Elizabeth “Biz” Fouch, FNP-C

Elizabeth “Biz” Fouch

Supervising Physicians



Monday - Friday: 8am - 5pm


Elizabeth 'Biz' earned her BSN from Mt. Mary College in Milwaukee, WI in 2005. From there, she started her career as an operating room nurse, working as both a staff and travel nurse over the next ten years. She then completed her Master's/FNP program through Purdue University in 2018. Her past experiences include home care and addiction med therapy.

With her background in surgery, Biz strives to personalize each patient's surgical experience through education and planning in the pre-, intra-, and post- operative phases. Elizabeth is originally from Wisconsin, but moved to Indiana in 2014. She lives on a small hobby farm with her family, horses, chickens, cats and a dog.

More About Elizabeth “Biz”

When did you know you were going to be a healthcare provider? (or why did you select a career in healthcare?)
I have several nurses in my family, but growing up with horses, I wanted to be a veterinarian since I was little. It wasn’t until my sophomore year in college that I decided I liked the medical aspect of both animal husbandry and human care, but there were more opportunities with people, so I changed to nursing.
What inspires you about your work?
The people! I have thoroughly enjoyed engaging with my patients and helping them understand what they are going through. I feel we, as providers, can sometimes take our experiences for granted and forget that most of our patients have never experienced what they are going through before, and it’s scary.
How would you describe your approach to patient care?
Open. I am willing to do what it takes to help our patients through their process of healing. If it is finding out information or helping make a referral, I am happy to help.

For Fun

Clinton, WI

Favorite place in the world

Favorite vacation

Something interesting/unique about you
I’m an equestrian, certified scuba diver and was a Mayflower descendant debutant

What are your hobbies?
Horses! I have owned and shown American Quarter Horses all my life.

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Chicken pot pie


Bachelor of Science Nursing
Mt. Mary College Milwaukee, WI

Master of Science Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner
Purdue University