Indiana University Health names 5 new leaders

Indianapolis-based Indiana University Health made five leadership appointments.

Mary Drewes was named to associate chief nursing executive for the health system. She was previously chief nursing officer for IU Health White Memorial Hospital in Monticello, Ind. She holds an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion.

IU Health also appointed Joe Meyer senior vice president of system operations. He is currently the health system's vice president of system laboratory services and will continue in that role until his successor is found.

Lee McHenry, MD, was appointed vice president of patient and provider access for IU Health Physicians, the health system's medical group. He is a gastroenterologist and a professor of medicine at Indianapolis-based IU School of Medicine, and he will continue his gastroenterology and endoscopy practice.

Jennifer Hartwell, MD, was named the first chief wellness officer for IU Health Physicians. She also will continue to practice as a surgeon and serve in her current role as an associate dean at IU School of Medicine.

Emily Jerman-Brown was to serve as vice president for human resources for IU Health Physicians. She was previously vice president of human resources for IU Health System's clinical services.

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