High-Tech Care with Old-fashioned Values

Dr. Schindler was born and raised in McClusky, North Dakota. He went to the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks for 3 undergraduate years before entering medical school at UND School of Medicine in Grand Forks. After 2 years of preclinical training he transferred to Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas where he received his MD in 1983.

He completed his Family Medicine residency in Martinez, California at a University of California at Davis affiliated residency in 1986.

He received an Masters of Public Health (MPH) degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1987.

He worked at a Robert Wood Johnson sponsored Health Care for the Homeless Project in Denver and with the Puyallup Tribal Health Authority in Tacoma, Washington before returning to Houston to teach.

He spent 7 years with UT-Houston School of Medicine most as the Director of Urban Family Medicine before returning to Baylor Med to become the Vice-chairman for clinical affairs in 1997.

He came to east TN in 2001 and recently has moved to Morristown to be closer to his practice in White Pine and his church.