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Courtney E. Glos, MD

Doctor Glos

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Primary Location
Schneck Pediatrics 225 South Pine Street
Jackson Medical Building, 2nd Floor
Seymour, IN 47274
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Dr. Courtney Glos specializes in the care of children and is board certified in Pediatrics. She joined Schneck Pediatrics and the medical staff at Schneck Medical Center in 2019.


Residency - Pediatrics

University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital—Iowa City, Iowa

Resident/Fellow of the Year

University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine

Medical School:

Indiana University School of Medicine


Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

Indiana University - Purdue University, Indianapolis, Indiana

Get to Know Dr. Glos!

Dr. Courtney Glos makes going to the doctor fun for your child. She loves watching your child grow and develop and has the experience and expertise you need when issues arise. Watch this short video to learn more about Dr. Glos and check out her Q&A session below.

Dr. Glos is amazing. We've only been with the office a few days but she has put us first & we can tell she cares about our newborn. I can't say enough good things about our first experience & feel like we made the right choice picking Dr. Glos. She came highly recommended from our family and friends & they didn't disappoint. We look forward to working with her on the health and care for our son.

~ William's family, patient at Schneck Pediatrics

I grew up in Portage, Indiana. In high school, I was a member of the National Honor Society and Latin Club and was a Science Olympiad. I also played softball and volunteered with the special education department. In college, I continued my volunteer work with the Indianapolis Children's Museum. I also did research in synthetic organic chemistry and taught the laboratory section of organic chemistry.

My husband Andy is a geography lecturer at Indiana University. Our daughter Wendy is a professional “threenager” and part time puddle jumper!

I like to read and participate in book clubs. I also enjoy working out and fitness activities and, of course, jumping in puddles with Wendy!

I would love to travel to Scotland!

I actually went to medical school to be a forensic pathologist, which I decided to do when I was in high school. I knew pediatrics was the profession for me during my clerkship days. The pediatric clerkship days gave me so much energy and I often woke up prior to my alarm because I was so excited for the day!

In my personal life, the birth of my daughter at the beginning of my intern year. In my professional life, being honored as the Resident/Fellow of the Year by the medical students at University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine. This is a campus-wide award across all residency and fellowship programs.

My most memorable patient is the one who nominated me for my Red Shoe Award while I was finishing medical school at Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis. I learned so much about patient advocacy and communication. By bringing to light the aspects of medicine I valued most, this patient taught me that primary care is my passion.

I love getting to know my families and watching my patients grow up.

When I talked to the Schneck physician recruiter on the telephone, I immediately felt like I was talking to an old friend (even though we didn't know each other). I had the same feeling of a work family when I met everyone in person. The proximity to my husband's job, with the small community feel I was looking for in a practice, just made Schneck an easy choice for our family.

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