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Dr. Larry Micon, a general surgeon, has joined St. Vincent Medical Center Northeast in Fishers. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology from Indiana University in Bloomington and completed his medical degree at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. Prior to joining St. Vincent, Micon served as director of surgical education at IU Health Methodist Hospital.

Community Physician Network has hired Dr. Josephine Bongiovanni, an internal medicine physician. She earned her medical degree at the University of Bologna Medical School in Italy. Her office is in Noblesville.

Dr. Thomas Howard, a specialist in liver, pancreas and gallbladder diseases, has joined Community Physician Network in Indianapolis. He earned his medical degree at the University of Oklahoma. He has been a professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine and a physician at the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center.

Community Physician Network has Dr. Carl Pafford, a family medicine physician, in Fishers. He received his bachelor’s degree at Purdue University and completed his medical education at Indiana University School of Medicine. Pafford previously practiced family and emergency medicine in Tipton.

Dr. Matthew Rendel, a neurosurgeon, has joined Community Physician Network. He holds a medical degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine. Rendel provides care at Community Hospital South and Johnson Memorial Hospital in Franklin.

Community Physician Network has added Dr. Xian-Feng Zhu, an internal medicine physician, in Indianapolis. He completed his medical degree at Zhejiang Medical University in China. Before coming to Community, he practiced for seven years as a general internist in Marshalltown, Iowa.
 

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