Dr. Schadé Stanton completed her basic and specialist medical training at the University of the West Indies, Jamaica. While her main interest is internal medicine, she has also completed local and overseas electives in cardiothoracic surgery, cardiology, endocrinology, and infectious diseases. Her interest in infectious diseases led to a special rotation at the acclaimed Ochsner Center in New Orleans, USA and special sepsis research in Kingston, Jamaica.
She is currently an Internal Medicine specialist at the Cayman Islands Health Services Authority (CIHSA), since 2021. In this role she evaluates and treats adults with complicated medical conditions. These conditions include, but is not limited to diabetes, hypertension, obesity, infectious diseases, liver disease and kidney disease.
Dr. Stanton also serves as the chairperson of the Drugs & Therapeutics Committee of the CIHSA. This committee oversees the medications that are offered within the organization and provides multidisciplinary support for medication related issues throughout the CIHSA.
Dr. Stanton is known by her colleagues to be a good, organized clinician with a creative mind. Her patients enjoy her pleasant demeanor and commitment to follow through. She delights in diagnostic challenges and looks out for opportunities to educate and empower her patients.
She is involved in volunteer projects with her community and local church and is available for her favorite things which include making music, reading, and taking long walks.