Fremont Family Medicine & Primary Care

Cameron Family Medicine & Primary Care for the Fremont Community
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(260) 667-5685



401 South Broad Street
Fremont, IN 46737


M 8:00AM – 8:00PM
Tu-Fr 8:00AM – 4:30PM 

Directions to Cameron Family Medicine

Directions From E 200 N
  1. From E 200 N, turn right onto N 475 E
  2. Turn left onto E 275 N
  3. E 275 N turns slightly right and becomes N 450 E
  4. N 450 E turns slightly left and becomes N 375 E/E Peachy Rd
  5. Turn left onto E Swager Dr
  6. Turn right onto S Wayne St
  7. Turn left onto Broad St, our offices will be on the left
Directions From I-69 S
  1. Head south on I-69 S
  2. Take exit 356 for I-80/I-90/Toll Rd toward Chicago/Toledo
  3. Keep left at the fork to continue toward Old U.S. 27 S
  4. Keep right, follow signs for IN-120/Fremont/Orland
  5. Turn left onto Old U.S. 27 S
  6. Turn left onto IN-120 E
  7. Turn right onto Broad St, our offices will be on the right

About Cameron Family Medicine in Fremont

Cameron Family Medicine is a family medical practice in Fremont, Indiana providing personalized, ongoing care to kids, teenagers, adults and the elderly. Cameron Family Medicine treats entire families and individuals, while offering patients convenient and personalized care close to home. From wellness visits to acute care, you can trust the providers at our Fremont primary care location to treat the whole family.

Meet our Fremont Doctors

Dr. Lynn Faur, M.D.

Dr. Lynn Faur is a board-certified physician who has been practicing for more than 20 years. Dr. Faur holds degrees from Franklin College, Tulane University and Indiana University. She received her medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed her residency at the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program. She sees patients at our Fremont office.

Chrishawna Schieber, FNP-BC

Chrishawna Schieber, FNP-BC, is a board-certified family nurse practitioner. She began working at Cameron as a medical assistant in 2005. She completed her Masters in Nursing at Indiana University, and transitioned into nursing at Cameron, where she worked in urgent care, medical/surgery and in the emergency room.

Anne Reitz, WHNPC, is an experienced nurse practitioner working in conjunction with Dr. Tom Miller

Dr. Christopher J. Gasaway

Dr. Christopher J. Gasaway is a double board-certified family and sports medicine physician. Dr. Gasaway completed his medical degree from Kansas City University and received his family medicine residency through Reid Health and a sports medicine fellowship through Community Health Network in Indianapolis. Gasaway, a Fremont High School graduate, is excited to provide care in his hometown. Outside of seeing patients, Dr. Gasaway enjoys spending time with his wife and children, staying active, and traveling.

Services Our Freemont Doctors Provide

  • Acute Visits for Illness
  • Medicare Wellness Exams
  • Well Child Checks
  • Chronic Illness Management (Hypertension, Diabetes II, Etc.)
  • Sports Physicals
  • Some ADHD Management
  • Adult Physicals
  • Female Gynecological Exams
  • Minor Procedures Such as Mole Removal, Freezing Warts, Ear Lavages
  • Specialist Referrals
  • Nurse Visits for Weight Checks, Blood Pressure Checks, UTI Rechecks, Suture Removal
  • Influenza Vaccine Administration
  • Other Vaccine Administrations as Prescribed by the Provider
  • Testosterone Injections, B12 Injections, Birth Control Injections
  • POCTs: Urine Pregnancy, Urinalysis, COVID, Influenza, Strep, A1c, Glucose

Recent Family Medicine Blogs

Protection from Respiratory Viruses This Holiday Season

As we gather with families and friends to prepare for the holidays, we are also keeping an eye out for signs of illness that can put a damper on festivities. Cameron Family Medicine’s Jessica Ottenweller-Butcher, M.D., and Cameron Pediatrics’ Josiah Reish, CPNP, sat...

Well-Child Visits: Everything Parents Need to Know

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