David Schneider, MD, FAAFP
Faculty Physician/Team Leader/Didactics Director/Procedures Director Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency; Professor of Family and Community Medicine, University of California-San Francisco, School of Medicine
Assembly Sessions – Cardiovascular: Acute Coronary Syndrome and Angina (Advanced): Stop Draggin' My Heart Around, CME001, CME002; Cardiovascular: Acute Coronary Syndrome and Angina (Fundamentals): Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart, CME003, CME004; Cardiovascular: Adult and Elderly Hypertension: I Got Pressure, CME005, CME006; Cardiovascular: Cardiac PBL : Discussion Session , CME267, CME273, CME275; Cardiovascular: Preoperative Evaluation: Not-Too-Risky Business, CMECME021, CME022; Endocrine: Hypothyroidism: It's a Drag, CME039, CME040
Dr. Schneider cares for the underserved in Santa Rosa, CA, serving Latino, Southeast Asian, and Eritrean populations. His professional interests include the doctor-patient relationship, clinical skills, and teaching the breadth and depth of family medicine for over 19 years. Cardiovascular system conditions are one of his specialty topics, and he points to “the growing body of evidence suggesting that lifestyle is as effective as, or more effective than, pharmacologic interventions in primary prevention.” He also focuses on conditions of the endocrine system (especially thyroid), skin and dermatology, primary prevention focusing on lifestyle, and procedures. Dr Schneider is board certified not only in Family Medicine, but also in Integrative Holistic Medicine. He produces Dr. Dave’s To Your Health segments for Wine Country Radio and BlogTalkRadio.com.