Chris Schremser joined Tallahassee Neurologic Clinic in 2018. In 1981, Chris began her career in the healthcare profession as a licensed practical nurse working with the neurological neurosurgical patient population. During that time, she transitioned to the neuro intensive care unit. While working in the neuro ICU, Chris received her Associate in Science degree in nursing from Tallahassee Community College in 1987 and then a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Florida State University in 1989.
Chris has always found caring for neurological neurosurgical patients and their families to be extremely rewarding. She continued to work as an intensive care nurse in the neuro ICU for the next several years before pursuing an advanced degree in nursing. During that time, she obtained a specialty certification as a Critical Care Registered Nurse and Neuroscience Registered Nurse. She also served as the past president of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses and was a Trauma Nurse core course instructor for two years. In 2017, while working, she received a Master of Science in Nursing as an Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. She is licensed by the state of Florida as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse and certified as an Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner through the American Nurses Credentialing Center and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.
Chris works with all four neurosurgeons and plays a vital role in providing comprehensive stroke services to the patients in the surrounding areas. Her responsibilities include hospital rounds, consultations, evaluation and formulation of treatment plans of all stroke and neurosurgical patients. She provides teaching and counselling for patients and their families
Chris grew up in New Jersey and moved to the Florida panhandle as a teenager. She attended Apalachicola High School. She is married and has two daughters. She likes to be outdoors, participate in sporting events, and spend time with her family and friends.