August 6, 2012
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The Stratford retirement community has hired Margaret Clark as health care administrator. She will oversee the community’s assisted-living, memory-care and skilled-nursing neighborhoods, which it calls The Retreat. Clark most recently served as administrator at Hickory Creek at Rochester, a nursing home in Rochester, Ind.

Dr. Kevin Helms, an internist, has been hired by The Stratford retirement community as its medical director. He is part of Indianapolis-based Advanced Healthcare Associates, a group of health care providers that serves nursing home patients. Helms did his medical training at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Lynn Driver, CEO of the Indiana Organ Procurement Organization, will retire at the end of September. Driver has led the organization since its founding in 1987, and overseen its growth to 115 employees in three locations around Indiana. She will be replaced by Kellie Hanner, who is currently the organization's chief operating officer.


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