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Dr. Zeba Madni, a psychiatrist, has joined Wishard Health Services. She received her medical degree in India and completed her residency in general psychiatry at Indiana University.

Dr. George Sheng, a vascular surgeon, has joined the CorVasc surgical practice, which is part of the St. Vincent Medical Group in Indianapolis. Sheng earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from Trinity University. He received his medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, Tenn.

Adam Horst, director the Office of Management and Budget under outgoing Gov. Mitch Daniels, will become vice president and controller at Indiana University Health. Horst will work under IU Health CFO Ryan Kitchell, who also was Horst’s boss for time in the Daniels administration. Horst holds a master’s degree in political science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a bachelor’s degree in government and psychology from Dartmouth College.
 

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