Dr. Scott Schroeder
Dr. Schroeder is a native of the Wenatchee community. He was raised in Wenatchee, attending school at Wenatchee high school and participating in the high school football and tennis. His family was active in community events, as well as the local medical field. His father practiced as an anesthesiologist in Wenatchee for 43 years. Dr. Schroeder has spent a great deal of time in the Chelan area, as well as generally exploring north central Washington outdoors as an avid outdoorsman, hunter and fisherman.
Dr. Schroeder raised his 3 daughters in the community. He and his wife continue to participate in hiking and outdoor activities. His family can often be found hiking, skiing or snow shoeing in the hills surrounding Wenatchee. He may also be spotted off the Coast of Vancouver Island, deep-sea fishing for halibut and salmon. Dr. Schroeder enjoys bird hunting with his dogs and is a conservation enthusiast in the region, working to preserve habitat and continued opportunity for generations to have experiences similar to his.
Dr. Schroeder attended Washington State University for his pre-medical education, earning a bachelor’s degree in biology. He attended the California College of Podiatric Medicine for his doctorate degree and was surgically trained in the San Francisco bay area region.
Dr. Schroeder has practiced in the Wenatchee area for over 25 years and has provided medical consultation in the Omak and Quincy regions. He has been active in Washington state podiatric associations, serving in both local and national committees, including past president of the Washington State Podiatric Medical Association. Dr. Schroeder was awarded the Washington state Podiatrist of the Year award in 2005.