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Daniel Schroer, CNP

Scioto Family Physicians

“My mission is to work alongside patients to empower them and help them achieve their greatest potential for physical and emotional well-being.”

Provider Overview

Specialty
Family Medicine
Accepting New Patients
No
Languages Spoken
English

Provider Background

Board Certification

Ohio Board of Nursing

University

The Ohio State University School of Nursing

Insurances Accepted

  • Aetna

  • Aetna Better Health aka Aetna MyCare

  • Aetna Medicare (COPC Senior Care Advantage Participant)

  • Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield

  • Anthem Medicare (COPC Senior Care Advantage Participant)

  • BCMH

  • Buckeye Community Health Plan

  • Caresource Marketplace

  • Caresource Medicaid

  • Cigna

  • Coventry-First Health

  • HealthSmart

  • Humana Commercial

  • Humana Medicare (COPC Senior Care Advantage Participant)

  • Medicaid

  • Medical Mutual of Ohio (MMO)

  • Medical Mutual OhioHealth HMO

  • Medicare

  • MediGold (COPC Senior Care Advantage Participant)

  • MediShare Plans

  • Meritain

  • Molina Medicaid - Established Patients Only

  • Mt.Carmel Health Partners Trinity Health Plan

  • Multiplan

  • Ohio Health Choice (OHCP)

  • OhioHealthy

  • OSCAR Buckeye Health

  • OSU Health Plans

  • Paramount Medicaid

  • Partners 4 Kids

  • PHCS

  • PPO Connect

  • Railroad Medicare

  • Tricare Prime Remote-PCP/SCP Network Plan

  • Tricare Standard

  • Trinity Health Plan - Aetna Administered

  • UMWA

  • UnitedHealthcare

  • Workers Comp-Federal

  • Workers Comp-State

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Daniel Schroer, CNP

Scioto Family Physicians

“ My mission is to work alongside patients to empower them and help them achieve their greatest potential for physical and emotional well-being. ”

Gender

Male

Specialty

Family Medicine

Board Certification

Ohio Board of Nursing

University

The Ohio State University School of Nursing

Languages Spoken

English

Accepting New Patients

No