Lindsay Neff is a certified orthopedic nurse practitioner at Goshen Physicians Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. Before joining the team, Lindsay spent several years as a nurse who focused primarily on orthopedic and spinal care, in addition to treating other surgical and general medical patients. As a registered nurse at Goshen Hospital, she served six months on a committee assembled to assess and, ultimately, redevelop the nursing model for the hospital.
Lindsay earned her Master’s of Science in Nursing from Ball State University in Muncie, IN. In 2009, she received a Patient Choice Award at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, IN, in recognition of her outstanding dedication to patient care. Since then, she has been selected to join the Honor Society at Ball State University, as well as Phi Kappa Phi, one of the nation’s premier honor societies for academic excellence.
Philosophy of Care
Lindsay cares for her patients as if they were her own family. Her goal is to provide the same quality of care she would provide her own family if they were her patients. She is passionate about orthopedics because of the variety of things she sees on a daily basis. She recognizes the unique needs of each patient, taking the time to listen to their needs and wants so she can provide the best care.
Lindsay enjoys treating all aspects of orthopedics and sports medicine including osteoarthritis, acute and chronic injuries or problems, joint replacements and working with surgeons to coordinate and assist with care. She helped create the Total Joint Replacement Seminar for patients at Goshen Health and continues to teach the seminar. She also enjoys one-on-one patient education. She loves sports medicine and has worked with high school athletes in the training room. She hopes to devote her career to orthopedics.