Third Year Residents

Ade .LacmbouhLacmbouh Ade, MD

Medical school: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health - Madison, WI
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin Whitewater - Whitewater, WI

Lacmbouh Ade grew up in Cameroon (West Africa), and came to the United States at age 21. He moved to Wisconsin, where he attended the University of Wisconsin Whitewater for college. After graduating from college, he decided to stay in Wisconsin for medical school at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Even from a very young age, Lacmbouh Ade was very interested in family medicine. This interest is mainly due to the fact that family physicians practice preventative medicine and take on a holistic approach to patient care, as they try to improve the health of their communities. Outside of medicine, Lacmbouh Ade, enjoys biking, playing soccer, and listening to music. He also enjoys getting to meet people and learning about their stories/backgrounds. I am guessing some of you reading this might ask why he decided to come to Appleton for residency. The answer to that question was very simple for him, “It is all about the people”. When he came for interviews, he really liked the people and knowing that Fox Valley Family medicine residency was a strong program was all he needed to make his decision.


Deeter .Nick Nicholas Deeter, DO

Medical school: Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine - Kirksville, MO
Undergraduate: University of Utah - Salt Lake City, UT

Nicholas (Nick) grew up in the shadows of the Book Cliffs in the small town of Helper, UT. He graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in Exercise Physiology. During that time he was involved with the SOARE program, which works with disadvantaged children in local schools to help provide a path toward a college education. He also conducted research on diabetes and vascular health. Following graduation, Nick worked as a dialysis technician for the University of Utah Dialysis Program. He attended the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine where he met his wonderful wife.

Nick was initially attracted to the Fox Valley Family Medicine Residency by its rural focus and full-scope curriculum. Following his visit to the area, he fell in love with the friendly people, the charm of Appleton, and the ample outdoor activities available in the area.

As a young child, Nick loved watching the Green Bay Packers on TV, and hoped to play for them someday. Though his aspirations to play professional football are no more, he is very excited to be moving to Wisconsin. In his spare time he enjoys fishing (especially fly fishing), hiking, mountain biking, traveling, and spending time his family.


Katharine Greenfield MD

Katharine Greenfield, MD

Medical school: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health - Madison, WI
Undergraduate: University of Nevada - Reno, NV

Katharine brings a broad range of life experiences to the program, her practice, and her patients. She was raised in the SE Alaska island community of Petersburg, where she grew up commercial fishing with her father. She later moved to Northern Nevada where she worked as a heavy equipment operator and grade setter for earthmoving construction. Eventually that work translated into her becoming a land survey party chief before deciding to return to school to pursue a career in medicine. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Nevada Reno in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology before moving to Wisconsin with her two children to attend UW School of Medicine and Public Health. She immediately fell in love with the people and the beauty of this state and has decided to stay here in Wisconsin for residency and practice. She plans to practice full-spectrum family medicine with obstetrics in a rural community. Katharine chose the Fox Valley program for its ideal location combined with their dedicated faculty, breadth of procedural training, and robust obstetrical experiences. In her free time she enjoys rowing, reading, kayaking, and spending time with her two children. On Wisconsin!


Amanda Kossak MD

Amanda Kossak, MD

Medical school: Ross University of Medicine - Dominica, West Indies
Graduate: Midwestern University - Chicago, IL
Undergraduate: University of Minnesota-Duluth, Duluth, MN

Amanda grew up in Superior, Wisconsin, along the lovely Lake Superior shore. She completed her undergraduate studies at University of Minnesota-Duluth located in Duluth, MN as well as a masters degree at Midwestern University in Downers Grove, IL. While completing her degree in Biology, Amanda spent time volunteering at several local hospitals and nursing facilities and as a first responder with the local fire department. Besides volunteering, she enjoyed working as gymnastics coach for many years.

After graduating, Amanda made the transition to Ross University to complete her medical training where she had the pleasure of enjoying life on the Caribbean island of Dominica for a time. During medical school, she spent time working with the campus EMS team and participating in several clubs.

She chose to come to Mosaic Family Medicine because she felt very welcomed by all those she interacted with. She also felt that her training and quality of life would be top notch in the Fox River Valley.

Amanda enjoys walking her dog, traveling, arts and crafts, motorsports, spending time outside, being with family, and attending baseball, hockey, and football games.


Leah Krueger

Leah Krueger, MD

Medical school: University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health - Madison, WI
Undergraduate: University of Wisconsin Madison - Madison, WI

Leah grew up in Merrill, WI which is just north of Wausau. She completed her undergraduate studies in Biology and Psychology at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. She was a member of the Club Softball team and also spent time as a volunteer for Agrace Hospice Care. After graduating, Leah spent a year as a Certified Nursing Assistant doing home health care in the Madison area. She returned to the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health for her medical education where she was part of the Wisconsin Academy for Rural Medicine (WARM). Through this program, she spent her clinical years in the Marshfield, WI area. In her spare time, Leah enjoys outdoor activities, cooking, camping, softball, volleyball, country music, travel adventures, and watching the Packers, Brewers, and Badgers.




Teresa Meyer, DO

Teresa Meyer, DO

Medical school: Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine - Kirksville, MO
Undergraduate: The College of St. Scholastica - Duluth, MN

Teresa grew up in rural, southern Minnesota in the small town of Arlington. She completed her undergraduate degree at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota. During her time there, she became active in the local community and spent time working with underprivileged children at after school programs. From there, she moved to Kirksville, Missouri where she studied biomedical science and graduated with a Masters degree. Her thesis focused on the role of antidepressants in the brain development of children and adolescents. She continued her community involvement and started a school supplies drive for a local elementary school in rural Missouri. She went on to attend A. T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. During medical school she met her wonderful husband, Dr. Nick Deeter.

Teresa was attracted to the Fox Valley Family Medicine Residency due to its focus on full-scope family medicine. She also found the residents and faculty to be friendly and welcoming. She enjoyed the local charm and amenities that Appleton and the surrounding area had to offer.

In her free time, Teresa enjoys spending time with her family. She also loves spoiling her niece, hiking, biking, and crocheting.