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Carrie Schadewitz

Position: Clinic Administrator
Appointing Authority: Arlington Family Healthcare
Mailing Address:
PO Box 314 Arlingotn, Oregon 97812
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Carrie joined North Gilliam County Health District as Arlington Family Healthcare’s Clinic Administrator in May of 2022. She brings several years of experience in the Healthcare arena to Gilliam County. Most of her work career has been in operation management and administration.  She has managed several clinics in an array of Specialty Practices, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine and as Executive Director of a Cancer Foundation in Yamhill County.

Carrie has always enjoyed working with people and building teams. “I really appreciate the integrity and passion of the staff here at Arlington Family Healthcare Clinic.  I am very impressed with their commitment to each patient and their wellbeing. Primary care is an important service to have available in a rural area. “It is reassuring to be a part of such an important service.” We take pride in having the opportunity to offer primary health care in a smaller community.

She has always enjoyed helping others and has a tremendous amount of respect and admiration for seniors. “They have lived full lives and have experienced so much. They have abundant stories to share accompanied by so much wisdom. “

Carrie Is a native Oregonian who grew up out in the country on a small family farm located on the Siletz River. She moved to the Dalles in the mid 80’s where she raised her family. In 2006 Carrie and her husband Rick moved to McMinnville Oregon. After Carrie’s husband retired, they decided to relocate and move back to the Columbia River. Seeking a slower paced life, they built a home in Arlington.  “It is nice to be back by the river and living in a small community again.”

When Carrie is not at work you will most likely see her working in her garden, fishing or spending time with her family and children.