David P. Schlueter, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine
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.
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