FAMILY MEDICINE

DR. MARK SCHUELER

SPECIALTY INTERESTS

  • Family Medicine
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Geriatrics

Family Medicine is a specialty area of Medical Practice that encompasses the entire family in a special way of practicing medicine.

Family Medicine provides continuing, comprehensive health care for both the individual and family.  It is a specialty with great breadth - treating patients from birth to death and integrating biological, clinical, and behavioral sciences.

Dr. Schueler loves the relationships that he has forged over decades with his patients.  He loves being able to care for his patients in the outpatient and inpatient settings.  Dr. Schueler feels that continuity of care is best when you and your doctor are partners, and work as a team to keep you healthy.

MEDICAL DEGREE

University of Utah School of Medicine

RESIDENCY

St. Mary's Hospital, Grand Rapids Michigan

AFFILIATIONS & AWARDS

  • ER and Ambulance Medical Director
  • County Health Officer
  • EMT Trainer
  • State ATLS Instructor
  • Rotary Club
  • University of Washington Clinical Preceptor and Associate Professor of Medicine

ABOUT

Dr. Schueler's grandmother was a big influence on his decision to become a doctor.

She “lured” him into the profession by telling him interesting stories about her job as a nurse and bringing home stethoscopes and syringes for him to play with.  Dr. Schueler finds the medical profession challenging and rarely boring.


"I enjoy being my own boss…there are always
new things to learn and new people to meet.”

Dr. Schueler tries to keep an open mind to alternative medicine. “As a medical doctor, I’m an advocate for the patient and tend to apply science to alternative medicine. There are things people can do to take care of themselves, simple things… I’m pleased to find that people in Buffalo are interested in doing things proactively.”

Dr Schueler and his wife love Buffalo, and have raised their 2 children here.
         

“Buffalo is  the best place to be. I work with an honest, straight-forward group of people in Johnson County.”