Dr. David P. Schlueter II MD FACEP FAAEM received his B.A. in economics from DePauw University in 1988. He worked on a Colorado dude ranch for a year before deciding to pursue his M.D. from Indiana University graduating in 1995. He received the Mary Jean Yoder Award which, "honors a graduating senior who exhibits high moral character, academic excellence, and, especially, dedication to service of others." He started residency in general surgery at Methodist/I.U. but after 3 years "saw the light" and transferred to emergency medicine. Dr Schlueter completed a residency at Michigan State/ KCMS in 2001 where he was named Emergency Medicine Resident Teacher of the Year. David practiced in the community setting in Chicago, Michigan and central Indiana for 3 years prior to starting on staff at the Indiana University School of Medicine, Methodist Hospital in 2004.
Dr. Schlueter's interests include healthcare economics, health systems, and policy. He co-founded the Indiana Emergency Medicine Legislative Reception as well as the Legislative Elective allowing Residents a chance to see the inner workings of health care politics and policy at the state level. He has been a board member of Indiana ACEP since 2005 serving at Vice President 2009, President 2010, and has been a Councillor to National ACEP.
David enjoys family time with his wife and three kids, lots of outdoor stuff/sport (2007 Louisville Ironman Finisher), travel, reading theology, and South Haven MI.