Greg Schaller, PA-C

New to Benefis

Specialty

    Behavioral Health

Clinical Interests

    Psychiatry
    Addiction Medicine

Phone: (406) 455-2368


Introduction

Greg Schaller is a master level physician assistant specializing in psychiatry. Prior to his medical education and training, he earned a Master of Clinical Psychology and practiced Rolfing.

His dynamic background also includes providing psychiatric and medical care within the prison system, covering prison clinics in Texas, South Carolina, and Washington. These experiences honed Greg’s ability to read people accurately and quickly – even when they’re experiencing a crisis or emergency.

Getting a sense of the actual problem is critical, so Greg takes time to better evaluate his patients and find the most accurate diagnosis and precise care plan. Led by diligence and belief in positive change, Greg empowers his patients to keep going. He says, “You can do it – you can get beyond being a victim and say, ‘I have a history, but I can transcend that history’.”

Having grown up in Minnesota, Greg now feels right at home in Montana. He enjoys the outdoors, particularly camping, hiking, backpacking, gardening, and chicken and rabbit farming.


Education

Medical School

PA, Eastern Virginia Medical School Masters of Physician Assistant Program, Norfolk, Virginia

Graduate School

New College of California, San Francisco, California


Locations

Benefis West Campus
Benefis West Campus
500 15th Avenue South, 3rd Floor
Great Falls, MT 59405
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Medical Degree

  • PA, Eastern Virginia Medical School Masters of Physician Assistant Program, Norfolk, Virginia