Scott Schnee, M.D.
I received my undergraduate degree from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. I attended medical school at the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. I completed the 5th Pathway Program from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, at the Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center in Bronx, N.Y. I completed my Internship at Flushing Hospital and Medical Center in Flushing, NY and my Residency at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, NJ.
You can find me at our Casa Grande Office and can contact our office directly at 520-421-7400.
I am originally from New Jersey, just outside of New York City. My uncle was a professional concert violinist and was exposed to the arts from an early age. Until I reached high school I considered following my uncle’s footsteps and becoming a concert clarinetist.
While in high school I fell in love with physics and went to Johns Hopkins fully expecting to be a research scientist. At college I was exposed to the work of Doctors Without Borders. A late career change led me to go to Mexico to become a doctor.
In Mexico I found my wife and started a family, and so had to give up my dreams of practicing medicine with Doctors Without Borders in disaster sites around the world. I have 3 daughters, one son in law and a granddaughter who is the apple of my eye. I have a big Golden Doodle named Ralph who is a service dog and sometimes joins me in the office and the hospitals. I speak Spanish fluently and enjoy Latin American music and poetry. I continue to play the clarinet and enjoy going to the symphony on a regular basis. I am also a big hockey fan.
Pediatrics is a wonderful field. I love to solve puzzles. Children fill my days with new puzzles to solve. When I help a sick child, I not only make the child feel better, but I help the entire family feel better. For me, there is no greater calling.