Maggie Schuyler began her career in sports medicine. Working as an athletic trainer in a small college in Maine, she yearned for more. Family medicine became the obvious choice and would give her the opportunity to build relationships with patients across their lifespan. That was the “more” that Maggie needed.
Joining Tri-County Family Medicine was a natural transition for Maggie. Her husband grew up in the area and after he retired from the Navy, it made sense for them to return here. And being connected to a small community where almost everyone knows your name makes it that much better.
Maggie believes that an informed patient is a happy patient. “I want my patients to have all the information regarding their condition and the potential options for management available to them.” This helps patients make informed decisions about their healthcare.
When asked what motivates her to come to work every day, Maggie says it’s her family, patients, and colleagues. “I enjoy connecting with my patients, and I am fortunate to work with such talented colleagues.”
Maggie enjoys spending time with her family, in the outdoors–biking, hiking, fishing, boating, and camping, but enjoys sharing stories and laughing most of all.