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OSI Adds 2 New Providers to Elite Group of Orthopedic Specialists

OSI recently added two new providers to its group of advanced practice clinicians. 

Chad Walters and Jeffrey Fillmore are supporting the organization’s continued growth in expanded markets around the greater Northeast Wisconsin area. Walters is working with Dr. Kevin Campbell at OSI’s Appleton and De Pere locations, and Fillmore is assisting Drs. David Eggert, Peter Eggert, Gearin Green, and Timothy Mologne at OSI’s Oshkosh clinic. 

“Our continued growth and expansion means we’re able to bring top orthopedic care to patients across the region,” said Curt Kubiak, CEO. “Chad and Jeffrey are here to join the rest of our group in providing elite, patient-centered care, and we welcome them to the team.”   

Walters, an Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber, earned his master’s degree at Chicago’s DePaul University and his nurse practitioner certification at Concordia University in Mequon. He places an emphasis on listening to his patients and believes that effective education and health promotion are vital tools in the prevention of injury and illness. During college, his sense of adventure and desire to care for others led Walters to study abroad in Australia and New Zealand before heading to Brazil and Thailand for mission work and tsunami relief efforts.

Fillmore, the Oshkosh location’s Community Outreach Nurse Practitioner, earned his BSN from Trinity College of Nursing and Health Sciences in Illinois and his doctor of nursing practice degree at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. He is actively involved in evaluating, diagnosing, and treating acute and chronic orthopedic conditions both independently and in collaboration with the physicians at OSI Oshkosh. Prior to joining the OSI team, Fillmore spent his time as an inpatient hospital RN, most recently working in patient care through the COVID-19 pandemic.