Psychiatric & Nursing
Comprised of highly skilled individuals, our psychiatric team is trained to handle the full range of mental health conditions with unmatched expertise and commitment.
Susanna Darr, APRN
Born and raised in Georgia, Susanna moved to Montana with her husband in 2008 and has been providing her expertise as one of GMHC’s primary psychiatric providers since that date. Susanna received her MS in Nursing from Vanderbilt University in 2004 and has practiced in both community mental health and private practice settings since 2005. Susanna holds degrees from the University of Georgia and Emory University and is currently board-certified as an Adult Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. An integral player in the staffing, building and organizing of the GMHC psychiatric team, Susanna has become an irreplaceable part of GMHC, weathering the storms with her brilliant smile, unswerving grace under pressure and steadfast southern charm.
Anne Maxwell, APRN
Anne brings a wealth of knowledge and breadth of experience to the psychiatric staff. Born and raised in Missoula, Montana, Anne holds a BS and MS in Nursing from Montana State University and Gonzaga University, respectively. Prior to earning her master’s, Anne worked for 28 years in a range of health fields and under a wide spectrum of circumstances including as a Peace Corps volunteer on a remote island in Micronesia, in an inpatient substance abuse program in Corvallis, Oregon, in community mental health settings and in inpatient child/adolescent psychiatry at the University of Minnesota Health Science Hospital. After returning to Montana in 1992, Anne worked in college health at Montana State University and at Children’s Comprehensive Services, a partial psychiatric hospital serving children and adolescents. Anne has been practicing as a board-certified Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in both community and private practice settings since 2004.
Elsa Malmburg, RN
Outpatient/Hope House Nurse