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Dr. Wafic ElMasri, a gynecologic oncologist, has been hired by Community Physician Network, a division of Indianapolis-based hospital system Community Health Network. ElMasri, a native of Beirut, Lebanon, did his medical training at the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine. He previously held jobs as a professor in the OB/GYN department at Texas Tech University and as a research fellow at the National Cancer Institute. His office is in Castleton.

Dr. Peter Schilt, an ear, nose and throat specialist, also was hired by Community Physician Network. Schilt, a native of Carmel, did his medical training at the Indiana University School of Medicine. His office is in Noblesville.

Fort Wayne-based NoMoreClipboard hired Tom Penno as vice president of channel management, overseeing relationships with the company’s sales and distribution partners. NoMoreClipboard offers Web-based personal health record systems to patients and employers. Penno was most recently chief operating officer at the Indianapolis-based Indiana Health Information Exchange.

Dr. Timothy Shoemaker, an endocrinologist, has established a practice with Franciscan Physician Network Diabetes & Endocrinology Specialists in Indianapolis, which is part of the Franciscan St. Francis Health hospital system. Shoemaker earned his medical degree at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Christine Liedtke, a psychologist, has joined the Carmel office of Aspire Indiana, which provides therapy, recovery and employment services to people with mental health disorders or addictions. She specializes in treating children and families. Liedtke graduated in 2009 from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Washington, D.C.
 

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