and an EKG. Twenty minutes later I asked the nurse how long it takes the albuterol to work because I hadn’t felt any change. She hooked me up to a monitor and listened to my lungs. Two other nurses also listened, one with a stethoscope and one without. All three said they heard significant wheezing and were concerned because my spo2 was 87. They told Dr. Snyder their concerns and suggested I be started on oxygen. Dr. Snider said I’d be fine. They disagreed so started me on oxygen. After 20 minutes my spo2 was up to 97. By then all my tests and labs came back. Everything was good other than my labs showing I have an infection of some kind. So Dr. Snyder said, “Since your X-ray is negative, you have no fever right now and you’re sats are 97 on oxygen, I’m going to discharge you. I don’t want to run more tests because I think you just need to use your inhaler more often. Instead of every 4 hours, use it every 3 hours and follow up with your doctor.” I told him my doctor was out for the next 2 weeks and reminded him the Advice nurse and ER doctor had told me to come in. But nothing I or the nurses said had any impact of changed his mind in any way. Because of COVID, the hospital’s policy is to only allow the patient in. My husband was furious because I’m clearly in distress but wasn’t cared for at all. It was a waste of time and money. Two days later I wasn’t any better so emailed my doctor knowing the covering MD would see it. Her MA made a same day phone appointment with the covering MD. The 1st thing she said was that I never should’ve been discharged but rather should’ve been admitted. She could hear me wheezing over the phone. Between that, my cough and inability to finish even short sentences she was concerned and said I needed to go back because I’m in respiratory distress. She fully understood why I didn’t want to. What’s stopping the next MD from just dismissing me the same way Dr. Snyder did? IF YOU EVER GET DR. SNYDER, ASK FOR ANOTHER DOCTOR!!!! "
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  • December 30, 2020


Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center
1600 Eureka Rd
Roseville, CA, 95661
2025 Morse Ave
Sacramento, CA, 95825



Medical School
Southern Illinois University School Of Medicine
Graduated 2009
United States Army Medical Center


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  • Kaiser Permanente
  • California - Northern
  • Senior Advantage Medicare Cost
  • Kaiser Permanente California - Northern
  • Kaiser Permanente - Northern CA HMO


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