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- Portland State University, Bachelors in Micro and Molecular Biology
- Oregon Health and Science University, Doctor of Medicine
- University of Buffalo, Emergency Medicine
Dr. Lindroos has been a practicing physician since 2013. He became a physician out of a desire to heal those in need and to be a contributing partner in his community. He’s an advocate for education, and has taught Emergency Medicine on an international level, most recently pre-COVID-19 at a national symposium in Vietnam. He considers himself lucky to have found a home in Emergency Medicine and is honored to be able to help people at some of their darkest moments.
“There is a level of trust patients need to have in their Emergency Department and the providers who work there. It’s important to me to earn that trust and provide the right care when it’s needed.”
Dr. Lindroos lives in Mendon with his family and their rescue dog. He is looking forward to exploring Vermont and the wonderful outdoor opportunities here for fishing, snowshoeing, and skiing.
American Board of Emergency Medicine