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About Cameron Family Medicine

Cameron’s Family Medicine physicians are board-certified and able to provide ongoing, personalized care to children, adolescents, adults and seniors. We treat individuals and entire families, taking the time to truly get to know our patients in order to provide a lifetime of care that is backed by the full resources of Cameron Memorial Community Hospital.

In addition to in-office visits at our Angola and Fremont locations, Cameron Family Medicine also offers telehealth visits for our primary care patients. Virtual visits are a popular choice for patients who may not have the time or ability to travel to our offices, or for individuals who simply wish to speak with their healthcare provider from the comfort of their own homes.

Our Family Medicine Office Locations

Cameron Family Medicine – West Maumee


1500 West Maumee Street
Angola, IN 46703


(260) 665-8494


M-Th 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Fr 8:00AM – 12:00PM

Cameron Family Medicine – Fremont


401 South Broad Street
Fremont, IN 46737


(260) 667-5685


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

Cameron Family Medicine – North


3250 Intertech Drive
Angola, IN 46703


(260) 665–2646


M-F 8:00AM – 5:00PM

Cameron Family Medicine – Main


306 East Maumee Street, Suite 303
Angola, IN 46703


(260) 667-5783


M-Th 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Fr 7:00AM – 3:30PM

What Is Family Medicine?

Our family medicine doctors in Angola and Fremont care for individuals of any age, from newborns to the elderly. The care we provide stems into several branches of medicine, such as:

Adult Medicine


Adolescent Medicine


Our family care physicians often provide care to our patients throughout their whole lives. We care for multiple family member generations simultaneously.

Family Medicine and Primary Care Services We Provide

Cameron Family Medicine offers a variety of services. From newborns to seniors, and all in between, we find it a rewarding experience to offer primary care services throughout our patient’s lifespan. We believe family medicine covers far more than providing you with healthcare. It’s relationship and trust building with you that drives us here at our Fremont family clinic and West Maumee location.

We are your central hub for testing, specialized care, and lab results. Our family health specialists here at Cameron Family Medicine also help you manage an ongoing condition, and if needed, refer you to surgeons, specialists, or hospitals.

The Importance of Finding the Right Physician for Your Family

Finding a family care physician means more than finding a healthcare provider. We strive to be your healthcare partner throughout your life to ensure you and your family meet your health goals now and throughout the future.

Below are just a few of the reasons that finding a primary care doctor is crucial to your long-term health:

○ Family physicians build a relationship with you. They get to know and record your family and personal medical history thoroughly when they treat you for years.

○ Family physicians provide high-quality healthcare by providing routine and preventative screenings, making accurate diagnoses, monitoring health changes, and watching for red flags to catch health issues early.

○ Family physicians help better manage chronic diseases.

○ Family physicians find the best fit when you need a specialist.

○ Family physicians can help you lower your healthcare costs through routine physicals, screenings, and immunizations.

○ Family physicians are a trusted health care advisor who can help you navigate the healthcare system.

○ Family physicians treat the whole person.

Questions You Should Ask Your Family Doctor

Q: Is family medicine the same as primary care?

A: While there is some overlap, the main difference between the two is that primary care typically does not care for children or adolescents, whereas family medicine providers treat children, adults, and seniors.

Q: What tests should I have done?

A: The types of tests you should have done is dependent on many factors, including any symptoms you’re currently experiencing, as well your family history.

Q: How important is my family health history?

A: Your family health history is essential. It can help your doctor determine what symptoms to watch out for, and can also help your provider develop a health plan for you based on your certain risk factors.

Q: Does my child need medication for this?

A: It’s important to ask about the importance of certain antibiotics or medications, as many different diseases will correct themselves on their own without any medicine.

Q: How important is sleep for my health?

A: Sleep is critical for your overall health. Not only is good sleep essential for your health, but any lack of sleep or trouble sleeping should be discussed with your doctor.

Q: Can my mental health affect my physical health?

A: Absolutely. Taking care of your mental health can improve your physical health. On top of that, ignoring your mental health can adversely affect your physical health.

Meet Our Angola Doctors and Providers

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.

She is currently seeing patients at our Fremont family medicine location.

Chrishawna Schieber, FNP-BC

Chrishawna Schieber, NP, 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.

She is currently seeing patients at our Fremont family medicine location.

Brandy German, NP

Brandy German, NP, is a certified nurse practitioner focused on family medicine. She received both her bachelor’s in nursing and master’s in nursing (as a family nurse practitioner degrees) from Indiana Wesleyan University. She is also certified in Family Medicine by the Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

She is currently seeing patients at our Angola family medicine location.

Dr. Tom Miller

Dr. Tom Miller is a board-certified family medicine specialist with a dedicated following of loyal patients. He completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan and his graduate degree at the Indiana School of Medicine. He is dedicated to the community where he’s worked as a physician for 30 years, and to Cameron Hospital, serving on the Board of Directors. Dr. Miller’s office is located west of the hospital near Zollner Golf Course and Trine University.

He is currently seeing patients at our Angola family medicine location.

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

Anne Reitz, WHNPC

Anne Reitz, WHNPC, is an experienced nurse practitioner working in conjunction with Dr. Tom Miller. Certified since 1974, she received her undergraduate degree in nursing from DePauw University in Indiana and her Master of Arts from Webster University in Missouri.

She is currently seeing patients at our Angola family medicine location.

Dr. Dean Mattox

Dr. Dean Mattox ll, MD

Dean Mattox ll, MD, is an experienced, board-certified family medicine physician. Prior to joining Cameron Dr. Mattox operated a family medicine office in Angola for over 20 years, earning the reputation for providing outstanding care. Dr. Mattox received his undergraduate degree at Indiana University and his medical degree from American University Caribbean. He completed his residency training in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Dr. Mattox was the past president of the Steuben County Board of Health. When not seeing patients, you can find Dr. Mattox enjoying water sports, snow skiing, racquetball, boxing, golf, and traveling with his son Colton and daughter Teagan.

Dr. Mattox currently sees patients at Cameron Family Medicine North.

Audra Lehman

Audra Lehman, MSN, FNP-C

Audra Lehman, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, is a board-certified nurse practitioner focused on family medicine. Audra has worked alongside Dr. Mattox since 2005 starting as an LPN, and then transitioned to an RN. After graduating with her Masters in Nursing from Indiana Wesleyan in 2014, Audra began seeing patients as a nurse practitioner alongside Dr. Mattox. When Audra is not seeing patients, she enjoys traveling with her husband Scott, she is watching her children in various sports, as well as being active with her church. She is drawn to healthcare to honor the memory of her sister Laura, by helping others.

Audra currently sees patients at Cameron Family Medicine North.

Jessica Ottenweller-Butcher, M.D.

Jessica Ottenweller-Butcher, M.D.

Jessica Ottenweller-Butcher, M.D., is a board-certified family practice physician dedicated to providing top-quality healthcare to the community. She completed her undergraduate degree at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne and her graduate degree at the Indiana University School of Medicine. During her residency in family medicine at the Fort Wayne Medical Education Program, Dr. Ottenweller-Butcher realized a passion for improving the lives of her patients. She is a member of the American Board of Family Medicine, Fort Wayne Medical Society, and American Academy of Family Physicians and is a volunteer clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the IU School of Medicine.

Dr. Ottenweller-Butcher currently sees patients at our Cameron Main location.

Jessica Baker

Jessica Baker, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, FNP-C

Jessica Baker, MSN, APRN, FNP-BC, FNP-C, is a board-certified nurse practitioner. Jessica obtained STNA and LPN certificates from Owens Community College, an Associate of Science in Nursing from Excelsior, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Western Governors University and a Master of Science in Nursing from Walden University. Jessica has more than 13 years of experience working for healthcare organizations in the Angola and northeast Indiana community, and she is passionate about making a positive difference in patients’ lives by influencing their health and well-being. Outside of work, Jessica enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.

Jessica currently sees patients at Cameron Family Medicine – North.

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.

Dr. Gasaway currently sees patients at Cameron Family Medicine Fremont.

Our Cameron Family Medicine doctors partner with you and work closely with you to keep you focused on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We’ll obtain your personal and medical history and build a relationship with you so we can work actively to help you prevent disease and prolong good health.

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