- Year began practicing:
- Year joined staff:
- Year began practicing in specialty:
- Castleton State College, Bachelors in Athletic Training
- Bay Path University, MS, Physician Assistant Studies
Tarryn Schneider, PA-C, attended Castleton State College where she earned her Athletic Training degree and worked for three years at Vermont Orthopaedic Clinic. Her experiences with the physicians and providers there encouraged her to go back to school for her Physician Assistant degree. In 2018, she graduated from Bay Path University in Massachusetts and began working as a Physician Assistant. A Vermont native, Tarryn is thrilled to be back in the Rutland area and working at the Vermont Orthopaedic Clinic again.
“I very much enjoy the continuity of care that happens in an orthopedic setting. Seeing patients when they first come in with an injury or chronic condition through treatment, possibly surgery, and into recovery is rewarding.”
Tarryn lives locally with her husband, two children and their two dogs. Her family enjoys hiking and boating, as well as spending time with extended family in the area. Tarryn is looking forward to rediscovering the recreational opportunities of Vermont.
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants