David Schrier, MD Joins Unity Hospice As The New Medical Director

September 24, 2018

September 24, 2018

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David Schrier, MD Joins Unity Hospice As The New Medical Director

Green Bay, Wis. – Unity Hospice is pleased to announce and welcome David Schrier, MD, as the new Medical Director. As Medical Director, Dr. Schrier is responsible for the review and certification of patient referrals to hospice and the oversight of patients’ medical care and treatment plans.

Dr. Schrier comes to Unity Hospice with nearly 30 years of combined experience in oncology, hospice and palliative care. He prides himself in developing strong rapport with patients, families and community partners.

“I am honored and excited to join the Unity team and look forward to serving patients and families throughout Northeast Wisconsin,” expressed Dr. Schrier.

About David Schrier, MD

Dr. Schrier received his Bachelor’s Degree from DePauw University in Indiana and earned his medical degree from the University of Colorado. He is board certified in Medical Oncology and also possesses extensive knowledge in hospice having served as Palliative Care and Hospice Medical Director for the Colorado Visiting Nurses Association for 10 years. His vast experience also extends into non-medical aspects of patient care including staffing, scheduling, marketing, education and community involvement as a result of establishing a private practice and founding Ray of Hope Foundation, a cancer support charity.

Dr. Schrier, along with his wife Brenda, daughter Claire and 5 canine companions, recently relocated to the Fox Valley to be closer to extended family. As a college graduate, his son, Blake, is in the process of establishing his own career in California.

About Unity
Unity is a nonprofit provider of hospice care, palliative care and grief support throughout 13 counties in Northeast Wisconsin with community offices in De Pere, Sturgeon Bay, Marinette, and Shawano. A continuation of Bellin Hospice, founded in 1977, Unity was the first hospice in Wisconsin and the third in the nation. Patients and loved ones are served by more than 235 paid employees and nearly 300 volunteers living the mission of bringing the best end-of-life experience by delivering unwavering strength, compassion and support. Unity is a caring, nonprofit partnership of Bellin Health, HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center and HSHS St. Vincent Hospital.