I am a board certified physician working for two emergency departments -- the Choctaw tribe in Mississippi, and the Cherokee tribe in North Carolina. I was proud to serve on the Board of Directors for the American Board of Urgent Care Medicine from Jan 2016-Dec2019.
I spent 12 years serving my country in the United States Navy, from 1994-2006. I started as an enlisted medic, rose through the ranks, and completed my tour as a Lieutenant. After my honorable discharge in 2006, I spent some time completing an MBA abroad with the University of Pittsburgh, then returned to work for the Indian Health Service from 2008-Present.
I am busy, but am making a difference, and am enjoying the collaborative environments of care. I am happy and grateful to be able to continue my ties with the Choctaw and Cherokee tribes.
Education & Training
University of Pittsburgh - Katz Graduate School of BusinessOtherTraining
Uniformed Services University of the Health SciencesMedicalSchool
St. Lawrence UniversityOtherTraining
Certifications & Licensure
NY State Medical License2005 - 2022
Publications & Presentations
Emergency Medical Evaluation and Management of Diarrheal Shellfish Poisoning
Schroeder G and Beebe C, AAUCM e-journal, 2/1/2019
Emergency Medical Management of Patients Exposed to Marine Microbes & Toxins Associated with Harmful Algal Blooms
Schroeder G, Cronan J and Beebe C, AAUCM e-journal, 10/1/2018
Dyspnea In A 49-Year-Old Male: A Diagnosis Not To Be Missed
Beebe C, Tizes B and Schroeder G, AAUCM e-journal, 9/1/2018
Emergency Medical Management of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning
Schroeder G and Beebe C, AAUCM e-journal, 6/1/2018