Introducing Brandilyn Peabody-Archuleta 

Brandilyn Peabody-Archuleta Referral Coordinator Southern Ute Health Center
Photo Credit: Staff report | The Southern Ute Drum

My name is Brandilyn Peabody-Archuleta. My maternal grandparents are Vida B. Peabody and the late Frederick Peabody. My paternal grandparents are the late Mary and Raphael Herrera. My mother is Helene Peabody and my father is Michael Herrera. I have four sons and two grandsons. I have been happily married for 16 years. I have lived on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation and worked within my community my entire life. 

My education and background are in family development and case management. I received my certification in 2008 from the University of California-Berkeley. I have worked with children and their families for over 20 years regarding health tracking, goal setting, referrals to resources/specialty providers and emergency services. I am also certified by the State of Colorado to assist with Medicaid applications. 

My current position is the Referral Coordinator for the Southern Ute Health Center. In this position I maintain on-going tracking of patient referral for in-house or outside services. I assist patients with making appointments for outside services and answering any questions regarding referrals. I work closely with our providers, Tribal Member Health Benefits and referred offices, so our patients receive the best care possible. If you have any questions, please call me at (970) 563-2358 or stop by my office located in the Southern Ute Health Center. I look forward to speaking with you! 

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