Dr. Homer is Residency Trained and Board Certified in Emergency Medicine. He has over 20 years experience working in a
Level 1 Trauma Center.
He is now enjoying his practice in the Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital RediCare Clinic. He is an admitted sci-fi nerd who enjoys running, fishing, Christmas, & dogs.
Tracey Marino started her career in 1987 as a respiratory therapist at the University of Michigan Hospital. She then moved to Northern Michigan in the 1990’s and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and Economics from LSSU in Sault Ste. Marie, MI. She spent several years in hospital management before returning to nursing school. As a nurse she worked in mental health and the emergency room. Tracey obtained her Master degree in Nurse Practitioner from St. Joseph’s College in Standish Maine. She has several years of experience in family practice, urgent care, and emergency medicine. Her special interests include infectious disease, wilderness/ emergency medicine, and asthma/COPD teaching and management.
Tracey Marino is a native of Grand Rapids, MI and has lived in the UP for 12 years. She enjoys all of the outdoor recreational activities available here. Her husband and their three dogs, enjoy hunting, fishing ad skiing together. She also enjoy cooking and playing the guitar and piano.
Tracey Marino will be seeing patients in the RediCare clinic.
Carol received her BSN from the University of Michigan-Flint in 1997 and went on to obtain her MSN from Saginaw Valley State University in 2007. She has provided care to patients requiring interventional pain management, family practice and walk-in clinic services. She is especially interested in providing care to under served populations.
Carol and her husband have recently moved to the Manistique area and are looking forward to exploring the Upper Peninsula. In her free time, she loves to read, learn, and try her best at drawing.