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Renee Walter, FNP-C

Renee Walter, FNP-C,

Family Medicine

Primary Care

Renee Walter FNP-C practices evidence-based medicine that incorporates the entire family unit as a part of the patient’s care. An illness does not occur in isolation, so the journey to wellness should not be taken alone either. As a partner in your healthcare, Renee will guide you and your family through holistic therapeutic interventions, including medication, lifestyle changes, and dietary alterations in order to achieve optimal wellness. Her experience includes inflammation and chronic illness, as well as, ADHD and Anxiety/Depression, especially in the childhood/adolescent population.

Renee completed her undergraduate nursing degree and her Master’s Degree in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner at DeSales University in Pennsylvania. She has 20 years of experience as a Registered Nurse prior to becoming a Nurse Practitioner. She has worked with patients across the lifespan with clinical experiences in neonatal intensive care, pediatric inpatient care, adult inpatient cardiac care, kidney patients and adult intensive care. Renee is a Board-Certified Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C) through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). She has just recently relocated to South Carolina with her husband and four children. She looks forward to enjoying the warm weather and southern charm with her family in her free time.

Undergraduate School

  • DeSales University

Graduate School

  • DeSales University

Medical Education





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