Clinic Staff

Our Community Clinic Staff

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Donna McAuley, RN FNP CNM

Donna joined the Southern Inyo Community Clinic staff in January 2011. She was born and raised in Maine, relocating to Owens Valley in 1978 after 9 years in the San Francisco bay area.

She graduated from the Mary Hitchcock School of Nursing in 1968, Sonoma State University with a BS and FNP certification in 1978, and received her CNM from the Stanford Program for Midwifery in 1983.

She previously worked for Family Health Center in Bishop from June 1978 until May 2010.

Diane Cattabriga, RN FNP-C

Diane joined the Southern Inyo Community Clinic staff in April 25, 2013.  She completed her Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner at Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing in Hayden Kentucky in 2007.  Diane came to Southern Inyo Community Clinic to complete her clinical hours she was proctored by Gayle Frickel, NP.

Sandra Spiedel, RN FNP

Sandra received her Masters in Nursing from California State University, Fresno, for both Family Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Nurse Specialist in Pain Management.  She also received a post-Masters certification from University of San Diego in Emergency-Urgent Care Medicine.  She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Pain Management, Her various focuses as Nurse Practitioner have included Occupational Health, Emergency and Urgent Care,  Family Practice and Pain Management.  She worked as a Nurse Practitoner for Southern Inyo Community Clinic and was Director of the Pain Management Center in Lone Pine 2007-2010.  She retired in 2010.  She heeded a call to return to SIHD and came back to the Southern Inyo Community Clinic in July 2014 and “plans to be here for the duration”.  She recently bought a home in Olancha to become a permanent resident of Owens Valley and is happy to be home. “I love being a provider for this community and helping the people here be healthy”.

Laura Saldana, Clinic Manager

Our very capable clinic manager is Laura Saldana who is always looking for ways to better our clinic.